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English Heraldic Souvenir Ceramics

2022-05-26T10:10:37+08:00

English heraldic souvenir ware is more commonly known as ‘crested china’ and during wartime many figurines took on personas to happily 'do their bit'!

English Heraldic Souvenir Ceramics2022-05-26T10:10:37+08:00

Singapore Ceramics Now [2021]

2022-05-26T10:14:24+08:00

This special exhibition, which closed on 13 February 2021, was founded and led by Artistic Director Jason Lim (a renowned Singaporean ceramicist and performance artist) and curated in partnership with SEED the Art Space.

Singapore Ceramics Now [2021]2022-05-26T10:14:24+08:00

New Maritime Museum opens in Fujian Province

2022-06-03T16:44:52+08:00

The newly opened Shimao Maritime Silk Road Museum in Quanzhou (Fujian Province), PRC covers nearly 11,500 square meters and features more than 2,000 cultural relics ranging from porcelain to silk....

New Maritime Museum opens in Fujian Province2022-06-03T16:44:52+08:00

A Modern Kakiemon Tiger

2022-05-26T10:20:39+08:00

A struggle to choose amongst the thousands of exquisite ceramics in Arita, Japan, results in the purchase of a Kakiemon tiger.

A Modern Kakiemon Tiger2022-05-26T10:20:39+08:00

My Tang Dynasty Court Lady: A Mingqi Figurine

2022-05-31T14:19:36+08:00

Tang or a 19th or 20th-century reproduction? Follow a collector's story of her search for the answer of this Tang burial figurine purchased in Hong Kong in 2007.

My Tang Dynasty Court Lady: A Mingqi Figurine2022-05-31T14:19:36+08:00

A Tang Dynasty Changsha Bowl

2022-06-01T17:00:44+08:00

The Singapore Asian Civilisation Museum's Tang shipwreck collection of Changsha bowls inspires a docent to start collecting.

A Tang Dynasty Changsha Bowl2022-06-01T17:00:44+08:00

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