Author: Jenyns, S.
Title: Japanese Porcelain.
Japanese Porcelain is the first comprehensive book on the subject to have been published in the west. It traces the history of the important kilns and potters and outlines the many theories and traditions about the various wares that exist in Japan and elsewhere, discussing in detail such controversial matters as the identification of Ko Kutani porcelain. It both describes the wares themselves and assesses their great artistic merit.
Publisher: Faber and Faber, London / Boston, 1979
Details: Cloth binding with illustrated dust jacket cover with 120 black and white illustrations, a fold out map, foreword, contents, bibliography, index, the plates, map of kiln sites.
Pages: 352 pp.
Dimensions: 250 mm (9.8 inch) x 165 mm (6.5 inch) x 35 mm (1.4 inch),
Private copy, nor for sale.
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