The Götheborg ship was launched in 1738 and made its first trip to China the following year.
In total there were 3 trips to China but in 1745 the ship was lost just before sailing into Gothenburg harbour.
The ship lay on the ground and stood there and much of the cargo, which consisted of tea, crockery, spices and silk, could be saved.
For many years, the wreckage was visible on the surface of the water, but eventually there were only debris on the bottom. In 1984, a few divers went down to the wreckage and picked up the remains of the cargo.
Among other things, lots of porcelain screens.
These are sold today as souvenirs to tourists.
I have bought some of these pieces and based on these I will do something for the exhibition.