Nanking Chinese Shipwreck Recovered Cargo Large Size'Bowl Shaped Jug' c1750. Blue and white'bowl shaped jug. Painted with scholar on a rocky bank in a mountainous landscape with a bridge leading towards retreats and a two storey pavilion amongst trees, with a pagoda on the distant island below a border of trellis pattern. The handle with a formal flower spray at the right, angles to the spout.
Size including handle: 22cm If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. The Nanking Cargo Shipwreck c1750 The Nanking cargo is the most famous of the shipwreck cargoes. It attracted worldwide media attention when it was auctioned by Christies Amsterdam in April 1986. She set sail from Canton on December 18th 1751 bound for Amsterdam. The valuable cargo consisted of over 160,000 pieces of porcelain, tea, raw silk, textiles and one hundred and forty five gold ingots.On January 3rd 1752, after 16 days sailing the Geldermalsen hit a reef and sank in the South China Sea. I spent four days viewing the porcelain in order to select the nicer pieces. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Porcelain".
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