Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, 1997 - Art - 261 pages
The essays in this collection are taken from the proceedings of the 18th Colloquy on Art & Archaeology in Asia that took place at the Percival David Foundation in 1995. They cover recent research findings and new discoveries of Chinese jade.
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Understanding the Burial Rituals of the Hongshan Culture through Jade
Wang Mingda Edited by Ming Wilson
An Archaeological Investigation into the Function of the Jade Bi and Cong
Jade and Stone Epigraphy from the Shang and Early Zhou Periods
Alteration of Yu Artefacts
The Material Symbolism of Jade as Observed
The Reuse of Ancient Jades
Ferdinand Schiller Jade Collector 191531