Cau Mau Shipwreck Blue and White Chinese Export Porcelain Clump on Custom Stand
Unusual clump of blue and white porcelain cups from the Cau Mau shipwreck recovered in 1998 near Vietnam. The tea cups are fused together by fire and marine encrustation. A vast cargo of 18th-Century Chinese porcelain was recovered from a shipwreck in the Cau Mau province in 1998. Nearly 100,000 artefacts were found. 76,000 wares were auctioned by Sotheby's in Amsterdam in 2007.
WIDTH: 6 in | HEIGHT: 9 in | DEPTH: 6 in
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CONDITION: antique condition, wear commensurate w/age