Study and design of Ko Kret community pottery products, Nonthaburi Province

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Chutima Ngampipat

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The purposes of this research were 1) to study Ko Kret community pottery products Nonthaburi Province
2) for designing Ko Kret community pottery products Nonthaburi Province and 3) to assess the marketing satisfaction of consumers in Ko Kret community Nonthaburi Province, By using Mixed Methods Research, using interviews with experts in pottery making Ko Kret Nonthaburi Province 6 people and questionnaires used for tourists and local people Ko Kret community. The samples were 100 samples by simple random sampling. The instrument consisted of interview form and questionnaire with scale estimation level 5 Data were analyzed by using content analysis and descriptive statistics such as percentage, mean, and deviation standard. The results showed that 1) Ko Kret is a large island. Located to the west of Pak Kret district Nonthaburi Province surrounded by the Chao Phraya River in which the soil used to make pottery is clay, rice
fields and the clay of the river mouth sediment which is clay that is tough, fine texture, has few grains of sand and other debris, has a soft color or a yellowish color. 2) The second type of pottery product design is the most suitable (M = 4.51, SD = 0.51). It is suitable to produce prototype pottery products. 3) The satisfaction of the consumer market overall is at a high level (M = 4.28, SD = 0.87) 

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