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A shop assistant re-arranges silk products at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk interior products for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk interior products for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The interior of the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The original sign outside the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A doorman waits to open the door to customers at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A shop assistant re-arranges silk products at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The sign outside the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Handkerchiefs for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A shop assistant re-arranges silk products at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Handkerchiefs for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk scarfs for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk products for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A showroom display at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk products for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk ties for sale at the Jim Thompson flagship store in central Bangkok. This was the first shop Jim Thompson opened just prior to disappearing in the Malaysian jungle and never being seen again. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A photo exhibited at the Jim Thompson Silk Company head office in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk cocoons dyed in the colours of the Thai flag sit in a vase in the Jim Thompson Silk Company head office in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Material samples for upholstery in the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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In the grounds of the Jim Thompson Silk Company head office in eastern Bangkok stands a hedge shaped like an elephant, an animal that Jim Thompson's are known for incorporating in to their designs. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A painting by a Thai artist and commissioned by the Jim Thompson Silk Company shows a portrait of Jim Thompson (central) and other people involved in the company exhibited at their head office in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company re-stocks the caterpillars with leaves of the mulberry tree inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room alone contains 180,000 caterpillars that will develop in to cocoons after 11 days of feeding. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works on a loom making the final sheets of patterned silk in the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works on a loom making the final sheets of patterned silk in the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee checks a weaving machine inside the mechanised machine weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The company produces both hand and machine made material. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Eric Booth, Assistant Managing Director of the Jim Thompson Silk Company, stands inside the mechanised machine weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hundreds of spools feed a weaving machine inside the mechanised machine weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The company produces both hand and machine made material. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Thousands of spools of silk thread used in the weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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22,000 silk caterpillar eggs ready to grow at the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk caterpillars eat away the leaves of the mulberry tree inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room alone contains 180,000 caterpillars that will develop in to cocoons after 11 days of feeding. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk caterpillars eat away the leaves of the mulberry tree inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room alone contains 180,000 caterpillars that will develop in to cocoons after 11 days of feeding. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Eric Booth, Assistant Managing Director of the Jim Thompson Silk Company, checks his phone inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company re-stocks the caterpillars with leaves of the mulberry tree inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room alone contains 180,000 caterpillars that will develop in to cocoons after 11 days of feeding. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee drags a bunch of mulberry tree leaves inside the silk worm rearing shed of the Jim Thompson Egg Production Centre and Sericulture Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room alone contains 180,000 caterpillars that will develop in to cocoons after 11 days of feeding. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Spools of silk at the Jim Thompson Silk Company hand warping room of the silk factory in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works in the hand warping room of the silk factory in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works in the hand warping room of the silk factory in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Spools of silk thread used in the weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works on a loom making the final sheets of patterned silk in the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Thread being woven on a loom at the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hundreds of spools feed a weaving machine inside the mechanised machine weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The company produces both hand and machine made material. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee checks a weaving machine inside the mechanised machine weaving room of the Jim Thompson factory located in the town of Pak Thong Chai in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The company produces both hand and machine made material. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory is inspected and quality checked in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of Jim Thompson Silk Company inspects a selection of silk cocoons at Ban Lung Pradu village in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, by opening the cocoon to see if the worm is dead or alive. Using a sample from all the crates he will calculate the price to be paid to the villagers by the quality of the sample. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A villager of Ban Lung Pradu village extract the threads from yellow silk cocoons soaking in hot water.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of Jim Thompson Silk Company inspects a selection of silk cocoons at Ban Lung Pradu village in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, by opening the cocoon to see if the worm is dead or alive. Using a sample from all the crates he will calculate the price to be paid to the villagers by the quality of the sample. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company inspect a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company called Tantip Jansanisi inspects a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company called Tantip Jansanisi inspects a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company inspect a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company inspect a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk is weighed and quality checked inside the QC room of the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Freshly reeled silk thread is taken away to the spinning room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk is weighed and quality checked inside the QC room of the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Farmer Phisit Akhahat walks through his mulberry tree plantation in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. He has worked with Jim Thompson's silk company for over 15 years buying eggs from them and selling back the finished cocoons. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Villagers of Ban Lung Pradu village bring their fully grown silk cocoons to sell to Jim Thompson employees who travelled to the village to purchase them. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of Jim Thompson Silk Company inspects a selection of silk cocoons at Ban Lung Pradu village in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, by opening the cocoon to see if the worm is dead or alive. Using a sample from all the crates he will calculate the price to be paid to the villagers by the quality of the sample. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A board showing the silk cocoon price in Ban Lung Pradu village, Nakhon Ratchasima Province. If the damaged cocoons don't exceed 12% of the total delivery they will receive 146 Thai Baht per kilo. If it exceeds 30% they will only receive 90 Thai Baht per kilo. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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The silk cocoons grown at the village of Ban Lung Pradu village. The villagers buy the silk worm eggs from Jim Thompsons and then approximately 3 weeks later the final cocoons are bought back in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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A villager of Ban Lung Pradu village extract the threads from yellow silk cocoons soaking in hot water.
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works inside the mechanised spinning room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room spins longer threads of silk once it has left the reeling room. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company work inside the mechanised reeling room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room extracts the silk threads from the cocoons threading them on to reels of silk. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company works inside the mechanised spinning room at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. This room spins longer threads of silk once it has left the reeling room. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee dyes raw silk in dying machines of the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee prepares raw silk for dying in the mechanised dying room of the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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An employee of the Jim Thompson Silk Company called Tantip Jansanisi inspects a delivery of silk cocoons at the Jim Thompson silk factory in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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William Booth, known to most a 'Bill', the Executive Director of the company laughs in the living room area of the Jim Thompson House in Bangkok. Bill worked with Mr Thompson in the early years of the company and remembers having many dinner parties in this very room. The house is now a museum and open to the public. After Mr Thompson's disappearance in 1967 Bill Booth was put in charge of the company and remains the Executive Director to this day. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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William Booth, known to most a 'Bill', the Executive Director of the company sits in the garden area of the Jim Thompson House in Bangkok. Bill worked with Mr Thompson in the early years of the company and remembers spending much time in this house whilst Jim was still alive. The house is now a museum and open to the public. After Mr Thompson's disappearance in 1967 Bill Booth was put in charge of the company and remains the Executive Director to this day. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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William Booth, known to most a 'Bill', the Executive Director of the company sits in the garden area of the Jim Thompson House in Bangkok. Bill worked with Mr Thompson in the early years of the company and remembers spending much time in this house whilst Jim was still alive. The house is now a museum and open to the public. After Mr Thompson's disappearance in 1967 Bill Booth was put in charge of the company and remains the Executive Director to this day. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the sewing room of their factory in eastern Bangkok making trousers and shirts. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the tie making room of their factory in eastern Bangkok. They are able to make around 300 ties per day in this facility. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A box full of labels to be sowing in to the shirts produced at the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
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A shirt being finished in the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the sewing room of their factory in eastern Bangkok making trousers and shirts. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the sewing room of their factory in eastern Bangkok making trousers and shirts. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A bag being made in the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Handkerchiefs produced at the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the tie making room of their factory in eastern Bangkok. They are able to make around 300 ties per day in this facility. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Employees of the Jim Thompson Silk Company working in the bag making room of their factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Hundreds of spools of coloured thread sit in the Jim Thompson Silk Company factory in eastern Bangkok. Thailand's most famous silk company, employing around 2700 people, was started by American businessman Jim Thompson who helped revitalise the Thai silk industry in the 1950's and 1960's. Mr Thompson mysteriously disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 and the company was then taken over by his colleague William Booth who built the company in to the international brand it is today.
MINIMUM PRICE $100

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