Barco Chino Tek Sing..1822..Naufragio.
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Conocido como “el Titanic de Oriente“, esta embarcación china de 50 metros de longitud golpeó un arrecife cerca de Indonesia y se hundió el día 6 de febrero de 1.822, dejando un estimado de 1.600 fallecidos.
Chinese Ship wreck Porcelain bowl- TEK -SING wreck 1822

Chinese Ship wreck Porcelain bowl- TEK -SING wreck 1822

Two C1822 Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowls Landscape design

Two Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowls Landscape design

Porcelain Bowl. The ship sank February 6, 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a shortcut through the Gaspar Strait. Tek Sing ran aground on a reef and sank in about 100 feet of water.  On May 12, 1999, British marine salvor Michael Hatcher discovered the wreck of the Tek Sing. See more at londoncoin.com

Porcelain Bowl

The ship sank February 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a sh…

A Late 17thc Chinese Porcelain Blue and White Footed Bowl From The Shipwrecked Large Junk Tek-Sing (True Star) Lost In The South China Sea in 1822 and Rediscovered 1999.A Remarkable Survivor This Bowl Retains Its Original Decoration With a Little Fading as Would Be Expected After Its Long Sojourn In

Tek-Sing Ship Wreck Cargo Chinese Porcelain Bowl

A Late 17thc Chinese Porcelain Blue and White Footed Bowl From The Shipwrecked Large Junk Tek-Sing (True Star) Lost In The South China Sea in 1822 and Rediscovered 1999.A Remarkable Survivor This Bowl Retains Its Original Decoration With a Little Fading as Would Be Expected After Its Long Sojourn In

Porcelain Spoon. The ship sank February 6, 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a shortcut through the Gaspar Strait. Tek Sing ran aground on a reef and sank in about 100 feet of water. In addition to a crew of 200, the Tek Sing was carrying approximately 1,600 passengers. Ships passing the debris of the wreck managed to rescue only 200 survivors.

Porcelain Spoon

The ship sank February 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a sh…

Large C1822 Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowl fungus flowers bush & Bat

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Large C1822 Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowl fungus flowers bush & Bat

1822 A.D China TEK SING Ship Wreck Porcelain Rice Bowl - Full Glaze & Detail.VF

1822 A.D China TEK SING Ship Wreck Porcelain Rice Bowl - Full Glaze & Detail.VF

Porcelain Bowl. The ship sank February 6, 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a shortcut through the Gaspar Strait. Tek Sing ran aground on a reef and sank in about 100 feet of water. The Tek Sing has yielded the largest and most spectacular haul of antique Chinese porcelain ever salvaged- 350,000 pieces! See more at londoncoin.com

Porcelain Bowl

The ship sank February 1822 in an area of the South China Sea known as the Belvidere Shoals. After a month at sea, Tek Sing’s captain, Lo Tauko made the fateful decision to attempt a sh…

chinese tek sing ship wreck porcelain bowl landscape  15 x 6.4 cm;  Tek Sing means true star sank 1822;discovered 1999

chinese tek sing ship wreck porcelain bowl landscape 15 x cm; Tek Sing means true star sank 1999

Swatow Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowl Landscape design C 1822 no4

Swatow Chinese Tek Sing Ship Wreck porcelain bowl Landscape design C 1822

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