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 - Chinese Ceramics in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: The Ming and Qing Dynasties
Chinese Ceramics in the Collection of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: The Ming and Qing Dynasties

Book by Jorg, Christiaan J. A.

  • Brand: Brand: Philip Wilson Pub Ltd
  • ASIN: 0856674893
 - Ming Pottery and Porcelain (Faber Monographs on Pottery and Porcelain)
Ming Pottery and Porcelain (Faber Monographs on Pottery and Porcelain)

Book by Jenyns, Soame

  • Brand: Brand: Faber Faber
  • ASIN: 0571148417
 - Chinese ceramics from Japanese collections: T'ang through Ming Dynasties
Chinese ceramics from Japanese collections: T'ang through Ming Dynasties

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Asia Society and three other museums. Table of contents, preface, foreword, acknowledgments, list of lenders, map of Chinese ceramic centers, list of noted historic collections, glossary, selected bibliography. Color and black and white illustrations throughout. Dust jacket lightly soiled. 135+ 1 pages. cloth, dust jacket. 8vo..

  • Brand: Brand: Asia Society Inc.,N.Y.
  • ASIN: 0878480498
 - Peranakan Chinese Porcelain: Vibrant Festive Ware of the Straits Chinese
Peranakan Chinese Porcelain: Vibrant Festive Ware of the Straits Chinese

With over 800 unique photographs, this Chinese art book is a feast for the eyes.Produced exclusively for wealthy Chinese communities along the Strait of Malacca in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Peranakan Chinese porcelain is enjoying a resurgence of interest among collectors.Straits-born Chinese, or Peranakans, in Penang, Malacca and Singapore, used this ornate and colorful enamelware on festive occasions such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and Chinese New Year.Peranakan Chinese Porcelain is richly illustrated and includes key information on reign marks and factory marks. In-depth discussion of the motifs, colors, forms and functions of Peranakan Chinese ceramics makes this an invaluable reference. Supporting photographs and text introduce related aspects of Peranakan culture including architecture, dress, cuisine and customs, making Peranakan Chinese Porcelain a wonderful contribution to the history of the Straits Chinese.

  • ASIN: 0804848181
 - Early Ming wares of Chingtechen,
Early Ming wares of Chingtechen,

1970 reprint of 1938 book; fairly rare; 102 pgs plus small map

  • ASIN: 0853312753
 - The Stonewares of Yixing: From the Ming Period to the Present Day
The Stonewares of Yixing: From the Ming Period to the Present Day

  • ASIN: 0856671819
 - The Wares of the Ming Dynasty. Signed and Presented By R. L. Hobson to A. L. Hetherington
The Wares of the Ming Dynasty. Signed and Presented By R. L. Hobson to A. L. Hetherington

R. L. Hobson was curator of Chinese ceramics at the British Museum and considered the greatest authority on the subject, authoring many celebrated books. This is number 922 of the limited first edition run of 1500 printed in 1923. Hardcover: 276 pages, 11 colour plates protected with lettered tissue with an additional 117 monochrome illustrations, 240 pages of text, bibliography and index. Brown cloth boards with gilt titles.

  • ASIN: B00EON0WTI
 - Objectifying China: Ming and Qing Dynasty Ceramics and Their Stylistic Influences Abroad
Objectifying China: Ming and Qing Dynasty Ceramics and Their Stylistic Influences Abroad

Porcelain, with its fine white body, delicately painted decoration and associations with China’s culture and vast wealth, has long delighted and captivated people in the West, as well as across the whole of Asia and the Islamic world. This catalogue accompanies the exhibition Objectifying China Ming and Qing Dynasty Ceramics and Their Stylistic Influences Abroad, held at the University Museum and Art Gallery of The University of Hong Kong. The work explores the production of Chinese porcelain and other ceramics for both export and the domestic market, and the many responses to these wares made overseas using local materials and decorative techniques. The objects are considered from a variety of perspectives as the product of skilled artisans, valuable trade commodities, useful objects for daily life and as important evidence of cultural interaction.

  • ASIN: 9881902517
 - Chinese Ceramics: Han Period to Ming Period (206 B.C. - 1643)
Chinese Ceramics: Han Period to Ming Period (206 B.C. - 1643)

This special edition of 'Chinese Ceramics : Han Period to Ming Period (206 B.C. - 1643)' was written by J.J. Marquet de Vasselot and Marie Juliette Ballot, and first published in 1922, making it just shy of a century old. The book covers the different periods in Chinese Ceramics and includes Han, Tang, Sung, Yuan and Ming. It also discusses the factories that made the Ceramics during the different eras, and their Maker's Marks and styles. This fabulous old book is an absolute essential addition to the libraries of all those interested in the history of Chinese Ceramics. IMPORTANT NOTE – Please read BEFORE buying! THIS BOOK IS A REPRINT. IT IS NOT AN ORIGINAL COPY. This book is a reprint edition and is a perfect facsimile of the original book. It is not set in a modern typeface and has not been digitally enhanced. As a result, some characters and images might suffer from slight imperfections, blurring, or minor shadows in the page background. This book appears exactly as it did when it was first printed. DISCLAIMER : Due to the age of this book, some methods, beliefs, or practices may have been deemed unsafe, undesirable, or unacceptable in the interim years. In utilizing the information herein, you do so at your own risk. We republish antiquarian books without judgment, s...

  • ASIN: 1717222455
 - China Ming and qing dynasties · porcelain records
China Ming and qing dynasties · porcelain records

The Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and the qing dynasty (1644-1911) were the periods when the production of Chinese porcelain reached its peak in both quantity and quality.It is characterized by the great development of colored porcelain.The glazed varieties that form the glazed glazed pottery are various in color. "the glazed glazed pottery that features ji red, alum red, ji green, pink green, Holly, violet and green, gold, silver, blackedness and various colors are scattered at will."The establishment of jingdezhen as the "porcelain capital" made jingdezhen kiln dominate the porcelain altar of Ming and qing dynasties for hundreds of years until today.At that time, various colors of glaze and painted porcelain are the outstanding representative of jingdezhen porcelain level.

  • ASIN: B07NWJ9XDK

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