Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle, Singapore, Singapore. Humble family-run pottery business-Thow Kwang. Through our workshop, you will learn more about our years old big brother aka dragon kiln, the history about pottery industrials, how a.
In the 1970s, when Singapore’s domestic economy changed to favour the . This wonderful ‘dragon kiln’ is a timber fired brick kiln snaking up a hillside in Singapore, under threat from encroaching development and loss of Jungle. Just off Jalan Bahar you can find one of the last two dragon kilns in Singapore. Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle is the home to one that was built in 1965.
The dragon kiln is now used to support the works of artists, sculptors and potters in Singapore. Thow Kwang Industry, founded in 196 initially produced consumer potterywares like latex cups,water jars and flower pots. Presently, apart from producing a . An irreplaceable gem is the 70-year-old “dragon kiln” at Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle near Jurong. Katie Roberts spoke to two ceramic artists . You could spend hours perusing the overflowing shelves of brightly coloured ceramics (most imported from overseas) for sale in this pottery shop’s labyrinth of .