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  • Ru Ceramic Brush Washer discovered in Dresden Museum

    The Ru dish found in the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) During a review of the digital catalogue of the...

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  • ‘Doing her Bit’ – A Carlton China munitionette and her shells

    Contributed by Alexander Nicholas Shaw I began collecting English heraldic souvenir ware, more commonly known as ‘crested china’ when...

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  • Virtual Tours at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum

    Jingdezhen Porcelain in the Making: A unique animation using 18th-century watercolour paintings The National Museum of Korea recently collaborated...

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  • An Introduction to Early Chinese Celadons

    Professor Zhu Boqian, a world-renowned expert on Zhejiang greenware, visited Singapore to give a series of talks in Nov-Dec...

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  • Synopsis of Talk on Swatow Ware by Sumarah Adhyatman

    Synopsis of a talk by Sumarah Adhyatman given on 8 July 1999 to the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society on...

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  • Antique Ceramics from Myanmar

    “Ancient Ceramics from Myanmar (Burma)” by Sumarah Adhyatman Tuesday, March 12, 1991 A talk given at the Ganesha Tuesday...

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  • Roxanna Brown CV [2007]

    Roxanna Brown – CV

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  • Free Downloads of interest to SEACS members

    Freer and Sackler Publications available as free downloads Thanks to a digitization effort made possible with help from Smithsonian...

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  • Event: 16 September 2020

    Lecture: Persian Architectural Tiles with Margaret White Wednesday, 16 September (7:00 pm Singapore time) A virtual meeting held on...

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  • CERAMICS OF THE MALAY WORLD

    Pottery was being made in the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra during the Neolilthic era. It belonged to the cord-marking...

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  • Bibliography

    A non-exhaustive list of published authoritative references provided for your reading pleasure, organised by Author-Date format. Jump to: A...

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  • SEA Ceramic Periods of Production

    Southeast Asian Ceramic Periods of Production Southeast Asian ceramics have been produced in the region since prehistoric times. As...

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  • Cirebon Cargo of Yue Ceramics Vessels

    The Cirebon Cargo of Yue Ceramic Vessels by Yvonne Tan (1 May 2007) SOUTHEAST ASIAN TYPE KENDI, 10TH CENTURY,...

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  • Useful Links

    Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (Bangkok University) The Oriental Ceramic Society (OCS London) The Oriental Ceramic Society (Hong Kong) Oriental...

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  • VIETNAMESE CERAMICS

    High-fired ceramics were already being produced in Vietnam 2000 years ago; the white-glazed, white-bodied ceramics from tombs in Thanh-hoa are...

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  • Resources

    Clay Basics The Ceramics of Southeast asia Ceramic Stories A Glossary of SEA Ceramic Terms Periods of Production Useful...

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  • THAI CERAMICS

    Thai ceramics were among the first Southeast Asian wares to be seriously studied, starting with WA Graham’s 1922 article “Pottery...

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  • MYANMAR CERAMICS

    It was only in 1984, when the Tak Om Koi Burial Sites were found along the Thai-Myanmar border, that...

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  • CAMBODIAN CERAMICS

    Toward the end of the 6th or early 7th century, Khmer potters instituted an important technique for mass production...

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  • The Ceramics of Southeast Asia

    The Ceramics of Mainland Southeast Asia We commence with Mainland Southeast Asia as the ceramic production here is more...

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  • A Glossary of Southeast Asian Ceramic Terms

    A-B Antefix Ornament which terminates the covering tiles of the roof and conceals the joints between tiles Appliqué Piece...

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  • Clay Basics

    What is clay? Clay is a natural product dug from the earth, which has decomposed from rock within the...

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  • Kraak from the Wanli Shipwreck

    Kraak from the Wanli Shipwreck Contributed by Mathew Welch A type VIII kraak saucer, dated to c. 1625 from...

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  • Synopsis: “Chinoiserie: A Vision of the Far East from Europe, 13th-14th century” by Margaret White – 03 Dec 2012

    Synopsis: “Chinoiserie: A Vision of the Far East from Europe, 13th-14th century” by Margaret White – 03 Dec 2012

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  • Synopsis: “A Blaze of Colour: The Emergence of Overglaze Enamels on Porcelain in the 14th and 15th Centuries” by Rosemary Scott – 12 Dec 2012

    Synopsis: “A Blaze of Colour: The Emergence of Overglaze Enamels on Porcelain in the 14th and 15th Centuries” by...

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  • Major Publications of Roxanna M Brown

    Roxanna Brown as we will always remember her Roxanna’s seminal work Undated “History of Shipwreck Excavations in Southeast Asia”...

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