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  • Swatow ware — or Swatow is a common name for a group of mainly late Ming Dynasty export porcelain from China intended for the South East Asian market.One of the probable reasons for this trade developing out of Swatow, or present day Shantou, has to do with… …   Wikipedia

  • Swatow (disambiguation) — Swatow (Swátōw or Suátāo) may mean:* Swatow, the Min Chinese name for the city of Shantou. * Swatow ware, the name used to describe a group of coarse Chinese export porcelain …   Wikipedia

  • Swatow Operation — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Swatow Operation Operation partof= the Second Sino Japanese War caption= date=June 1939 place=Shantou casus= territory= result= Japanese victory combatant1=flagicon|Japan|naval Imperial Japanese Navy… …   Wikipedia

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  • Swatow — geographical name see Shantou …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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