**RARE** Authentic 15th Century A.D. Burmese Celadon Large Plate

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Seller: acmer ✉️ (105) 100%, Location: Klongsan District, BA, TH, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 192148476475 **RARE** Authentic 15th Century A.D. Burmese Celadon Large Plate. 100% authentic, 14th-16th century antique. Green Celadon Plate, from Pegu Kingdom in Bago, Myanmar. This item is stylishly bold and strong. Width 30 cm. It will look very nice in the gallery, living room, or executive office. This is 100% antique, NOT reproduction. Pegu was the capital of ancient Hanthawaddy Kingdom of "Mon" ethnic group in Southern Myanmar. In 16th century, King Bayinnaung from Burman ethnic group in North Myanmar conquered Hanthawaddy and made it the capital and the commanding center for his very large empire. At his peak, he ruled over other kings in Southeast Asia including most of Thailand today, parts of Laos, parts of Yunnan Province in China, parts of Malay, parts of Cambodia. Pegu was then the center of Southeast Asia's art, politics, and military power. However, following Bayinnaung's death in 1581, Pegu was destroyed by the fighting for throne and heavy warfare afterward. Very little amount of artifacts survives from that era to today. Pottery from that era is extremely rare. The item like this reminds us for the glory of the once mighty kingdom in Pegu, as there is nothing much left for us to see today. This item was discovered from the burials near Thai-Burma Border in Tak Province. Thai archaeologists believes that these burials were for Thai settlers that lived along the border between Thai kingdom and Burmese kingdom. These settlers were quite well traded because, in the burial sites, they not only found large quantity of ceramics from Sawankhalok Kilns (Sukhothai and Ayutthaya Kingdom), Sankampang Kilns (Lanna Kingdom) but also found substantial quantity of Chinese ceramics (already popular at that time) from Southern Song, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties and some quantity of Vietnamese and Khmer. Around 1569 A.D. after major wars between Thai and Burmese broke out, the area was loosing its population and soon abandoned, only became re-occupied three hundreds year later by hill tribe people that migrated into the area in 20th century. From all ceramics found, very few are in superb condition similar to this item. Same ceramics found from these sites are currently exhibited at renowned Southeast Asia Ceramic Museum on Bangkok University's Rangsit Campus in north Bangkok. Shipping and Handling We will ship via EMS (with a tracking number and insurance). Payment We accept PayPal only. Please make your payment within 7 days. Import Tax In buyer's country, buyer is responsible for the import duties, taxes, and charges. You can find more duty information at dutycalculator.com. We will write the sales price on the invoice unless you contact us. If you want us to write lower cost on the invoice, please let us know when make your payment. Please understand that you may lose insurance coverage in that case. Condition: Original. No repair. Perfect except small chip at footrim., Region of Origin: Burma, Age: Pre-1800, Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery, Original/Reproduction: Original, Type: Plates, Color: Green

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