True to form: a celebration of the art of the Chinese craftsman

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FormAsia Books, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 151 pages
Throughout the centuries Chinese craftsmen have worked with clay, wood, bamboo, & stone to elevate humble utilitarian objects to the level of art. With richer & more eclectic examples than have ever been gathered before, this lavish collection of folk objects presents the full range of Chinese crafts in all their exuberance, ingenuity, & beauty.

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Some pretty amazing stuff here....e.g., a bowl w/ an inner lip that will accept and overturned bowl and is for fermenting cabbage. Water is placed in the lip creating a seal that will allow gas to escape. Ingenious. very interesting. Read full review

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PREFACE
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PLEASURES OF LEISURE
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