Japanese Marks & Seals: On Pottery, Illuminated Manuscripts, Printed Books, Lacquer, Enamels, Metal, Wood and Ivory

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Kegan Paul, 2004 - Art - 396 pages
This encyclopedic work, originally published at the end of the nineteenth century, is an indispensable tool for the collector or student of Japanese art and production. The works and seals in this volume were gathered from many sources, notably for the authors' own collection, the collection at Dresden, the British Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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