Busabok, a miniature of ceremonial throne for the king. It is served as a pillar to hold sacred object such as Buddha images or Tripitaka scriptures.
The Triple-spired Busabok Throne, another masterpiece created by the artisans of Queen Sirikit Institute, was inspired by the beautiful abode of Brahma featured on pediment of the Buddhai Sawan Throne Hall. It is a joint effort by artisans consisting of three main Thai traditional arts base on gold which are enamel on gold, gold inlayed on iron and wood carving decorated with gold.
Within the busabok throne are the emblems of the auspicious occasion of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great’s 7thcycle birthday anniversary, 5th December 2011, Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother’s 80th birthday anniversary, 12th August 2012, and His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua’s 5th cycle birthday anniversary, 28th July 2012.
Size : Width 79 cm Length 1.43 m Height 2.91 m
Number of Artisans : 197
Production Time : 1 year 7 months