Listed as Circa 19th Century , although the previous owner a retired judge in southern Thailand, dates it over 300 years old.
- One form of the Garuda used in Thailand as a sign of the royal family is called Khrut Pha, meaning "Garuda, the vehicle (of Vishnu)."
- Kingdom of Siam has an image of Garuda in their coins at least since Ayutthaya era.
- The statue and images of Garuda adorn many Buddhist temples in Thailand. It also has become the cultural symbol of Thailand.
- The figure of Garuda also installed as the figurehead or masthead of Thai royal barges.