Apa E. Simyu  had to travel to the source of kaolin which was Ban Pangka A., Jaehom District, Lampang province.   Apa E. took the kaolin from Ban Pangka for testing to produce a chicken bowl, and he finally found that Lampang kaolin is a high quality and can do a chicken bowl.  After that, Apa E. induced his friend from Thonburi to establish a factory called Roum Samakkey producing overglazed painting chicken bowls, and the business was very successful.  Later, he started to establish a ceramic factory in Lampang. 

     The Heritage of the Chicken Bowls are as follows: the World’s Smallest Chicken Bowl, the Golden Chicken Bowl, the World’s Thinnest Chicken Bowl. Now,
I will show you how to produce the chicken bowls,
The oldest Dragon Kiln which has been in process to be registered to be the historic site. It’s 50 years old.
I will show you how to produce the sauce bowls and Thai pudding dessert bowls.

     we will show you a modern style of ceramic. The national artist, Prof. Dr. Kamol Tasananchalee came to our museum and did workshop and these are his works. This section show you the awards which we got from an International Design Competition such as D-Mark, Prime Minister Export Award and Ge-Mark.