The Emperors broken china; Reconstructing Chenghua porcelain LAN1653

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The Emperor's broken china; Reconstructing Chenghua porcelain

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An exhibition of Chinese porcelains of the Chenghua period (1465-1487) recently excavated from the imperial kiln site at Jingdezhen in South China at Sotheby's London, 1995.

Edited by Regina Krahl, with contributions by Liu Xinyuan, Ts'ai Ho-pi, Julian Thompson.

Published by The Jingdezhen Ceramic Archaeological Research Institute and Sotheby's, 1995, 1st edition.

Very scarce softback with laminated paper dustjacket. Very good condition overall. Dustjacket has some water staining on the inside, though this is barely visible on the outer cover. Book is nice and clean throughout. No inscriptions or markings. Text in English with some Chinese headings for the item descriptions.

132pp.

Dimensions:
281mm high x 220mm wide x 15mm deep.