Eye-appealing pendant highlighting the delicate design on blue on white porcelain shard from the K’ang Hsi period (China 1662-1722). Recovered off 1733 Fleet site north of Key West, FL. Intricate gold filled wire wrap enhances this alluring piece of history.
- In the late 1600s-1700s, this type of blue on white porcelain was produced in Jingdezhen region of southern China as common everyday ware specifically for commercial export to the West.
- Commonly used as ballast on the ships and retrieved off 1733 Fleet site north of Key West, FL.
- Intricate handcrafted gold filled wire wrapped setting. Chain not included.
With this purchase, we include a BONUS document sharing the fascinating history of the porcelain and shipwreck with this affordable piece of history.
Certificate of Authenticity and BONUS document with detailed history included