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Ceramic Assemblages from Shipwrecks in Southeast Asia from the last half of the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Centuries

2022-05-26T09:41:28+08:00

Khun Atthasit Sukkham, Asst. Curator of the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum (Bangkok), looks at six shipwrecks found in Southeast Asian waters from the last half of the 18th century to the early 20th century in a SEACS talk held on 17 May 2022.

Ceramic Assemblages from Shipwrecks in Southeast Asia from the last half of the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Centuries2022-05-26T09:41:28+08:00

Update on B&W Ceramics with Chen Kelun

2022-04-23T11:11:04+08:00

Chen Kelun, Senior Curator of the Shanghai Museum, shares evidence from the latest archaeological finds showing that the production of B&W in Jingdezhen had begun by 1330 at the latest. A SEACS programme for members and guests held on 20 April 2022.

Update on B&W Ceramics with Chen Kelun2022-04-23T11:11:04+08:00

Two new Singapore Shipwrecks: The Temasek and the Shah Muncher

2022-04-07T15:38:04+08:00

Marine archaeologist Dr. Michael Flecker shares the stories and discoveries of the two historic shipwrecks recently found in Singapore waters: the Temasek (Yuan Dynasty) and the Shah Muncher (sank January 1796) enroute from Guangzhou to Mumbai.

Two new Singapore Shipwrecks: The Temasek and the Shah Muncher2022-04-07T15:38:04+08:00

Khmer-China Connections in the 9th-14th Centuries

2022-05-27T17:35:27+08:00

Dr. Sharon Wong investigates the possible technological transfer of ceramic production between Angkor and China during the 9th to 14th centuries looking at two distinctive ceramic products: covered boxes and roof tiles. A SEACS programme held on 25 February 2022.

Khmer-China Connections in the 9th-14th Centuries2022-05-27T17:35:27+08:00

Ceramics of the Musi River, Sumatra

2022-05-26T09:45:00+08:00

Members of SEACS' Malaysia branch share some of the amazing ceramics recovered from Sumatra's Musi River, presented by Steven Ho Kah Hong to SEACS members and their guests on 23 November 2021.

Ceramics of the Musi River, Sumatra2022-05-26T09:45:00+08:00

Champa Ceramics Revisited

2022-05-27T17:35:01+08:00

Champa Ceramics: An update on the latest findings and research presented to SEACS members and their guests by Dr. Do Truong Giang on 6 December 2021.

Champa Ceramics Revisited2022-05-27T17:35:01+08:00

Preserving and Restoring Historic Ceramic Roof Tiles in Singapore

2022-05-27T17:37:11+08:00

Insights into the restoration of the Yueh Hai Ching Temple (a.k.a. Wak Hai Cheng Bio) on Philip Street in Singapore presented by Professor Yeo Kang Shua to SEACS members and their guests on 14 January 2022.

Preserving and Restoring Historic Ceramic Roof Tiles in Singapore2022-05-27T17:37:11+08:00

Approaches to the Study of Ming Material Culture

2022-04-04T18:28:42+08:00

A talk examining the art and artefacts of the Ming Dynasty with a view to exploring approaches to the study and connoisseurship of Chinese material culture, presented by Dr. Stacey Pierson to SEACS members on 9 December 2020.

Approaches to the Study of Ming Material Culture2022-04-04T18:28:42+08:00

English Crested Ceramics

2022-05-27T17:40:36+08:00

An introduction to English Crested Ceramics by Dr. Alexander Shaw, presented to SEACS members on 9 May 2021.

English Crested Ceramics2022-05-27T17:40:36+08:00

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