Thai Ceramics: The James and Elaine Connell Collection
This book is published in conjunction with the exhibition of the James and Elaine Connell Collection at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in late 1993. In addition to catalogue entries written by Nancy Tingley, it contains scholarly contributions by John Guy, John Shaw, and Louise Allison Cort on recent archaeological research at the Thai kiln sites, the role of Thai ceramics in maritime trade, and Japanese evidence concerning the dispersal and chronology of Thai ceramics.
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Thai Ceramics in SouthEast Asian Trade
Northern Thai Ceramics
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14th-16th century 14th-mid-16th century archaeological Asia Asian and Chinese Ayutthaya Ban Chiang base body bottle bowl brown glaze Calatagan cavetto celadon Ceramic Society chanoyu Chinese Trade Pottery cm Depth cm Diam COVERED BOX Stoneware decoration dishes Dofflemyer 1989 earthenware example excavated fifteenth finial foot freshwater jar glazed ceramics Gulf of Thailand Guy and Richards Haripunchai heirloom imogashira incised Indonesia Indonesian Islands interior Japan Japanese John Guy kendi kilns Maritime Archaeology Maveety Mengrai MINIATURE COVERED BOX motif namban namban wares neck northern Thai Philippines Phitsanulok pieces potiche production recessed Ryukyu Sakai Sankampaeng Sawankhalok shape Shaw shipwreck Siam Society sixteenth century South-East Asian ceramics Spinks Stoneware Kalong Stoneware Si Satchanalai Stoneware Sukhothai storage jars Tao Maenam Thai ceramics Tokugawa Art Museum Trade Ceramics tubular support underglaze underglaze brown unglazed stoneware vessel Vietnamese Yamada Collection 1990 Yoshio Yamada Collection