a commemorative tray with Klai Kangwon Palace's emblem
Material : Wood
Source : Donated by Seub Bunyaratpan
A small commutative tray with an engraving of Klai Kangwon Palace’s emblem at its centre. The emblem consists of auspicious clouds, representing Queen Rambhai Barni as her name means sunlight shining through the cloud, and three arrows, representing His Majesty King Prajadhipok since the “Dej” in his given name “Prajadhipok Sakdidej” means an arrow. Above the emblem reads “Klai Kangwon Palace”, while at the bottom reads “1929”, the year the construction was completed. Klai Kangwon Palace was a summer residence in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan. Commissioned by the King and paid out of his pocket, the designing architect of the palace was His Serene Highness Prince Itthithepsan Kridakor.
There are six buildings on the premises: Phra Tamnak Piam Suk, Phra Tamnak Pruk Kasem, Phra Tamnak Oep Prem, Phra Tamnak Em Pridi, Phra Tamnak Noi, and Rueng Pavilion.