Nanking Cargo "Peony Rock" Pattern Bowl c1750 Size 14.5cm in diameter. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact. This bowl is painted with a brown rim, depicting Peony, Bamboo, and Chrysanthemum and flowering Peach issuing from a rocky terrace on the exterior, a Camellia spray in the interior below a Trellis pattern border. The Nanking Cargo Shipwreck Story c1750 The Nanking cargo is the most famous of the shipwreck cargoes.It attracted world wide media attention when it was auctioned by Christies Amsterdam in April 1986. The ships name was'The Geldermalsen' belonging to the Dutch East India Company. She set sail from Canton on December 18th 1751 bound for Amsterdam. The valuable cargo consisted of over 160,000 pieces of porcelain, tea, raw silk, textiles and one hundred and forty five gold ingots. On January 3rd 1752, after 16 days sailing the Geldermalsen hit a reef and sank in the South China Sea. I spent four days viewing the porcelain in order to select the nicer pieces. The item "Nanking Chinese Shipwreck Porcelain Cargo Peony Rock Pattern Bowl c1750" is in sale since Monday, December 10, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Porcelain". The seller is "joblackdog" and is located in Norwich. This item can be shipped worldwide.