Lot 13: A collection of approximately fifty Chinese ceramic reference books, comprising

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

November 15, 2016
Newbury, United Kingdom

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Description: A collection of approximately fifty Chinese ceramic reference books, comprising: Sir Harry Garner, Oriental Blue and White , 1979 edition; G. St. G. M. Gompertz, Chinese Celadon Wares , 1980; Margaret Medley, Tang Pottery & Porcelain , 1981; Mary Tregear, Song Ceramics , 1982; Qingbai Ware , edited by Stacey Pierson; Margaret Medley, Illustrated Catalogue of Underglaze Blue and Copper Red , University of London, 1976; Margaret Medley, Illustrated Catalogue of Celadon Wares , University of London, 1977; S.T. Yeo & Jean Martin, Chinese Blue and White Ceramics, 1978; South East Asian Society, Vietnamese Ceramics, edited by Carol M Young, 1982: Brian McElney, Chinese Ceramics of the Maritime Trade pre-1700 , 2006; Frank Goddio, etc Tresor de Porcelaines , L'etrange voyage de la jonque Lena, 2002; Annamese Ceramics in the Museum of Pusat Jakarta , 1974; Mary Tregear, Catalogue of Chinese Greenware in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford , 1976; The Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippines, Chinese and South-East Asian White Ware found in the Philippines, Oxford University Press, 1993; William Sorsby Ltd, South-East Asian and Early Chinese Export Ceramics , 1974; Chinese Celadons and Other Related Wares in South-East Asia , South-East Asian Ceramics Society, Singapore, 1979; Regina Krahl etc edition, Shipwrecked Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds, 2010; John Guy, Oriental Trade Ceramics in South East Asia 10-16th century, 1980; Larry Gotuaco etc edition, Chinese and Vietnamese blue and white wares found in the Philippines , 1997 and approximately 32 other reference books and catalogues on Chinese ceramics -1???????????(?15?)
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