Nanking Shipwreck Cargo Large'Pagoda Riverscape' Pattern Tea Bowl & Saucer. A Nanking Cargo porcelain tea bowl and saucer decorated in the'Pagoda Riverscape' pattern featuring a double-roofed pagoda on a rocky riverbank. This set is the larger. Of the two sizes that were salvaged. Christie's labels to the bases, both lot number 5063.The tea bowl measures 4cm tall and 7.5cm in diameter; the saucer has a diameter of 12cm. The tea bowl has some minor wear to the rim along with one small chip and an associated hairline and the saucer has a tiny firing crack to the rim; both pieces have typical. Please see all photos for confirmation of condition.
(Please note - the wooden stand is not included). On Monday January 3, 1752, the.
Struck a reef on her return journey to the Netherlands and sank in the South China Sea. For final transportation to the Netherlands. Struck a reef on her return journey to the Netherlands and sank in the South China Sea on January 3, 1752. Chinese Export Porcelain and Gold.
Two hundred and thirty five years later.