Arts of Asia
The Asian Arts & Antiques Magazine. Special discounted rate for SEACS members here.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford – Collection Highlights: Eastern Art

Asia House, London

Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Asian Art Newspaper

Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore

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Auction house

The British Museum

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Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia: Collections in the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Lists museums and art galleries around the world with Chinese collections

The Chinese Ceramic Society

Christie’s Auction House

Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, USA
(hosted Hiroko Hara and Shigeharu Takahashi Collection of Asian Trade Ceramics)

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Dawn Rooney’s Cultural Archive
This archive comprises thirty years of research by Dawn F. Rooney on the artistic heritage of Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam)

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The Fitzwilliam Museum
Freer + Sackler Galleries Collections | Exhibitions | Online ExhibitionsFriends of the Museums, Singaporeback to top

Antique Chinese Porcelain Collector’s Help and Info Page

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Indonesian National Museum, Jakarta

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Jewel of Muscat
Videos, photos & information on the reconstruction of a 9th-century Arab ship, and its historic voyage from Oman to Singapore

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Lam Pin Foo’s blog

Los Angeles County Museum of Art: LACMA Collections Online
(best to do a search on country you are interested in, e.g. Burma ceramics, Thailand ceramics or Vietnam ceramics etc)

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Maritime Asia
A resource for shipwrecks in the waters surrounding Southeast Asia, shipwreck ceramics, ship construction and technology, a chronology of shipwrecks, and links to related museum exhibitions

Maritime Explorations
Michael Flecker’s website

Musee Guimet, Paris

Minneapolis Institute of Art
A resource for museum visitors, teachers, students, and everyone interested in Asian art, culture, and history. The Arts of Asia features objects from The Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ permanent collection, and explores several cross-cultural Asian themes.

The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka

Muzium Seni Asia at the University of Malaya
Has the other half of the original University of Singapore collection.  They claim to have over 2,000 ceramics in their collection.

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National Heritage Board, Singapore

National Library Board, Singapore

National Museum of Singapore

National University of Singapore Museum

National Museum of Vietnamese History

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Orchid Press
A wide range of books devoted to Asia

The Oriental Ceramic Society, London

The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong Limited

Oriental Museum, Durham

Orientations magazine
The magazine for collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art

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Reading Public Museum
Included in their collection is The Mullen Family Collection of Southeast Asian Earthenwares from the Neolithic Period to the 19th Century

The Riesco Collection of Chinese Ceramics @ Museum of Croydon

Roger Keverne Limited
Fine & rare Chinese works of art and ceramics

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

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Seapots: Southeast Asian Pottery

Select Books, Singapore
Specialising in books on Asia, including wide range of art books, and a sub-section of books on the topics of ceramics and porcelain 

Shanghai Museum

Shipwreck Asia
Shipwreck Asia is a regional shipwreck/ship remains database to promote an international study about maritime cultural heritage management in Asia

Shipwrecked Ceramics @ Victoria & Albert Museum

Siam Society

Singapore Art Museum

Singapore Tyler Print Institute

Sir Percival David Collection @ British Museum

Sotheby’s Auction House

The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog

Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Bangkok | Newsletters   

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Taipei Palace Museum

Terracotta Warriors & Horses Museum, Xi’an

Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul

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The University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG), Hong Kong

University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology
The UMMA houses a collection of Southeast Asian ceramics collected by Dr. Carl Guthe while in the Philippines in the 1920s

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Victoria and Albert Museum


Zetterquist Galleries, New York

SOURCE: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

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