Shipwrecked porcelain from South China Sea exhibited at Boundary Island
An exhibition hall housing a number of Chinese porcelain artifacts from an ancient shipwreck discovered in the South China Sea reopened to the public at Boundary Island, Lingshui County recently, after renovation.
Many precious cultural porcelain artifacts at the hall including bowls, plates, pots and bottles were believed to be produced in the Northern Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties.
These porcelain artifacts have yielded important archaeological evidence about the ancient Marine Silk Road trade route linking ancient China with the Western world.
The Boundary Island marine cultural scenic spot has three exhibition series, namely, Coral Hall, Dolphin Bay and South China Sea Shipwrecked Porcelain Hall.