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Orientations

Published by Orientations (1984)

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About this Item: Orientations, 1984. Paperback. Condition: New. 74 pages, full-color illus. Articles: Jingdezhen Wares; Chinese Ivories; Chinese Bridges. New. 100% Money Back Guarantee! Ships within 1 business day, includes tracking. Carefully packed. Serving satisfied customers since 1987. Seller Inventory # mon0000025343

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Orientations - "The monthly magazine for collectors and connoisseurs of Asian Art", June 1984, Articles on:, Jingdezhen Ware of the Yuan Dynasty, Chinese Ivory Carving, Chinese Bridges,   Weight: 246g. Seller Inventory # 23029

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Edward Zhou

Published by The University of Hong Kong. University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong (2017)

ISBN 10: 9881902371 ISBN 13: 9789881902375

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About this Item: The University of Hong Kong. University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . Brand New Book. This catalogue is published to coincide with the University Museum and Art Gallery exhibition Painted Ceramics: Contemporary Treasures by Jingdezhen s National Masters from the Lamda Foundation. Often celebrated as the most Chinese of all art forms, the tradition of porcelain making and decoration in China is well known and exhaustively studied. Lesser known in this millennia-long history are the artworks by twentieth-century national masters who have continued their country s ceramic practice and achieved treasures representative of their heritage. Today, Jingdezhen has grown from an artists town into an important modern industrial base in Jiangxi Province. Its ceramic industry is flourishing and it has become varied in its scope, producing daily-use porcelain household wares, construction and electronic ceramics, as well as--in comparatively small quantities--ceramic art. This exhibition introduces Jingdezhen as a manufacturing site for artifacts, and it focuses on individual talents and the fame of a few master craftsmen, as well as their history and the uninterrupted production of unique high-quality porcelain objects of inherent beauty. The mastery and endurance of individual painters has left us an array of vessel shapes, compositions, and iconographic subject matter that is, at times, both historic and contemporary. The most famous types of porcelain decoration from Jingdezhen are famille-rose, linglong, blue-white and colour-glazed porcelains. All of these--in particular famille-rose, linglong and blue-white creations--continue to be mastered and, at times, re-interpreted by the national masters of our era. Displayed for the first time in public, these forty-four artworks by thirty-eight ceramicists represent the strength and ability of Jingdezhen s artistic community through changing times. Seller Inventory # AAU9789881902375

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About this Item: Hong Kong, April 2005., 2005. Condition: Sehr gut. Softcover, 88 pp., numerous illustrations, very good condition. Articles include: Asia in the Heart of Texas: A history of Collecting in San Antonio. The Lenora and Walter E. Brown Asian Art Wing at the San Antonio Museum of Art. Tales told in Porcelain: Jingdezhen Blue-and-White Wares at the San Antonio Museum of Art. Nomura Yozo: A Bridge Across the Pacific. Imagining Efficacy: The Common Ground between Buddhist and Daoist Pictorial Art in Song China. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Seller Inventory # 18855

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Edward Zhou

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About this Item: The University of Hong Kong. University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . Brand New Book. This catalogue is published to coincide with the University Museum and Art Gallery exhibition Painted Ceramics: Contemporary Treasures by Jingdezhen s National Masters from the Lamda Foundation. Often celebrated as the most Chinese of all art forms, the tradition of porcelain making and decoration in China is well known and exhaustively studied. Lesser known in this millennia-long history are the artworks by twentieth-century national masters who have continued their country s ceramic practice and achieved treasures representative of their heritage. Today, Jingdezhen has grown from an artists town into an important modern industrial base in Jiangxi Province. Its ceramic industry is flourishing and it has become varied in its scope, producing daily-use porcelain household wares, construction and electronic ceramics, as well as--in comparatively small quantities--ceramic art. This exhibition introduces Jingdezhen as a manufacturing site for artifacts, and it focuses on individual talents and the fame of a few master craftsmen, as well as their history and the uninterrupted production of unique high-quality porcelain objects of inherent beauty. The mastery and endurance of individual painters has left us an array of vessel shapes, compositions, and iconographic subject matter that is, at times, both historic and contemporary. The most famous types of porcelain decoration from Jingdezhen are famille-rose, linglong, blue-white and colour-glazed porcelains. All of these--in particular famille-rose, linglong and blue-white creations--continue to be mastered and, at times, re-interpreted by the national masters of our era. Displayed for the first time in public, these forty-four artworks by thirty-eight ceramicists represent the strength and ability of Jingdezhen s artistic community through changing times. Seller Inventory # AAU9789881902375

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Orientations - "The monthly magazine for collectors and connoisseurs of Asian Art", April 2005, Articles on:, Asia in the Heart of Texas: A history of Collecting in San Antonio, The Lenora and Walter E. Brown Asian Art Wing at the San Antonio Museum of Art, Tales tol in Porcelain: Jingdezhen Blue-and-White Wares at the San Antonio Museum of Art, Nomura Yozo: A Bridge Across the Pacific, Imagining Efficacy: The Common Ground between Buddhist and Daoist Pictorial Art in Song China, Wai Kam-ho (1924-2004) Weight: 297g. Seller Inventory # 22970

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Sotheby's

Published by Sotheby's, Hong Kong (2013)

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About this Item: Sotheby's, Hong Kong, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: As new. no jacket. First Edition. 30 pages with multiple color illustrations and full descriptive text, plus related essays & commentary. Falangcai of the Kangxi reign - porcelain from Jingdezhen painted in the Imperial workshops of the Forbidden City in Beijing with 'foreign enamels' - are among the rarest and most dazzling ceramic wares of the Qing dynasty. Hardcover, in very good clean condition, 'as new.' 12 by 9.25 inches. Seller Inventory # 810

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About this Item: Hongkong, 1984. Softcover. Condition: neuwertig. EA. Sauberes , seltenes Heft In englischer Sprache. 74 pages. 29x21. Seller Inventory # BN24128

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Liu Jingsheng

Published by China International Exhibition Agency (2000)

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About this Item: China International Exhibition Agency, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. 2000/144 pages This album, its first part devoted to the five major Song kilns¿aims to familiarize the general reader by way of textual pictorial introduction with Chinese porcelain and¿first of all¿the forms and glaze characteristics of porcelain produced at the five major kilns so that the reader can gain some professional knowledge and be better informed in appreciating Chinese porcelain. To give a fuller picture of China¿s porcelain making tradition¿other well-known kilns of the Song period¿such as the Cizhou, Yaozhou¿Jian¿Dehua and Jingdezhen kilns¿are also introduced. These were private kilns whose products¿though not as sophisticated in glazing and manufacturing techniques as those of the "offcial kilns"¿bore many unique features including their hand-painted designs and engravings, which represented another aspect of porcelain making during the Song period. Many of the works are valued by art collectors. The traditional porcelain of the Song period¿combining a simple and imposing style with sublime elegance and beauty in form, reached such heights in terms of glazing¿moulding and baking techniques that they were deemed unsurpassable. Greater efforts were subsquently devoted to the development of hand-painted decoration in post-Song porcelain production. The blue decorative designs of the Yuan and the Ming periods and the multi-coloured painted designs of the Qing period, as exemplified by the world famous Jingdezhen porcelain¿represented a new high reached in porcelain making. Ample space is given to Jingdezhen porcelain in this album which also covers the full features of modern porcelain products of Zibo and Yixing, and the polychrome wares of Liling and Chaozhou. Seller Inventory # 109930

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Edward Zhou

Published by The University of Hong Kong. University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong (2017)

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About this Item: The University of Hong Kong. University Museum and Art Gallery, Hong Kong, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This catalogue is published to coincide with the University Museum and Art Gallery exhibition Painted Ceramics: Contemporary Treasures by Jingdezhen s National Masters from the Lamda Foundation. Often celebrated as the most Chinese of all art forms, the tradition of porcelain making and decoration in China is well known and exhaustively studied. Lesser known in this millennia-long history are the artworks by twentieth-century national masters who have continued their country s ceramic practice and achieved treasures representative of their heritage. Today, Jingdezhen has grown from an artists town into an important modern industrial base in Jiangxi Province. Its ceramic industry is flourishing and it has become varied in its scope, producing daily-use porcelain household wares, construction and electronic ceramics, as well as--in comparatively small quantities--ceramic art. This exhibition introduces Jingdezhen as a manufacturing site for artifacts, and it focuses on individual talents and the fame of a few master craftsmen, as well as their history and the uninterrupted production of unique high-quality porcelain objects of inherent beauty. The mastery and endurance of individual painters has left us an array of vessel shapes, compositions, and iconographic subject matter that is, at times, both historic and contemporary. The most famous types of porcelain decoration from Jingdezhen are famille-rose, linglong, blue-white and colour-glazed porcelains. All of these--in particular famille-rose, linglong and blue-white creations--continue to be mastered and, at times, re-interpreted by the national masters of our era. Displayed for the first time in public, these forty-four artworks by thirty-eight ceramicists represent the strength and ability of Jingdezhen s artistic community through changing times. Seller Inventory # BTE9789881902375

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ELLIS, Elizabeth

Published by Hordern House, Sydney (2013)

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About this Item: Hordern House, Sydney, 2013. 135pp, 225 x 155mm, Case bound hardcover with dust jacket, colour illustrations. Hordern House is delighted to publish this new work by Elizabeth Ellis OAM, investigating the milieu and the mysteries of the magnificent "Sydney Punchbowl", one of the most fascinating treasures of the Mitchell Library collection of the State Library of New South Wales, a fine and large porcelain bowl manufactured in China as export ware about 1820. The Punchbowl is decorated with a hand-painted panoramic scene of Sydney Cove around the outside and a group of Aboriginal figures as the inner centre-piece, and finished with exquisite Chinese-style floral and gilded bandings.As Elizabeth's essay makes clear, the Punchbowl and its intriguing history deserves to be better known, which is why Hordern House is also issuing a deluxe limited edition replica, hand-crafted by Chinese craftsmen in Jingdezhen, China, usually known as the 'porcelain city'. This book also includes a brief essay on the making of the replica, and of course the State Library's website also hosts a dedicated album of photographs of the original Punchbowl. Seller Inventory # 404116

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HUANG XIAO YING ZHU GONG LI BIAN

ISBN 10: 7500089600 ISBN 13: 9787500089605

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-07-01 Pages: 98 Publisher: Encyclopedia of China Publishing House title: porcelain History of (the popularized version) Original Price: 18.00 yuan Author: Wong Hiu win the Gong Li compile Press: China Encyclopedia Publishing Date :2012-07-01ISBN: 9787500089605 Words: Page: 98 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 open product identification: 11055574 Editor's No Executive Summary porcelain History of (popular version) in the first place based on knowledge-based accuracy. the editors also strive to make the narrative vivid specification. easy to understand and attractive; contents focus on rich taste with facial color era. hope to knowledge. practical. fun and times one; while matching more pictures. color printing. to help the reader close to history: the more striking in the form of bilingual in Chinese and English. will be especially helpful descendants used as a non-native Chinese foreigners or overseas Chinese diaspora supplementary reading to learn Chinese. In fact. the set of books published in Chinese and English in bilingual form. not only for the overseas non-Chinese readers understand the history and culture of China to facilitate the topics carefully arranged. will become the Chinese readers. especially young people learning Chinese history and culture Concise Textbook knowledge; reading this book will help Chinese readers to learn and master the English representation in the form of knowledge of Chinese history and culture. which will enhance the foreign relations of the Chinese people to play an active role. Porcelain History of (popular version) Series one introduces the history of pottery. The Contents Introduction Make 100 Gold: mysterious primitive celadon original celadon. Rustic and facial Wei. Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties porcelain. flourishing start to open: the formation of the South Green North White situation. Shiqianfeng Cuise Yueyao open 2 . Famen secret color porcelain class silver like snow then Xingyao 4 other types of kiln Department III illuminating as heavenly stars: the prosperity of the Song. Liao and Jin porcelain. official China Qi Hui: Guanyao and kilns of the Song Dynasty Song Dynasty five famous kilns and eight kiln system to a wide range of the Song Dynasty porcelain pillow on horseback Liao and Jin porcelain four contests. Yuan. Ming and Qing porcelain. past and porcelain of the Yuan Dynasty. carefully written the Ming and Qing porcelain. Millennium Rise and Fall: porcelain Jingdezhen Jingdezhen kilns dominate the world. strict imperial kiln system. fulfill their duties of officials supervising the porcelain six. porcelain and Chinese culture. porcelain and Chinese food culture. porcelain painting and calligraphy. porcelain No Sino-foreign cultural exchanges Conclusion Appendix (Chinese history on behalf of) of abstracts is another feature of the Ge Kiln porcelain is purple iron foot. Ge Kiln porcelain tires color tend to be relatively deep. which makes thin glaze layer of the rim as well as plantar slightly exposed original tire slightly cinnamon color. so we called it the purple iron foot. As the kiln site has not yet been found. for Geyao real life experience. there is still a lot of speculation. Some people even believe that it may be the Southern Song Guan. What is truth? It seems that we can only put it to history. Perhaps some people still care about the story just now. since his brother's porcelain art is amazing. Di kiln way out is how it? Yes. this story does not yet finished. according to legend Di kiln is what we call today the Longquan kilns. Longquan ware celadon famous Kilns in Zhejiang Longquan. Longquan kiln firing of celadon green glaze. like Ome. so called plums. which is the most prestigious in the Longquan Celadon varieties. About its origin. is said to be the ancient one woman called green Kyi. jumped into the kiln in order to sav. Seller Inventory # FU060308

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Liu Jincheng

Published by Morning Glory Press (2006)

ISBN 10: 7505414801 ISBN 13: 9787505414808

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About this Item: Morning Glory Press, 2006. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Language: Chinese with detaile English summary.Size: 140x210mm 185 pages. In the period of the Song and Yuan Dynasty, the booming of the southern ceramic industry and Jingdezhen’s status in China’s and the world’s ceramic industries. More than 200 pieces of porcelain wares from the cellar of the Yuan Dynasty kept in Gan’an Museum is a good proof. Seller Inventory # 110737

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Addis, J.M., Mary Tregear, Margaret Medley, Philip Wen-chee Mao et al.

Published by Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1984)

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About this Item: Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984. First Edition. Large hardcover in jacket, very good with light shelf wear Illustrated, 167 pp. Seller Inventory # 026417

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Lovell, Hin-cheung (ed.) [Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong]

Published by Oriental Society of Hong Kong Hong Kong 1984 (1984)

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About this Item: Oriental Society of Hong Kong Hong Kong 1984, 1984. 1st edition hardback with dust jacket Very Good quarto 167pp., col. & b/w pls., text ills., Exhibition catalogue presented by the Oriental Society of Hong Kong. Front hinge weak, edge-wear & corner clipped from end paper o/w very good copy. Seller Inventory # 133407

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WANG SHU LIANG . ZHANG YU HUA

ISBN 10: 7562465975 ISBN 13: 9787562465973

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 08 Pages: 141 Language: Chinese in Publisher: Chongqing University Press. the history of arts and crafts (Platinum Edition) is one designed for the art of the candidates obtain graduate professional theory course exams to obtain a high score the preparation of the pro forma book. Combing focus compulsory knowledge points: exclusion of the General History of art based bibliography or specified textbooks complex and lengthy narrative. comprehensive compilation of all authoritative examination materials focus. tests of knowledge. Maximize reduce memory strength: streamlined and practical. every word points. entries are arranged to enable candidates to a limited amount of time and effort to where it is needed most; spend the least amount of time to get the highest score. Hierarchical marked an important test centers: summary of the university exam focus and core points. make special prompts the candidates a core test sites can be found; candidates have priority for these labels. and put more energy review. Summed up the test sites: inductive many contact the test center. candidates to keep in mind the test sites. in accordance with the chronological or logical clues in contact and comparison assault exam efficient recite by memory cues. The multiple images auxiliary strengthen memory: important test sites are supplemented by more than one picture. good image art Candidates thinking in pro forma When can fully display their lessons is a multiplier. To answer broaden solving ideas: Some of the questions gave several different answers. or of several different question is asked the same question. and for students training change. a combination of innovation. Contents: a pottery craft Glossary painted pottery Banpo type the painted pottery Seaman pattern basin the Majiayao culture pottery dance pattern pottery basin black pottery black pottery culture the original porcelain pottery Obscure pottery lead glazed pottery Terracotta Army the Han Dynasty Wadang four God Vatan Han Dynasty rap color colored glaze figurines Tang San Cai Song short answer Series To briefly painted pottery decorative patterns in geometric pattern. Describe the relationship between the shape of the original pottery molding method. Compare the Banpo type. Miao Digou type. and the Majiayao type painted pottery characteristics. Brief Neolithic Longshan culture black pottery art features. Descriptions of Yixing purple clay pottery style characteristics. Discusses special brief discussion of the artistic achievements of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses. Yixing pottery why Ming Dynasty pottery unique new varieties? Porcelain craft Glossary celadon lotus Zun Xing Bai Yueqing polychrome painted porcelain black porcelain YINGQING. Blue and White Porcelain secret color porcelain the Nanji North magnetic Jizhou kiln Cizhou the Longquan Kiln Ding Yaoguan kiln Ge ware the Yaozhou fuliang magnetic Bureau bladder pot The Jingdezhen underglaze color blue and white underglaze red the albumen Youci bodiless the sweet white doucai prime three-color Ji red dehua to the white porcelain multicolored Kangxi colorful pastels enamel Tao Kee rubbish the cowpea Purpurin iron foot hundred pieces short answer Series difference between brief pottery and porcelain. Describe the development of ceramic technology in the Six Dynasties. Brief of Tang South Green North White porcelain production patterns. Briefly Song ceramics technology. On the factors and style of painting in the ancient Chinese blue and white porcelain decorated. The brief colorful. pastels. artistic characteristics of both the difference between. Qing Dynasty polychrome varieties? What types of painted? Discusses special. combined with historical facts discusses the origins and development of Chinese blue and white porcelain. A brief discussion of the development and evolution of the blue and white. Seller Inventory # NE013012

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White Dragon in a Sea of Blue: Litttleton, Richard and

Litttleton, Richard and Hennessy, James; Krahl; Regina (essay); Chiu, Yuen (chinese translation)

Published by Littleton and Hennessy, Hong Kong (2014)

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About this Item: Littleton and Hennessy, Hong Kong, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. English and Chinese text; Hardcover (without dust jacket - as issued); 24×32.5 cm; 0.495 Kg; 28 pages with colour illustrations.; Used with signs of wear on the cover, spine and back cover. Interior as new.; Catalogue depicting a rare Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) porcelain dish decorated with a white dragon swimming in cobalt blue clouds, shown by Littleton and Hennessy at TEFAF 2014. Essay by Regina Krahl.; "We are highly honoured to be entrusted with the sale of this exceptional dish dating from the Yuan dynasty. At an impressive size of 40.5 centimeters in diameter it is one of only thirteen known pieces of this ware. The rarity magnified by being one of only three large dishes known to exist and the only one in private hands. The dish was previously in the estate of Waltraud Hentshel, the wife of Jack Ellis, Member of Parliament for Prince Edward-Hastings, Ontario, Canada and by descent from the estate of her mother, Sophia Johanna Hentschel. How it made its journey from the kilns of Jingdezhen to North America is unknown but we are thankful to its previous keepers for ensuring its survival. We would like to thank Regina Krahl for undertaking the research for this catalogue, sharing her expertise and our excitement in a true masterpiece of Chinese ceramic art and Yuen Chiu for her excellent translation of Regina's essay." excerpt from the foreword by James Hennessy and Richard Littleton, Hong Kong, February 2014. Seller Inventory # 346B

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Wang Duzheng

Published by Shanghai painting and Calligraphy Press, Shanghai (2005)

ISBN 10: 7807251042 ISBN 13: 9787807251040

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About this Item: Shanghai painting and Calligraphy Press, Shanghai, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Poor. First Edition. 2005/ 672 pages+233 plates 1. Foreword: Some Issues of the Study on Ancient Chinese White Porcelain 2. The Birth and the Development of White Porcelain 3. White Wares Excavated in Hunan Province 4. The Rise and Growth of White Ware 5. Some Issues of White Wares 6. Sourcing Whitewares Excavated from Zhang Sheng Tomb and Fan Cui Tomb 7. Whiteware First Born in the North 8. The Development of Early White Porcelain 9. The Periodization of Whitewares in Sui, Tang and Five Dynasties 10. Whitewares Produced in Wu Kingdom and Southern Tang Kingdom 11. Southern Qingbai Ware Belongs to Whiteware 12. Greenware, whiteware and Yellowware 13. Some Remarks on the Producing Techniques of Whiteware 14. Prelimiary Study of Southern Whitewares in the Late Tang and Five Dynasties Archaeological Study 15. Preliminary Study of Whitewares Recovered from Batu Hitam Wreck 16. Tang to Song Whitewares Excavated from AI-Fustat, Egypt 17. On the Finds of Chinese White Porcelain during the Samarra-Excavations of 1911-1913 18. Early Whitewares of the Eastern Han Dynasty Found in Hunan 19. The Discovery of Tang-Dynasty Whitewares in Xi¿an 20. Some Remarks on the Late Tang Whitewares Excavated from Tomb of Ms. Shuiqiu 21. Some Remarks on White Ware with Silver and Gold Mounts from Tomb of Ms. Shuiqiu Special Issues 22. Preliminary Study of Decoration Methods on Xing Ware 23. A Tang Xing-Ware Jar with ¿¿¿§ and ¿¿§ Marks 24. Preliminary Study of Tang-Dynasty Gongyi Whitewares 25. Gongxian Whiteware 26. Some Remarks on the Sui-Dynasty Whitewares Excavated in Gongyi, Henan 27. White Ding Ware of Late Tang and Five Dynasties 28. Inscriptions on Ding Ware and the Ceramic Use in the Southern Song Court 29. A Comparative Study of Ding Ware and Qinghai Ware of the Song Dynasty 30. A Comparative Study on Northern Whitewares of Song and Jin Dynasties 31. Quality of Jiexiu Ware 32. Several Remarks on the White Xing, Ding and Longquanwu Wares Excavated in Beijing 33. The Export of Whitewares from Jingdezhen Kiln Complex in Early Song Dynasty 34. A Tentative Analysis on the Mass Production of Jingdezhen Whitewares in Five Dynasties Collection Study 35. Early Whitewares in the Collection of Palace Museum 36. Whitewares of Five Dynasties and Northern Song Dynasty Collected by Anhui Provincial Museum 37. White Ding Wares of Song and Jin Dynasties Collected by Shanghai Museum and Some Related Issues 38. Excavated Whitewares of Five Dynasties in the Collection of Nanjing Museum 39. Early Chinese Whitewares in the Victoria & Albert Museum 40. The British Museum¿s Pre-Ming White Ware Collection 41. Early Chinese White Wares in the Falk Collection 42. Northern Chinese White Wares in 9th Century Thailand 43. Some Early White Ceramics from Northern China in the Far Estern Museum, Oxford 44. Dehua Porcelain and Yixing Stoneware in the collection of Augustus the strong in Dresden 45. Some Issues on the Kundikas Excavated from Two Pagoda Vaults in Dingzhou 46. The Ding Ware Imitation from Jizhou Kiln in Song and Yuan Dynasties 47. A Preliminary Study on Whiteware Imitations of Metalwork in Tang Dynasty Scientific Research 48. White Ware and Qingbai Ware 49. A Comparative Study of Five-Dynasties Whitewares Excavated in the South 50. Chromatic Study of Ancient Ceramic Glaze 51. A Preliminary Composition Analysis on the Body and Glaze of Ancient Chinese White Wares 52. Archaeometric Analysis of Chinese White Porcelain Finds Excavated in Samarra during the Years 1911-1913 53. The Technological Influence of Chinese Ceramics in the world Other Issues 54. The Influence of Chinese Whiteware Bowl to the Abbasid Opaque-glazed Ware 55. Korean White Ware and Ceramic Administration of Imperial Kilns Plates. Seller Inventory # 109076

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Wang Duzheng

Published by Shanghai painting and Calligraphy Press, Shanghai (2005)

ISBN 10: 7807251042 ISBN 13: 9787807251040

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About this Item: Shanghai painting and Calligraphy Press, Shanghai, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Poor. First Edition. 2005/ 672 pages+233 plates 1. Foreword: Some Issues of the Study on Ancient Chinese White Porcelain 2. The Birth and the Development of White Porcelain 3. White Wares Excavated in Hunan Province 4. The Rise and Growth of White Ware 5. Some Issues of White Wares 6. Sourcing Whitewares Excavated from Zhang Sheng Tomb and Fan Cui Tomb 7. Whiteware First Born in the North 8. The Development of Early White Porcelain 9. The Periodization of Whitewares in Sui, Tang and Five Dynasties 10. Whitewares Produced in Wu Kingdom and Southern Tang Kingdom 11. Southern Qingbai Ware Belongs to Whiteware 12. Greenware, whiteware and Yellowware 13. Some Remarks on the Producing Techniques of Whiteware 14. Prelimiary Study of Southern Whitewares in the Late Tang and Five Dynasties Archaeological Study 15. Preliminary Study of Whitewares Recovered from Batu Hitam Wreck 16. Tang to Song Whitewares Excavated from AI-Fustat, Egypt 17. On the Finds of Chinese White Porcelain during the Samarra-Excavations of 1911-1913 18. Early Whitewares of the Eastern Han Dynasty Found in Hunan 19. The Discovery of Tang-Dynasty Whitewares in Xi¿an 20. Some Remarks on the Late Tang Whitewares Excavated from Tomb of Ms. Shuiqiu 21. Some Remarks on White Ware with Silver and Gold Mounts from Tomb of Ms. Shuiqiu Special Issues 22. Preliminary Study of Decoration Methods on Xing Ware 23. A Tang Xing-Ware Jar with ¿¿¿§ and ¿¿§ Marks 24. Preliminary Study of Tang-Dynasty Gongyi Whitewares 25. Gongxian Whiteware 26. Some Remarks on the Sui-Dynasty Whitewares Excavated in Gongyi, Henan 27. White Ding Ware of Late Tang and Five Dynasties 28. Inscriptions on Ding Ware and the Ceramic Use in the Southern Song Court 29. A Comparative Study of Ding Ware and Qinghai Ware of the Song Dynasty 30. A Comparative Study on Northern Whitewares of Song and Jin Dynasties 31. Quality of Jiexiu Ware 32. Several Remarks on the White Xing, Ding and Longquanwu Wares Excavated in Beijing 33. The Export of Whitewares from Jingdezhen Kiln Complex in Early Song Dynasty 34. A Tentative Analysis on the Mass Production of Jingdezhen Whitewares in Five Dynasties Collection Study 35. Early Whitewares in the Collection of Palace Museum 36. Whitewares of Five Dynasties and Northern Song Dynasty Collected by Anhui Provincial Museum 37. White Ding Wares of Song and Jin Dynasties Collected by Shanghai Museum and Some Related Issues 38. Excavated Whitewares of Five Dynasties in the Collection of Nanjing Museum 39. Early Chinese Whitewares in the Victoria & Albert Museum 40. The British Museum¿s Pre-Ming White Ware Collection 41. Early Chinese White Wares in the Falk Collection 42. Northern Chinese White Wares in 9th Century Thailand 43. Some Early White Ceramics from Northern China in the Far Estern Museum, Oxford 44. Dehua Porcelain and Yixing Stoneware in the collection of Augustus the strong in Dresden 45. Some Issues on the Kundikas Excavated from Two Pagoda Vaults in Dingzhou 46. The Ding Ware Imitation from Jizhou Kiln in Song and Yuan Dynasties 47. A Preliminary Study on Whiteware Imitations of Metalwork in Tang Dynasty Scientific Research 48. White Ware and Qingbai Ware 49. A Comparative Study of Five-Dynasties Whitewares Excavated in the South 50. Chromatic Study of Ancient Ceramic Glaze 51. A Preliminary Composition Analysis on the Body and Glaze of Ancient Chinese White Wares 52. Archaeometric Analysis of Chinese White Porcelain Finds Excavated in Samarra during the Years 1911-1913 53. The Technological Influence of Chinese Ceramics in the world Other Issues 54. The Influence of Chinese Whiteware Bowl to the Abbasid Opaque-glazed Ware 55. Korean White Ware and Ceramic Administration of Imperial Kilns Plates. Seller Inventory # 576

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Published by Oriental Ceramic society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1984)

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About this Item: Oriental Ceramic society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: near fine. First edition. Quarto. 167pp. With 163 illustrations. Many in color. English and Chinese. General light wear to dustjacket.xc. Seller Inventory # 10768

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Liu Jincheng

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: Good. Paperback. Number of Pages: 186 Pages. Language: Chinese & English. In the period of Song and Yuan Dynasty. the booming of the southern ceramic industry and Jingdezhen ceramic industry laid a solid foundation for the successful firing of underglazed color porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty and further established Jingdezhens status in Chinas and the worlds ceramic industries. More than 200 pieces of porcelain wares from the cellar of the Yuan Dynasty kept in Gaoan Museum is a good proof. This book. Seller Inventory # 0900906

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Serene Pleasure: The Jinglexuan Collection of Chinese: Qingzheng, Wang; Scott,

Qingzheng, Wang; Scott, Rosemary E.; Chen, Jennifer

Published by Seattle Art Museum (2001)

ISBN 10: 0932216544 ISBN 13: 9780932216540

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum, 2001. Soft cover. Condition: New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. English text.; Paperback; 22 x 28.5 cm; 0.397 Kg; 72 pages with colour illustrations throughout.; New with signs of shelf wear. Edgeworn. The top right side of the front cover is slightly bent. Our logo glued to the front free endpaper.; This book has been published in conjunction with the exhibition Wonders of Clay and Fire: Chinese Ceramics from the Jiurutang and Jinglexuan Collections, organized by the Seattle Art Museum and on view at the Seattle Asian Art Museum from August 1997 though August 2002.; "The serene beauty and sophisticated technology of Chinese porcelain is exquisitely represented in the Jinglexuan collection thoughtfully assembled by Roger and Alice King. Spanning the tenth to the fifteenth centuries, the Jinglexuan collection celebrates extraordinary achievements of Song, Yuan, and Ming porcelain production at Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of the world, located in south central China. These porcelains evince a dramatic change from the understated elegance of Song dynasty monochromes - the qingbai (bluish-white) ware - to the painterly brilliance of ungerglaze-red and underglaze-blue porcelains of the Yuan and early Ming dynasties. Patronage and style are inextricably linked. The Mongol court - specifically the Privy Council - commissioned milky "shufu" wares. Stunning blue-and-white porcelains, for example the handsome charger (No. 38), reflect the influence of Middle Eastern taste on Chinese porcelain production and then subsequent sinicization during the rule of the Chinese Ming dynasty. Notable also in the Jinglexuan collection is a rare group of fourteenth-century miniature porcelains made as burial goods for markets on Southeast Asia." excerpt from the preface by Mimi Gardner Gates, The Illsley Ball Nordstrom Director and Jay Xu, Foster Foundation Curator of Chinese Art, Curator for Wonders of Clay and Fire: Chinese Ceramics from the Jiurutang and Jinglexuan Collections. Seller Inventory # 367B

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Published by The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1984)

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About this Item: The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984. Hard Back. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Very good hardback copy in very good dustjacket. 167pp, colour and b/w illustrations. Catalogue of an exhibition presented by The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kon,g and the Fung Ping Shan Museum, University of Hong Kong 23 March to 31 May 1984. Contents: The Evolution of Techniques at Jingdezhen with particular reference to the Yuan Dynasty (J. M. Addis). Early Jingdezhen (Mary Tregear). Techniques and Style in Qingbai Decoration from Southern Song to Ming (Margaret Medley). Qingbai Wares (Duncan Macintosh). The Mongol Influence on Blue-and-white Porcelain Size: 29x22 Cm (11.25" x 8.5"). Seller Inventory # 037467

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JINGDEZHEN WARES: The Yuan Evolution. Catalogue of: ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOC.,

ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOC., HONG KONG.

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About this Item: Hong Kong 1984, O.C.S.H.K. Brown cloth, very good, dj., 167p 163 color & b.w. photos of 163 well described items, English & Chinese text, large format 22 x 29.5 cm. SCARCE FIRST AND ONLY EDITION An excellent color monograph. This superb work shows a very large number of fine examples in true-color, with in depth descriptions for each. A marvelous reference source for any student, collector or curator. Seller Inventory # 25013101

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Thormann, Olaf (Hg.):

Published by Stuttgart: Arnoldsche Art Publishers, (2017)

ISBN 10: 3897904837 ISBN 13: 9783897904835

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About this Item: Stuttgart: Arnoldsche Art Publishers, 2017. Gebundene Ausgabe. Condition: Wie neu. 312 Seiten, mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Illustrierter Hardcoverband in neuwertigem Zustand. - Keramik ist seit Jahrtausenden zentraler Bestandteil chinesischer Kunst und Kultur. Sie wurde im Alltag verwendet, diente rituellen Zwecken oder auch als Grabbeigabe. Mit 175 Stücken aus der Zeit zwischen 1050 v. Chr. uns 1369 n. Chr. bietet die qualitativ herausragende, bislang unveröffentlichte Sammlung Heribert Meurer ein beeindruckendes Panorama der Funktionen wie auch der Gefäßformen und Techniken der frühen chinesischen Keramik. Sie wird ergänzt um 29 Objekte des Grassi Museums in Leipzig, wohin die Sammlung gestiftet wurde. Schwerpunkte liegen auf Keramiken der Tang- und der Song-Dynastien. Beispiele der bekannten Sancai ("Dreifarben-") Bleiglasur, der Seladone aus Yaozhou, Longquan und Jingdezhen sowie der schwarzen Jian- und Jizhou-Ware zeigen den Reichtum, die Vielfalt, die hohe Qualität und den besonderen Reiz frühchinesischer Keramik. (Klappentext) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2200. Seller Inventory # 64503

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Hobson, R.L.

Published by Tuttle, Japan (1975)

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About this Item: Tuttle, Japan, 1975. Reprint. Quarto. Cloth. Very good. Good: some ware to top of the dustjacket. 208 pages, followed by 59 plates with numerous illustrations per plate. The first 12 chapters deal almost exclusively with the porcelain produced at Jingdezhen; the next four, with the porcelain and pottery made at other centers. The bulk of the 129 items illustrated (12 in colour) are drawn from private collections, but reference is also made to important examples in museums. Of particular interest are Mr. Hobson's comments on collecting and on the identification of genuine Ming wares. A special chapter on marks, inscriptions and Chinese characters is included, together with a select bibliography. A fine reprint of the scarce original 1923 edition. Seller Inventory # 15571

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Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society 1996-1997: Zhenxi, Zhuo; Pierson,

Zhenxi, Zhuo; Pierson, Stacey; Rawson, Jessica; Minghua, Lu; Tatiana Arapova; Littleton, Richard; Curtis, Julia B.; Wood, Frances; Allen, Phillip N.; Watson, Oliver and Eskenzi, John

Published by The Oriental Ceramic Society (1998)

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About this Item: The Oriental Ceramic Society, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. English text; Hardcover (cloth); 21.4 x 28.3 cm; 0.889 Kg; 11 pages (Members of the Council, Transactions and Obituaries) plus 152 pages with various colour and black-and-white illustrations; Used book with almost no signs of shelf wear as the book is protected with a trimsleeve Dustwrapper. The interior is in very good condition.; Includes the following articles: Yaozhou wares: The eighth Hills Gold Medal Lecture by Zhuo Zhenxi; Changsha to Jingdezhen: In-glaze decoration in Chinese Ceramics from the 8th century to the 16th century by Stancey Pierson; Thinking with Pictures: Tomb Figures in the Chinese View of the Afterlife by Jessica Rawson; A Reassessment of Khmer Ceramics and Their Origins by John Guy; Kangxi (1662-1722) Wares by Lu Minghua; China and Russian chinoiserie in the 18th century by Tatiana Arapova; Qing dynasty Sepia and Rich Black Overlaze Enamel Decorated Porcelains Kangxi (1662-1722) – Yongzheng (1723-1735) – Qianlong (1736-1795) by Richard Littleton; If Pots Could Speak: the Old Art History and the New by Julia B. Curtis; From Ship’s Captains to the Bloomsbury Group: the Late Arrival of Chinese Painting in Britain by Frances Wood; The Oriental Ceramic Society in Istanbul and Iran by Phillip N. Allen; and Summaries of Lectures by Oliver Watson and John Eskenzi. Seller Inventory # ABE65

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Lovell Hin-Cheung Editor

Published by The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (1984)

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About this Item: The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1984. HARD BACK. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Shelfworn. 167pp. 41 col & 163 b&w illus. Catalogue of an exhibition of 163 pieces. There is extensive pencil underlining and notes in the introductory essays. Book. Seller Inventory # 9250

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Wan Jiao yi hao shui xia kao gu dui

Published by Ke xue chu ban she, Beijing (2006)

ISBN 10: 7030170008 ISBN 13: 9787030170002

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About this Item: Ke xue chu ban she, Beijing, 2006. Hardcover. Silver boards with illustration on front. 227 pp. Color plates. Entirely in Chinese. Catalogue of 145 items. Blue and white ware -- China -- Jingdezhen. Porcelain, Chinese -- Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912. VG (ex-libary with minor wear and minimal markings.a bookplate and circulation pocket). Seller Inventory # 133342

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Tregear, Mary:

Published by Mchn, Hirmer, (1982). (1982)

ISBN 10: 377743390X ISBN 13: 9783777433905

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About this Item: Mchn, Hirmer, (1982)., 1982. Erste Ausgabe. * Im Anhang mit Anmerkungen, Glossar, Auswahlbibliographie und Register. Standardwerk mit einem umfassenden Überblick zur wohl bedeutendsten Periode chinesischer Keramik (960-1279). Zeigt Ding-, Cizhou-, grüne Yaozhou-, Jun-, Ru- und Guan-Ware. Dazu Arbeiten aus Jingdezhen, Longquan-Ware, dunkel glasierte Ware aus Fujian und die nördliche und südliche Teeware. Beschreibt auch die Handelswege. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3100 33/28,7 cm. 260 S. OLeinen mit Schutzumschlag. Aus dem Englischen von Ulrich Wiesner. Mit Abbildungen nach zeichnungen und gezeichneten Karten von Virginia Edwards sowie sehr zahlreichen, oft ganzseitigen und farbigen Fotoabbildungen. Seller Inventory # 15578

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