Shipwreck crockery (Bowl) on metal stand


Very nice old shipwreck crockery (here a bowl) presented on a black metal stand - available in three heights.

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Available to order 2 to 4 weeks

194,90 € tax excl.

Without shipping cost

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Main materials of the structure:Enameled ceramic
Type of production :Handcrafted by hand
Specificities :As it is an artisanal manufacture: the dimensions, sculptures, marquetry, colors may vary slightly and evolve.
Other specificities :Sold with stand
Cleaning method :Dust-proof wipe + sponge wash with soapy water - No chemicals

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Discovered in the coffers of a wreck of a Chinese junk that sailed the seas of Indonesia in the 18th century, this remarkable tableware dates from the Ching Dynasty.

Each bowl, in exceptional colours, from celadon green to powder pink hemmed with mother-of-pearl, is strewn with shells and century-old sediments, moving witnesses of maritime expeditions of the time.

These bowls are sold with 3 possible base heights (to be specified when ordering) and elegantly presented on the matte black "museum piece" metal support.
For example, you can order the 3 heights available to create a set of 3 objects.

Fabulous and original decorative accessory, can also be a really unusual atypical gift idea to enhance your interior with taste.
Perfect for gifting or decorating!

Available heights (your choice): 27 cm (10"6) / 30 cm (11"8) / 34 cm (13"4).
Diameter: 16 cm / 6"3.
Depth: 9 cm / 3"5.

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