Thailand’s Phanom-Surin Shipwreck

2022-01-07T17:00:17+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 Shipwreck2022-01-07T17:00:17+08:00

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

2021-12-31T02:02:24+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)2021-12-31T02:02:24+08:00

Ru Ceramic Brush Washer discovered in Dresden Museum

2022-01-05T14:01:30+08:00

During a review of the digital catalogue of the porcelain collection of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD), one piece caught Chinese ceramic expert Regina Krahl's special attention....

Ru Ceramic Brush Washer discovered in Dresden Museum2022-01-05T14:01:30+08:00

Singapore Ceramics Now [2021]

2021-12-27T23:03:34+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]2021-12-27T23:03:34+08:00

New Maritime Museum opens in Fujian Province

2022-01-07T17:04:58+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 Province2022-01-07T17:04:58+08:00

Celadon from N. Song found in Xi’an Gravesite

2022-01-13T05:20:17+08:00

More than 60 pieces of delicate celadon — green pottery — from the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127) were found for the first time in Xi'an

Celadon from N. Song found in Xi’an Gravesite2022-01-13T05:20:17+08:00

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