A Manager of Collections Management and an Assistant Conservator of Objects orient members of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society to the workings of Singapore's Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC) as the society's July 2023 programme. A workshop will be help as Part II for members later in the year.
Confused by the terms 'Marco Polo ware' or 'Shufu', here's an introduction to these two members of the qingbai family, and some guidelines that will help in the identification of each.
Researchers at Adelaide's Flinders University have begun a five-year t [...]
Ceramic Assemblages from Shipwrecks in Southeast Asia from the last half of the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Centuriespbjwelch2022-05-26T09:41:28+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.
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.
How did three British-made plates come to be found by divers in the Musi River?....
Japanese pots, bowls, cups and other ceramics rarely had handles until recently....