The Hodroff Collection, the largest and most comprehensive of its kind in the world, closely mirrors the tastes of the private traders and is the ideal source of illustration for this pioneering work. The porcelain is divided into six groups according to use--dinner services, tea and coffee sets, drinking vessels, personal and everyday utensils, decorative vases, and human and animal figures--in broadly chronological arrangement, akin to the way in which is became available on the market. 350 color illustrations.
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