Hoi an shipwreck dish, daisy spray, late 15th century

$680.00 AUD

Hoi An shipwreck dish, the deep form painted with a large central daisy spray, scrolling foliage to the border.

From the Hoi An wreck, Vietnamese, late 15th century

Diameter: 23cm

Extremely good condition, with lustrous glaze. One small chip to rim 

This wreck was discovered by fishermen in the late 1990’s, offshore from the Vietnamese town of Hoi An. The wares were made at of Chu Dau, near Hanoi, where a kiln site of the period matched the wares exactly. The ship was 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, and sold in the US in 2001.

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23cm

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This wreck was discovered by fishermen in the late 1990’s, offshore from the Vietnamese town of Hoi An. The wares were made at of Chu Dau, near Hanoi, where a kiln site of the period matched the wares exactly. The ship was 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, and sold in the US in 2001.

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