Child’s kitchen set; Northeastern Thailand Earthenware, generally 2″ tall by 2.5″ diameter, purchased new 1988.

The set includes a traditional charcoal burning stove, lidded rice cooking pot, storage jar, mortar with pestle, and a wok. These pots are miniature versions of the full-sized earthenware and stoneware vessels that are made in a long established pottery-making village near Khorat and distributed for use by households throughout northeast Thailand.

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