The Tek Sing Treasure Chinese "Cash Coin" and Hand-Painted Porcelain Bowl Collectible Set
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Overview & Details
Own a piece of history. Often referred to as "the Titanic of the East," the Tek Sing was a Chinese vessel that sank in 1822. And until its 1999 rediscovery, the cargo laid untouched. This collectible set includes an intact hand-painted porcelain bowl and copper Chinese "cash coin" pulled directly from the wreckage. With a sleek display box and certificate of authenticity, it's a true treasure you won't want to keep hidden.
What You Get
- Copper Chinese "cash coin"
- Hand-painted porcelain bowl
- Cardboard display box
- Certificate of authenticity
Good to Know
|Measurements:||Approx. 107mm (4.21") in diameter|
Chinese "Cash Coin"
|Measurements:||Approx. 5-1/2"L x 5-1/2"W x 4-3/4"H|
- Sank in the South China Sea on February 6, 1822
- Completely intact porcelain bowl and Chinese "cash coin" pulled from the shipwreck in 1999
Certificate of authenticity
- Limited edition of 500
- Includes historical details about the Tek Sing shipwreck and rediscovery
Cool piece and story
A very cool piece of history and in very good condition for being over 100 years old.Thebingoman214, MDWas this review helpful? 1 out of 1 found this review helpful
can not beat this price for a shipwreck itemwymoonman, WYWas this review helpful? 0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Not as expected
I was excited to recieve my package but was very disappointed after I opened it. My bowl is not blue and white. It is an ugly "beige" color with darker "beige" design. The coins markings were slim to none. I went online and looked at Tek Sing pottery for sale and also watched the HSN video again. Almost all the pottery is nice white with blue designs... White like the one they showed when selling on HSN. Sending back as it is not an attractive piece and I can get a WHITE one online for similar $$$.Nicole, NEWas this review helpful? 1 out of 1 found this review helpful