The Art of the Chinese Potter: An Illustrated Survey
First, best illustrated guide to T'ang, Sung, Ming chinaware: 192 plates, 32 full-color vases, pots, and sculpture, identified and described for collector. Historical introduction.
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16th century aubergine baluster band biscuit Blue and White border bowl brown Buff-grey stoneware bulb-bowl carved design celadon glaze ceramic art Chun ware coloured glazes decoration design Sung dish dragon Eight Immortals enamels Eumorfopoulos T'ang ewer F. N. Schiller false gadroons felspathic figure flower foliage scroll foliate foot foot-rim Fukien fungus George Eumorfopoulos green glaze Greyish H. J. Oppenheim handles Honan ware ivory white glaze ju-i Kuan Kuan Yin lotus scroll Ming Ming porcelains Misses Alexander mouth-rim Northern Chinese celadon ornament ovoid body pattern Plate possession of Messrs potiche pottery reddish ring Samarra shape Shih-te short neck shoulder sides slender neck soft specimens splashed Sung dynasty T. H. Green T'ang dynasty Tang threads of clay Ting type Ting ware Tz'u Chou ware underglaze blue unglazed Vase with ovoid white porcelain white porcellanous ware white slip wide mouth yellow Yuan Yuan dynasty