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Thai and Japanese Ceramic Exhibition at Bangkok Nat’l Museum now until 14 December 2022

27 September 2022|Ceramic News|

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.

Water Pots

8 July 2022|Ceramic Stories|

Surahi or goglet, water pots were--and perhaps still are in some regions--part of life in Asia. This member recalls their popularity and tries to trace their many shapes and origins.

More on the Temasek and Shah Muncher Shipwrecks

17 May 2022|Ceramic News|

Two short articles by Dr. Michael Flecker on the Temasek and Shah Muncher wrecks can be found in the latest issue of Wreckwatch Magazine. Click on the picture for a direct link or copy the website address here: https://www.flipsnack.com/wreckwatchmag/wreckwatch-magazine-may-2022-ice-explorers.html

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