Antique Trader Oriental Antiques & Art: An Identification and Price Guide

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Krause Publications, Sep 2, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 528 pages
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LOSE YOURSELF in the mysterious allure of the Far Easy with Antique Trader Oriental Antiques & Art, 2nd Edition by Mark Moran and Sandra Andacht.

&break;&break;This wide-ranging guide to Asian treasures provides you with the information you need to catalog and evaluate your collection. Each section includes historical backgrounds, current values, and detailed descriptions of plethora of objects ranging from apparel and textiles, rugs and carpets, Chinese porcelain and pottery, to furniture, paintings, Japanese armor and weaponry, and Southeast Asian ceramics.&break;&break;Chinese Porcelain & Pottery&break;Japanese Ceramics&break;Furniture&break;Ivory, Horn, Shell, Tortoiseshell&break;Lacquer&break;Rugs & Carpets&break;Glass&break;Jewelry&break;Cloisonne&break;

 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Apparel and Textiles
8
Canton Enamel
20
Celluloid Japanese
22
Champleve and Cloisonné
28
Chinese Mud Figurines
62
Chinese Porcelain Pottery
64
Dolls Games Toys
164
Korean Ceramics
367
Lacquer
371
Metalwares
387
Paintings
427
Rugs
440
Snuff Bottles
444
Southeast Asian Ceramics
463
Weapons
465

Ephemera
171
Erotica
173
Fans
176
Japanese
178
Furniture
179
Glass
191
Hard Stones
195
Inro Netsuke Ojime
215
Ivory Horn Shell and Tortoiseshell
238
Japanese Pottery Porcelain
254
Japanese Tea Ceremony Articles
353
Jewelry
356
WoodBlock Prints
469
Wood Carvings Bamboo and Basketry
484
The TongueCut Sparrow
500
Guidelines for Care of Oriental Antiques and Art
503
Marks
506
North American Museums with Permanent Exhibitions of Orientalia
508
Appraisers
510
Resources
511
Glossary
512
About the Authors
522
Index
523
Copyright

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Sandra Andacht has edited and published the Orientalia Journal, an authoritative bimonthly magazine for collectors, dealers, investors, and devotees who want expert information on Oriental antiques and art. Mark F. Moran is an antiques dealer and author specializing in vintage folk art, Americana, prints, and paintings. In addition to compiling reference books on antique American and European furniture, metalwares, clocks, and sterling silver flatware, he has written for numerous national antiques magazines covering shows and auctions. Mark is also author of Warman's Sterling Silver Flatware: Value & Identification Guide and Warman's Tobacco Collectibles and contributing editor to Antique Trader Clocks Price Guide and Antique Trader Metalwares Price Guide. He resides in Rochester, Minnesota.

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