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An Introduction to China’s Export Wares

2022-01-22T16:45:39+08:00

An introduction to China’s export ceramics including kraak, Swatow, armorial, Thai bencharong and Southeast Asia’s nyonya wares, by Li-Ching Wang for SEACS members on 26 July 2021.

An Introduction to China’s Export Wares2022-01-22T16:45:39+08:00

Vietnamese Ceramics in the Asian Civilisations Museum (Singapore)

2022-05-26T09:52:23+08:00

The collection (and the story behind the collection) of Vietnamese Ceramics at Singapore's Asian Civilisations Museum, by its founding director Kenson Kwok, presented to SEACS members on 4 August 2021.

Vietnamese Ceramics in the Asian Civilisations Museum (Singapore)2022-05-26T09:52:23+08:00

A 1921 Account of a Local Burmese Pottery

2022-06-01T16:42:44+08:00

A collector's interest is piqued when he discovers an 1897 reprint of a late 19th century book on Burma written by George Bird.

A 1921 Account of a Local Burmese Pottery2022-06-01T16:42:44+08:00

Thailand’s Phanom-Surin Shipwreck

2022-06-03T16:29:33+08:00

The 28-meter long Phanom-Surin shipwreck (PNS) recently found in the upper Gulf of Thailand dates roughly to the same period as Singapore’s ‘Tang shipwreck’, the Belitung, but unfortunately was cargo-less. Read more about this remarkable find and the handful of ceramics that were found with it....

Thailand’s Phanom-Surin Shipwreck2022-06-03T16:29:33+08:00

St. Ignatius of Loyola tea bowl and saucer

2022-05-31T14:51:20+08:00

The original inspiration for this depiction of Saint Ignatius was an oil-on-canvas painting by the great Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens....

St. Ignatius of Loyola tea bowl and saucer2022-05-31T14:51:20+08:00

Farewell to Underwater Archaeologist Sheldon Clyde Jago-on (1971-2021)

2022-06-03T16:31:05+08:00

We have lost another great maritime archaeologist: Sheldon Clyde Jago-on, who passed away 9 March 2021. Clyde was the Curator of the Archaeology Division and a former Officer in Charge of the Maritime and Underwater Cultural Heritage division of the National Museum of the Philippines.

Farewell to Underwater Archaeologist Sheldon Clyde Jago-on (1971-2021)2022-06-03T16:31:05+08:00

Tipu’s Tiger immortalised in Clay

2022-05-31T12:25:33+08:00

The story begins in the 1790s in India where the 'honourable' East India Company was struggling to maintain control....

Tipu’s Tiger immortalised in Clay2022-05-31T12:25:33+08:00

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