Dating chinese pottery

Most of our shipwreck artifacts are antique ceramics, celadon, blue and white porcelain and other Chinese porcelain wares from the Ming dynasty.

We also sell kraak porcelain from the porcelain kilns at Jingdezhen in China together with ancient Chinese celadon wares.

The Yixing teapots we find are from the Qing dynasty.

You are visiting the only site on the Internet where the researchers responsible for the shipwreck recoveries legally sell their recoveries of antique Chinese porcelain, other blue and white porcelains, Yixing teapots, celadon wares and Chinese pottery from own excavations.

All the work with archaeology and artifact handling is made in collaboration with Malaysia's Department of Museums.

If the tracking system confirms that your package has been lost, we shall replace the artifact(s) without cost to you Nanhai Marine Archaeology has been excavating and researching the ceramic cargo from ten Ming dynasty shipwrecks found in the South China sea.

These artefacts and other antique porcelains and pottery are now on sale on their web site: excavated include the , the company has established a web page called: clearance where they offer for sale artefacts, of best possible provenance for rather affordable prices.

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