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      LARGE Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN-108

      This totally intact celadon dish was recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. c.1460) shipwreck and is therefore about 555 years old. The dating of the wreck site (and the ship's cargo) was based on an carbon 14 date on the ships timber and by cross-referring the ceramic cargo to other datable shipwreck sites. The dish is masterly decorated with incised lotus flowers (in profile) on the cavetto and vertical striations on the reverse. This motif is very RARE in the Royal Nanhai cargo. The base shows a clear tubular scar.  (This scar and the re-oxidizing color is yet another provenance factor which prove its ancient manufacturing) The glaze covering is thick and smooth throughout. Made at the Sisatchanalai kilns, which were operated by experience celadon potters from Longquan in China. The dish is indeed an important historical artifact and also one of the best recovered from the wreck site.
      To view a video about the exact place where this dish was made, click here.  For more information about the Royal Nanhai shipwreck, go to Click here.  The dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity
      Size: 29.5 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo. (its heavy!)


      Celadon Jarlets
      These antique miniature celadon jarlets was recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck. They are therefore about 550 years old. For more information about this shipwreck, go to: http://www.xwyyw.cn/royalnanhai.html Each jarlet will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity
      Sten has spent more than forty years in Southeast Asia designing and engineering various marine structures. His interest in Asia's pottery and porcelain eventually lead to his search and excavation of numbers of ancient shipwrecks. As a championship sailor Sten has extensive knowledge and interest in ancient maritime trade, ships designs and construction. It is these interests and gained knowledge that is the base for all his books and extensive lecturing.

      Sten's company; Nanhai Marine Archaeology Sdn. Bhd. works with Malaysia's Department of Museums and Antiquities and can therefore offer legally excavated artifacts from these shipwrecks.

      In addition to working with recovering artifacts, Sten has located number of ancient kiln sites in Thailand and in China were his shipwreck ceramics was made centuries ago. He is therefore able to offer absolute provenance on all ceramics sold via Nanhai Marine Archaeology Sdn. Bhd. and, with good conscience sign every Certificate of Authenticity supplied with the artifacts.

      The maritime archaeology of Sten Sjostrand has led to major advances in the study of Asian trade and trade ceramics in Southeast Asia.  His meticulous documentation of a series of nine shipwrecks from the 11th to 19th centuries reveals the early dominance of Chinese trade ceramics, a subsequent loss of the Chinese monopoly in the late 14th century when Southeast Asian ceramics entered the market, the basic parameters of the Ming gap shortages of the 14th-15th centuries, and a resurgence of Chinese wares in the 16th and 17th centuries.  Just as important, Sjostrand freely shares the information from his discoveries.  Researchers are welcome at his headquarters where he documents his finds and patiently answers the queries of others.  A lifetime’s experience with the sea and sailing allows Sjostrand to bring new understanding to ancient ship construction, and his voluminous reading allows him to set the ships and their cargoes in historical perspective.

      Dr. Roxanna M. Brown
      Director.
      Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum
      Bangkok University, Rangsit campus
      Pathum Thani 12120, Thailand

      Antique Celadon ware from Sawankhalok, Sisatchanali from Ming dynasty shipwrecks.
      Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN-298
      This well-decorated celadon dish was recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck. It is therefore about 560 years old. The dish is totally intact and shows smooth and thick glaze covering in the front. There is however some glaze deterioration on the reverse. The cavetto is incised with four lotus flowers, in profile, and concentric circles in the well. Rim is foliated with following incised lines that enhance the foliation. There is an original, non-destructive, clay crack in the base which has been mended. To view a video about the exact place where this dish was made, click here. For more information about the Royal Nanhai shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/royalnanhai.html. The dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 27 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo
      Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN-3991

      A very nice and totally intact celadon dish recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck. The dish, which is one of the best quality dishes from the ship's cargo, shows a beautiful and unusual border decoration. Glaze covering is think and the base shows a clear tubular support scar. The dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 29.5 cm diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo


      Ming dynasty Chinese celadon plate. No. T-939
      A very good, high quality Chinese celadon plate from the famous Longquan kilns in southern China. The plate is totally intact and shows good glaze condition with a smooth feeling. Resonance sound when tapped is the best possible suggesting very high firing temperature and good quality clay. The foot-ring is fully glazed with the base showing a glaze circle in its center. For more information about the Turiang shipwreck, go to  http://www.xwyyw.cn/turiang.html. The plate will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity
      Size: 26.5 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.5 kilo

      Ming dynasty Chinese celadon plate. No. T-1052

      Another Chinese celadon plate from the Turiang (AD. 1370) shipwreck  The plate show nice dark celadon color and is in a very good condition consider its over 600 year stay at sea. The plate is totally intact with thick satin glaze finish witrh a nice soft feeling.  For more information about the Turiang shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/turiang.html The plate will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 26.5 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.5 kilo

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      The discovery of the Royal Nanhai and how the site appeared before excavation
      Ming dynasty Chinese celadon plate. No. T-952
      A very good high quality Chinese celadon plate from the Turiang (AD. 1370) shipwreck The plate has survived its over 600 year long stay on the seabed remarkably well. Resonance sound when tapped is high which suggest good clay and high firing temperature. The glaze is thick and satin. This plate is one of the best samples recovered from the shipwreck site and has a very nice smooth feeling to it.  For more information about the Turiang shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/turiang.html  The plate will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 25 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.5 kilo

      Ser. No. RN-811
      RARE quality celadon jarlet
      Size: Height: 6.5cm
      Shipping weight: 0.35 kg
      Ming dynasty Chinese celadon plate. No. T-800

      A good very high quality Chinese celadon plate from the Turiang (AD. 1370) shipwreck The plate is totally intact and rather preserved. The base shows the typical 14th century with a glaze circle in the center of the base.  The resonance of the plate is very good. The glaze is thick and satin.  This plate also belong to the best group celadon's from the shipwreck. For more information about the Turiang shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/turiang.html  The plate will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity
      Size: 25.5 cm Diameter


      Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN-313

      This large and intact c. 555 year old celadon dish was recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck
      It is decorated with lotus leafs in the well, incised 'coma' pattern on the cavetto and perfectly and deeply cut vertical striations on the reverse. The overall condition is good with thick glaze remains. The unglazed base shows a clear tubular support and some sea shells and other marine growth. This growth is just another provenance factor of many centuries on the bottom of the sea. There is an overall feeling of softness and perfection with the dish when handled. It was made at the Ban Pa Yang kilns in Sisatchanalai which were operated by Chinese celadon potters from the famous celadon kilns at Longquan in China. For more information about the Royal Nanhai shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/royalnanhai.html
      The dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 31 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo                                              

      More information about Chinese and Sisatchanalai (Sawankhalok) celadon wares and Sukhothai underglaze plates and the general importance of the Turiang shipwreck, click here
      Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN-1136
      This 560 year old celadon dish recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck. The dish is totally intact and shows good, thick, glaze condition. The dish is decorated with a classical 'wave and coma pattern' pattern on the border and a lotus flower, in profile, in the well. The seashells growing on the surface is not only beautiful but also add to the provenance of the dish, showing its long stay on the seabed. All this is enhanced by an perfectly carved foliated rim! The dish is made at the Ban Pa Yang kilns at Sisatchanalai which was operated by Chinese celadon potters from the famous celadon kilns at Longquan in China.To view a video about the exact place where this dish was made, click here. For more information about the Royal Nana shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/royalnanhai.htmlThe dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity
      Size: 30.5 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo
                                                                    
      550 year old Celadon bowls
      These celadon bowls were recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck and are therefore 550 years old. They were made at the Sisatchanalai kilns by immigrating Chinese potters, starting celadon production in the area from about AD.1370. The base normally shows a clear tubular support scar. and in some a reoxidizing color. All this is added provenance factors. These bowls will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity                   
      Ser. No. RN-36
      A good intact celadon bowl with thick and soft-feel glaze covering. there is a weak re-oxidizing scar in the base.

      Size 10 cm diameter
      Shipping weight: 0.50 kilo

      Ser. No. RN-2241
      RARE & ONE OF A KIND
      water dropper.
      Size: Height: 7 cm
      Shipping weight: 0.35 kg

      Sisatchanalai celadon dish Ser. No. RN6-185

      This 550 year old celadon dish was recovered from the Royal Nanhai (AD. 1460) shipwreck. The rim is gently foliated and the dish has good glaze all around. The base show a clear scar of a tubular support which adds to the provenance of the dish. There is a small, short, rim fill which is hard to see as it is in the foliated pattern -try to find at 9 o'clock. The dish was made at the historical kilns at Sisatchanalai which were operated by Chinese celadon potters from the famous celadon kilns at Longquan in China. 'To view a video about the exact place where this dish was made, click here. The dish will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity    

      Size: 29.5 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.6 kilo 

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      Ser. No. RN-892
      Nice intact celadon bowl with nice glaze covering and few glaze 'teardrop' at the foot ring. There is some external deterioration
      Size 14.5 cm diameter
      Shipping weight: 0.50 kilo

      Ming dynasty Chinese celadon plate. No. T-937

      Another Chinese celadon plate from the Turiang (AD. 1370) shipwreck  The plate is totally intact and shows thick satin glaze finish. It has high pitch resonance sound when tapped suggested it was fired at very high temperature. For more information about the Turiang shipwreck, go to   http://www.xwyyw.cn/turiang.html The plate will be delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity

      Size: 25 cm Diameter
      Shipping weight: 2.5 kilo                                        

      Ser. No. RN-321
      A very nice and intact celadon bowl with thick glaze remains and beautiful striations on the exterior.

      Size: 13 cm diameter
      Shipping weight: 0.50 kilo
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