12917555099Had to start all over again in Assoziation with Asianglory because my Picture Web Hosting server does not exist anymore all my old pictures have gone. I have to List & Re-list everything new (pirate B
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Had to start all over again in Assoziation with 'Asianglory' because my Picture Web Hosting server does not exist anymore all my old pictures have gone.
I have to List & Re-list everything new (pirate Booty) at rock bottom prices I have enough to fill Davy Jonses Locker.
My Family have compiled a wealth of unique treasures, antiques and artworks from Asia especially Chinese antiques with a fantastic and mysterious history from travels. Japan, China, Thailand, Bali, Tibet, Cambodia, Taiwan, Burma and Vietnam.
Many of my items have been from years of collecting and accumulating from estates, private collections and contacts here in Asia. Some of my items are now for sale due to our house being over full/loaded (Pirate Booty) plus we have 2 rooms at the rear of my house also full. Many items have been in my family for many years rather than leaving them all boxed up. I would rather sell them on for your pleasure of displaying them in your home, office, Retail Business etc.
You also will find on my auction pages some unusual objects/Items not normally associated with Antiques for instance Gold & Diamond Jewelry, brand name watches, Stamps and a variety of other non related antique items which makes this unique from other sellers.
Due to the fact 1 of my family members is a Pawnbroker which is why I will be offering the above mention extra items to my sales.
All I ask is give me a try you will not be disappointed.
15th-18th Century Chinese Shipwreck Bowl No.2
I have done a little research on this Bowl and it looks like this could well be a HOI AN medieval Bowl petal peony 15th C Anyone tell me more about this Please. Thanks for any info would be very gratefull. These treasures are from that era and are usually exceptionally hard to obtain. Size..12.5cm wide, by 5-3/4cm high
Condition It is in a condition typical for shipwreck stoneware of the period which have been exposed to salt water, sand, and storms, but is nonetheless intact, with no chips to the rim and no cracks or hairlines.
THE VALUE OF SHIPWRECKS, MARINE ARCHEOLOGY AND RELATED ANTIQUE POTTERY Shipwrecks which remain undisturbed on the seabed for centuries provide vital information about the past. The challenge of archeology is to understand the past by studying material traces. On land, archaeologists may excavate burial sites, lost monuments or deposited waste. At sea, marine archaeologists may excavate ships fully loaded with today's antique pottery. Object on board are usually assumed to be contemporary products dating from the year of sinking. Antique pottery recovered from such dated assemblages in the South China Sea, yield important clues about Asia's ceramics developments and associated maritime trade.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding this item. I try to do my best to describe my items with the upmost accuracy, however mistakes or overlooks are possible. So if you see something in my pictures or description that is not as described, please email me.
Stored and Boxed for many years by my uncle, I have more unusal 15th/16th century Bowls for sale this week 2 of which I have no idea about. So anyone out there can help me out with a descritption of the other 2 would very very helpfull. Starting slowly but surely to bring out the older Antiques now but still limited by Ebay because of my low feedback am only allowed to list 3 items of these at any one time. RARE AND HARD TO FIND, DO NOT MISS OUT !!!
Great pieces for any collection.
In gutem Zustand
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