In Thai mythology, Kinnaris is afemale depicted as half-bird, half-woman creature. She has the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail and feet of a swan. Not only is she renowned for her dance, song and poetry, she is also a traditional symbol of feminine beauty, grace and accomplishment in Thailand.
According to Thai mythology, the 'Hong' is a bird of infinite grace. The head and neck of a Hong can be seen on the prow of the magnificent royal Thai barge, the Suphannahong. It is also an auspicious animal portending of miracles. Its name is used in modern Thai expression representing unsurpassed beauty and grace.
Dimensions: 4 cm x 5 cm x 0.6 cm Material: Enamel, Nickel mixed tin Weight: 13 g