Yuan Dynasty

Our January 7 programme was a ZOOM talk on Yuan Blue & White ceramics by Dr. LI Baoping (6:00 pm SGT)

2024-01-11T15:55:41+08:00

Dr. Li's talk will be on the world’s earliest blue-and-white porcelain: its significance, global distribution, and remaining questions. Dr. Li specializes in Chinese ceramics and their global distribution. His research involves collaboration with curators, scholars, artists, collectors and archaeologists across China and the world. Join us for this exciting update on China's most beloved B&W ceramics.

Our January 7 programme was a ZOOM talk on Yuan Blue & White ceramics by Dr. LI Baoping (6:00 pm SGT)2024-01-11T15:55:41+08:00

“Kaleidoscope in Clay” Part II exhibition opens in Singapore on 15 July

2023-07-07T14:41:51+08:00

The Society for Chinese Ceramics Studies (SCCS) announces Part II of their exhibition series in honour of their 18th anniversary. The exhibition, which focuses on the utilitarian art of the Song (970-1279) and Yuan (1279-1368) Dynasties, opens at the Gallery@L3 Fort Canning Centre on 15 July.

“Kaleidoscope in Clay” Part II exhibition opens in Singapore on 15 July2023-07-07T14:41:51+08:00

A ‘Kunlun’ Slave: An Unusual Mingqi Figurine

2022-05-31T15:40:05+08:00

Slaves were part of tribute and trade goods in China during the Song and were even depicted in pottery figurines: 崑仑 奴 [kūnlúnnú] or “Kun-lun slave”.

A ‘Kunlun’ Slave: An Unusual Mingqi Figurine2022-05-31T15:40:05+08:00

More on the Temasek and Shah Muncher Shipwrecks

2023-04-24T13:18:25+08:00

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

More on the Temasek and Shah Muncher Shipwrecks2023-04-24T13:18:25+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
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