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Hoi An Shipwreck jarlet with birds, Vietnamese, 15th century

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Blue and white pottery jarlet, boldly painted with lively 'chích chòe' birds and grasses Vietnam, made at Chu Dau,
latter 15th Century.

Recovered from the Hoi An shipwreck in 1999
Size: 4.5x5.5cm
Only 1 left

Availability: In stock

Condition: obvious signs of being underwater, but quite good despite its 500 year ordeal.
References: This wreck was discovered by fishermen in the late 1990’s, offshore from the Vietnamese town of Hoi An. The wares were made at Chu Dau, near Hanoi, where an excavated kiln site of the period matches the shipwreck finds exactly. The ship is believed to have been wrecked in the 1480’s, and was on its way to South-East Asian markets. The recovered goods were surveyed by the Oxford University Archaeological unit, recovered, conserved, and sold in the US in 2001.

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