Phra Ratcha Banlang Pradap Muk

A wooden throne decorated with mother-of-pearl in-lay which is sheltered by a Nine-Tiered Great White Umbrella of State. This throne was made originally for the former Amarintharapisek Maha Prasat and was saved from the fire that consumed the building. For the Consecration Day Ceremony, which is held on the fifth of May, the Five Insignia of Kingship (Pancha Ratcha Kakuthapan) are placed on the throne. When the hall is used for Lying-in-State a Buddha image is placed on this throne.

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