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Peter Lam speaks on Kitchen Ch’ing Porcelain made in Hong Kong

2022-07-28T16:12:56+08:00

SEACS members and their guests are invited to this long-awaited talk by ceramics expert Peter Lam on 'Kitchen Ch'ing porcelain made in Hong Kong'. The origin of these colourful ceramics, also known as 'Peranakan ware' in Southeast Asia, has been a long-debated subject. Many have offered their hypotheses as to the location of their original production and decoration centres, but now you have an opportunity to hear from an expert.

Peter Lam speaks on Kitchen Ch’ing Porcelain made in Hong Kong2022-07-28T16:12:56+08:00

Identifying Marco Polo and Shufu Ceramics

2022-07-12T13:46:07+08:00

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.

Identifying Marco Polo and Shufu Ceramics2022-07-12T13:46:07+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

A Modern Burmese Chicken-headed Ewer

2022-05-31T15:45:16+08:00

A search for the descendants of the elegant chicken-headed pots of old continues with only limited success....

A Modern Burmese Chicken-headed Ewer2022-05-31T15:45:16+08:00

Potsherds, Texts, & Singapore’s Role in Southeast Asian Maritime Culture

2022-01-16T17:00:29+08:00

Temasek, renamed Singapore by Sri Tri Buana according to the Sululatus' Sulatin (Malay Annals/Sejarah Melayu/SM), was an ancient pirate lair, but at the same time was a kingdom which exchanged ambassadors with China.

Potsherds, Texts, & Singapore’s Role in Southeast Asian Maritime Culture2022-01-16T17:00:29+08:00

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