Thai Silk Stamps

\"\"By Dr.Pradeep Jain

Thai silk stamps, with peacock emblems granted by Queen Sirikit as a quality guarantee for the silk, were released at the Oueen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok July 22, 2010. Produced in celebration of the Queen’s 78th birthday on August 12. Total 15,000 sets of stamps were hand made from about 6,000 yards (5,486 metres) of silk.The printed piece of silk was pasted on a fine quality thick paper.This same pattern was used to produce the Khadi Gandhi Stamps in India during INDIPEX-2011 in India.

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One Response to Thai Silk Stamps

  1. Aranya Dutta Choudhury says:

    world’s first silk stamps had been made in Poland way back in 1958

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