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Okay since you have thunar, have you tried opening a folder using it? and then hold Ctl + (point Mouse in the folder icons) Scroll the roller button to adjust/increase the icon sizes. It can grow bigger and it can remember the size opening other folders. But I don't know if this is what you need.
don't know if enyone is still interesting in big thumbnails, but i found out that Finder in OS X has extra big thumbnails, it is pitty that linux world don't increase thumbs size as computers gets faster. If there would be a way to run Finder on linux through wine or something.