Order of the Crown of Thailand, Type I, Grand Cross, I Class


SKU: 01.THA.0105.103.01.000

  • Order of the Crown of Thailand Grand Cross (I Class) Set
  • Order of the Crown of Thailand Grand Cross (I Class) Obverse
  • Order of the Crown of Thailand Grand Cross (I Class) Reverse

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  • Country
  • Makers
    J.W. Benson
  • Composition
    Gilded Silver/Enamelled
  • Inscription
    Rev: MOR POR ROR
  • Image Licensing

Physical Description and Item Details

(เครื่องราชอิสริยาภรณ์อันมีเกียรติยศยิ่งมงกุฎไทย). Instituted in 1869. Type II. 1873-1941 issue. Of British manufacture, sash badge in silver gilt consisting of green and red enamel flower petals, obverse centre presenting detailed embossed Royal iconography, reverse with Thai characters, surmounted by a tri-petal suspension in silver gilt, with maker’s mark of J. W. BENSON, LONDON, measuring 48.22 mm (w) x 73.76 mm (h - inclusive of suspension), suspended by original sash ribbon on an ornament loop suspension, with gilt loss and light.

Footnote: The Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand was established in 1861 by King Rama IV of the Kingdom of Siam. It is regularly awarded to government officials for each five years of service, making it Thailand's most-awarded order.


The Order is awarded for extraordinary service to Thailand, and it is conferred upon national and foreign citizens, members of the Royal Family, government employees, and foreign dignitaries.

The Order of the Crown of Thailand is awarded to those who are not qualified for the Order of the White Elephant.

The Order may be awarded to both men (Knight) and women (Dame), with a bow ribbon distinguishing the Dame awards.

There may be a discrepancy in size between the Order grades awarded to men versus those awarded to women.


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