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*the Handbook of Marks Chinese Porcelai

*the Handbook of Marks Chinese Porcelai - 94 edition

*the Handbook of Marks Chinese Porcelai (ISBN10: 0906610206; ISBN13: 9780906610206)
ISBN13: 978-0906610206
ISBN10: 0906610206
Edition/Copyright: 94
Cover: Hardcover
Publisher: Han-Shan Tang Books
Published: 08/01/1994
International: No

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London 1994 Hardbound. VG+ This unique and much acclaimed publication is still the only reference work to deal comprehensively with the entire subject of the many types of marks to appear on Chines ...show moree ceramics. These appeared on pottery and porcelain with increasing frequency from the Tang Dynasty (AD618-906) through to the end of the Qing dynasty, in the opening years of the 20th century. Over 1830 different marks are beautifully reproduced and compiled in sections and groups to make recognition of such unfamiliar shapes as easy as possible. All of the marks are translated into English together with the pinyin romanisation. The range of marks includes not only those in regular kaishu script but also some 200 marks redrawn in classical zhuanshu seal script form. The very detailed index and directory provides a wide range of historical, dating, geographical and mythological information for each mark. A detailed cyclical table is included for translating the jiazi dating system often included in commemorative ...show less
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