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This exquisite maritime museum (17,500 square meters in size) features the world's oldest, most-complete shipwreck of a Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE) ocean-going trading vessel, raised up from the seabed in its entirety.
The Heritage Conservation Centre of Singapore invites members of the public to participate in a two-hour tour of their facilities, and/or to book an appointment with HCC conservators
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of one of our founding members, Margaretha Ratnam, who served as the Society's Secretary in 1970-71 and was a keen and active member of the society for many years. She and her husband, Professor K. J. Ratnam, were well-known collectors of Southeast Asian ceramics.
Excavations from the Suyukou kiln ruins in Helan county, Ningxia Hui autonomous region reveal that white porcelain was made during the Xixia (1038-1227) era, some marked with the Chinese character "guan".
Visitors to the UK from now until 30 July 2023 are invited to see the [...]
Visiting Hong Kong? The Hong Kong Museum of Art is celebrating the 50 [...]
The University of Hawai'i Press has published a new book by Dr. Natal [...]
China recently announced the excavation of a late Qing Dynasty shipwr [...]
An exhibition on Thai and Japanese ceramics is on at the Bangkok National Museum until December 14 and includes ceramics ranging from a 16C blue-green glaze jarlet from Sukhothai to an Arita figurine created around the same period in Japan. This charming ceramic exhibition is being held in the Siwamokhaphiman Hall, Bangkok National Museum. The showcase features a selection of the finest Thai and Japanese porcelain and ceramic works created around the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries.
A review of Teresa Canepa and Katharine Butler's new book on Sir Michael Butler's Chinese porcelain collection that focuses on 17th century wares, is reviewed in the summer edition of Wreckwatch Magazine.