Dating chinese pottery

We study and offer for sale Ming dynasty bowls and plates as well as Chinese porcelain antique.

Our Ming porcelain is in addition also confirmed by our research in Jingdezhen in China at the same time as we confirmed the origin of our Yixing teapots.

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.

Our shipwreck pottery, artifacts and other Ming porcelain and pottery are well researched.

The Yixing teapots we find are from the Qing dynasty.

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