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Seven Books and Exhibition Catalogs on Chinese Porcelain

Auction:
2783T
Lot:
1470
Sold for:
$338$275

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Auction:
Asian Works Of Art - 2783T
Location:
Marlborough
Date / Time :
February 17, 2015 12:00PM

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Seven Books and Exhibition Catalogs on Chinese Porcelain, S.T. Yeo and Jean Martin, Chinese Blue and White Ceramics, Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, 1978; Sir Michael Butler, Margaret Medley, and Stephen Little, Seventeenth Century Chinese Porcelain from the Butler Family Collection, 1990; Julia B. Curtis; Chinese Porcelains of the Seventeenth Century: Landscapes, Scholars' Motifs and Narratives, China Institute Gallery, 1995; Stephen Little, Chinese Ceramics of the Transitional Period: 1620-1683, China Institute in America, 1983; In Pursuit of the Dragon: Traditions and Transitions in Ming Ceramics: An exhibition from the Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Seattle Art Museum, 1988; Hiromu Honda and Noriki Shimazu, Vietnamese and Chinese Ceramics Used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony, 1993; Rosemary E. Scott, Elegant Form and Harmonious Decoration: Four Dynasties of Jingdezhen Porcelain, A Joint Exhibition from the Collections of Percival David Foundation and CP Lin, 1992.
Estimate $200-300


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Stephen Little, Butler, S.T. Yeo, Jean Martin, Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, Margaret Medley, Michael Butler, Julia B. Curtis, China Institute in America, China, China Institute Gallery, China Institute, Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Seattle Art Museum, Rosemary E. Scott, Percival David Foundation

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