Printed marks incorporating the Royal Arms are a 19th or 20th century date.
The first pieces were plain shapes with bright colors.
This ancient trade started sometime around the 4th century and lasted well into the 19th century.
Following a successful shipwreck discovery, the company obtain a government permit to excavate the wreckage, and then carry out detailed marine archaeological procedures in recovering the artifacts, mapping the ship's remains and securing other data for future research.
After 24 years of work, archeology has provided antique porcelain, antique China, Chinese ceramics, antique Chinese porcelain wares and other artifacts from ten shipwrecks dating between the 11th and the 19th century After sharing artefacts from these shipwrecks with the Malaysian National Museum, we are entitled to sell our portion of the antique porcelain, antique China, Chinese ceramics, antique Chinese porcelain wares and other artefacts Nanhai Marine Archaeology Sdn. was incorporated on the recommendation of the Malaysian authorities.
This was done in order to formalize and to expand on the founder’s extensive knowledge of Asia’s ceramic developments and maritime trade.