May 14, 2016 · The Vase was donated to the Asian Civilisation Museum by the late Tan Tze Chor. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Kangxi Blue and white big vase with decoration of battle scene kohnk1. May 14, 2016 · Those wares with green splashes are among the best in the ceramics cargo in the Belitung wreck. Belitung wreck Tang wares with green splashes in Asian Civilisation Museum Antique Chinese.
Asian Civilisations Museum. To the Jury for the President’s Design Award. The Kangxi Emperor –Treasures from the Forbidden City instantly struck the visitor with its vivid colours and subtle graphics that convey clearly the theme of the exhibition. The setting certainly enhanced the excellent collection that was brought in for the exhibition. On September 16, 2006, the Museum officially launched its new logo with a new slogan The Asian Civilisations Museum — Where Asian Cultures Come Alive!. This new logo reflects the museum's unique location by the historic Singapore River, the source and origin of Singapore multicultural society, which the ACM presents in its collection.
Dehua blue and white (Kangxi to Early Qianlong Period) The earliest piece I have seen is the below gu vase in the Asian civilisation Museum in Singapore. It is attributed to the Mid 17th century. Similar gu shape form was found in the Hatcher cargo. The shading method used for the mountain is not unknown during the Chongzhen period as can. Blue glazes were first developed by ancient Mesopotamians to imitate lapis lazuli, which was a highly prized stone.Later, a cobalt blue glaze became popular in Islamic pottery during the Abbasid Caliphate, during which time the cobalt was mined near Kashan, Oman, and .