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The Gotheborg.com Website is designed to be a collectors one stop information resource for all things related to collecting Chinese and Japanese Porcelain. It is very extensive, with several thousands of pages available at no cost. For you who just want to navigate around this vast site, here is a map over the most important sections.

email consultationsQuick Email Consultations

If you need a quick answer on any
Antique Chinese porcelain related question you might have,
you are welcome to e-mail me directly.

Discussion Board
(Membership required)

On the Discussion Board are more than 250,000 photos of Chinese and Japanese porcelain with accompanying discussions on authenticity and age. Right now maybe 20-30 different pieces are discussed simultaneously by different interest groups. If you own or have inherited a collection, or if you are planning to spend more than a few $ on Asian Ceramics, a membership in the Gotheborg.com Discussion Board is a good idea. This is the worlds largest collector's society, the best study and learning resource in this area and is known to be very reliably in their assessments.

Porcelain Marks
(1500 Chinese and Japanese)

Travels and Documents China Travels and Documents
(Old and New)

Chinese Porcelain Basics
(Export and Qing Dynasty)

Chinese Porcelain Q&A Pages
(public email questions)

The History of China
(The Country)

Glossary of Chinese porcelain terms Glossary
of Chinese Porcelain Terms

Tommy Eklöf Dating Chinese Porcelain
BEST BOOKS

(Recommended best books)

There are lots of good books out there but no book covers everything. Here is a selection of recommended book on Chinese and Japanese porcelain.

FOR SALE SECTION

Gotheborg arival in Canton The East Indiaman Gotheborg
(Ship Replica Project)

The 'Hong' Trade Offices in Canton The Swedish East India Company
Trading to China 1731-1813

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