For the Imperial Court: Qing porcelain from the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art
American Federation of Arts, Nov 1, 1997 - Architecture - 160 pages
"First published as a catalog for an exhibition of Qing porcelain held in the United States by the Percival David Foundation and the American Federation of Arts, this book presents Qing dynasty porcelain created for the Chinese imperial court. Lavishly illustrated, this book presents only items made for and appreciated by Chinese royalty, rather than the more familiar porcelain made for export to the West."
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