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Peng Chau Island in Hong Kong was once a thriving industrial powerhouse. In the 60s and 70s, the largest factory in Southeast Asia for making matches began to establish in the northwestern coast of this small island. Other large-scale factories included teak furniture, shipyards,tanneries, etc.  Light industry also flourished such as light bulb factories, cane-weaving industry, and many other types of handcrafts. 


During the heyday, Chiu Kee (超記) Porcelain Factory had 30 craftsmen including the late Master Lam Chiu and his wife who used their porcelain painting skills to feed their families - All painted in Peng Chau.

Handpainted Porcelain Tea Bowl Gaiwan by Chiu Kee

  • Artist: Chiu Kee

    Material: Porcelain

    Size: H10cm, 10cm dia.

    Product Code: PCK7

  • All of our items are individually handcrafted. As a result, products will have subtle variations from one piece to another. However, the images, descriptions, and measurements you find on our website accurately portray the products. If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact us via email.


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