Straits Chinese Porcelain: A Collector's Guide
This beautifully illustrated volume presents Straits Chinese porcelain, a little known category of 19th century polychrome enamelled porcelain made in China exclusively for export to the Straits Chinese communities of Southeast Asia. Glossary and bibliography included.
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