These are two Chinese Hoi An Shipwreck Pots, 14th-15th century A.D. A group of two tin-glazed squat jars each with basal ring and raised rim. Provenance: Private collection, Cambridgeshire, UK; acquired prior to 2000. Each pot has the official Hoi An Hoard label affixed to the bottom. The artefacts are in fine condition and measures 60mm high x 65mm diameter. Footnotes: Annamese Hoi An pottery was made in what is now Vietnam, in the kilns at Chu Dou, being the largest and most important kilns in the fourteenth to fifteenth century in the kingdom of Annam.
Price: 90.00

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Chinese Hoi An Shipwreck Pot Pair. NP Collectables
AA122 Chinese Hoi An Shipwreck Pot Pair
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