'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Collection
A unique hand-made Chinese Tek Sing Lotus chinaware trio collection created in the late 1700's and early 1800's
Exclusively available from The Bradford Exchange – you won't find this edition anywhere else!
Each edition is hand-made in China in the late 1700's and early 1800's
Each edition's interior showcases two concentric bands of petals around a central spiral with alternating Lingzhi-fungus and fruiting peach or flowering lotus sprays
Each edition's exterior feature a similar design
A unique Tek Sing sunken treasure collection, exclusive to The Bradford Exchange – The Tek Sing was without doubt one of the great trading vessels of her day. The length of half a football pitch (50m), with a main mast that stood over six storeys high (30m), she set sail from Amoy in China bound for Java in 1822. Just a few days from her destination tragedy struck. In a storm the Tek Sing ran aground on a small reef – the force of the strike was as devastating as an explosion. Badly holed, and completely unnavigable, the Tek Sing sank to the sandy bottom in around 100 feet of water.
Almost 200 years later, Captain Mike Hatcher – an experienced wreck hunter – was searching the seas around the Belvidere Reef. After several weeks of searching the divers made a curious find. Firstly, a large iron hoop around a meter wide, then another, and another at regularly-spaced intervals. Later it was realised that these rings were used to strengthen the wooden mast of a sailing ship – and this mast must have been around 100ft in length! The divers followed the rings to the site of the wreck.
Hatcher’s salvage vessel set off back to Singapore with the largest ever haul of antique porcelain.
Now you can own one of the antique porcelain sets found within the wreck itself! Hand-made in the late 1700's and early 1800's, each edition within the 'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Collection showcases a lotus-style interior design of two concentric bands of petals around a central spiral with alternating Lingzhi-fungus and fruiting peach or flowering lotus sprays. The exteriors feature similar decoration.
Each edition be sent on approval once every 3-4 weeks. Opportunity to collect up to 3 unique editions. You may cancel at any time. Don't miss out on this antique treasure collection. Order now!
The exclusive 'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Collection from The Bradford Exchange features:
- The 'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Collection is available from The Bradford Exchange
- Each edition is hand-made in China in the late 1700's and early 1800's
- Each edition's interior showcases two concentric bands of petals around a central spiral with alternating Lingzhi-fungus and fruiting peach or flowering lotus sprays
- Each edition's exterior feature a similar design
- Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity
- Comes with our famous 365-day guarantee
- Please note: stands are not included
Ordering a Collection by Subscription Plan is for Smart Collectors:
- Reserve the entire 'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Collection from The Bradford Exchange in your name so you never risk an increase on the price of other editions within this collection, or miss a single issue of this collection
- Each issue will be shipped to you for your review, every 3-4 weeks (pending availability), at the same low issue price and charged to the credit card on which your order was placed. No need to order each one separately
- You may cancel your collection at any time with no obligation
- 'Tek Sing Sunken Treasure' Bowl is available for £99.96 (plus £9.99 S&H). Issue two is £159.96 and issue three is £139.96. Each issue to be sent every 3-4 weeks as they become available