Thirty Books on Chinese Ceramics, chiefly Qing Period, including Shanghai Museum, Kangxi Porcelain Wares; Palace Museum, Porcelain with Cloisonne...and Famille Rose Decoration; Shanghai Museum and Butler
Collection, Seventeenth Century Jingdezhen Porcelain.
From the Estate of Peter L. Rosenberg
Gu Connoisseurship of Dark-red Yixing Pottery, Chang Foundation Yixing Teapots, Lo Stonewares of Yixing, Wang Collection of Yixing Ware, Chinese University of HK Qing Imperial Porcelain, Urban Council of HK Monochrome Ceramics of Ming and Ching Dynasties, Sculptural Ceramics, University of HK Ch'ing Plychrome Porcelain, Oriental Ceramic Society Monochrome Porcelain, San Francisco Chorus of Colors, Kerr Chinese Ceramics Qing, Scott For the Imperial Court (2 copies), Palace Museum Porcelain Cloissone Enamel and Famille Rose, Percival David Tung, Ju, Kuan, Chun, Kuang-tung and Glzed I-Hsing Wares, Percival David Rare Marks on Chinese Ceramics, National Palace Museum Ch-ing-dynasty Painted Enamels, Jenyns Later Chinese Porcelain, Medley Underglaze Blue and Copper Red Decoration, David Ch'ing Enamelled Ware (1958 and 1973 editions), Shanghai Museum and the Butler Collection Seventeenth Century Jingdezhen Porcelain, National Palace Museum Ch'ing-dynastly Monochrome Porcelain, Shanghai Museum Kangxi Porcelain Wares, Butler Collection Seventeenth-century Chinese Porcelain, Ma Xigwai Gems of the Official Kilns, Miller Elegance in Relief: Carved Porcelain from Jingdezhen, Blumenfield Blanc de Chine,
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