3 edition of The History of porcelain found in the catalog.
The History of porcelain
|Statement||general editor, Paul Atterbury.|
|LC Classifications||NK4370 .H5 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||82002275|
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The Discovery of Porcelain Porcelain is said to date back over 2, years and some of the first evidence of porcelain pieces have been traced back to the Eastern Han Dynasty in China.
At this time, Celadon, China’s famous jade green glaze that was often found on the porcelain, was very : Sara D'souza. The man most often credited as the original creator of European porcelain was a German by the name of Johann Friedrich Böttger.
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The History of porcelain. [Paul Atterbury;] -- " The story of porcelain from its beginnings in the Far East to its present position as a major industrial product"--Jacket.
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Cobalt ore was shipped from Persia to China in the fourteenth century, where it was used to decorate porcelain for Muslims in Southeast Asia, India, Persia, and Iraq. Spanish galleons delivered porcelain to Peru and Mexico while aristocrats in Europe 5/5(1).
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm: Contents: Introduction / Paul Atterbury --The origins of porcelain / Richard Gray --Qing Dynasty porcelain for the domestic market / Gordon Lang --Korean and Annamese porcelain / Gordon Lang --Japanese porcelain / Oliver Impey --China for the west / Geoffrey Godden --The.
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Camehl, Ada Walker. The Chinese were the first to introduce high temperature kilns capable of reaching up to °C, and, around CE, developed porcelain (a material with less than 1% porosity) from kaolin clay. During the Middle Ages, trade through the Silk Road allowed for the introduction and diffusion of porcelain throughout Islamic countries first and.It deserves a wider readership in its illustration of the more general point that ‘global history can only be written by taking the local seriously'.' Craig Clunas - University of Oxford ‘The City of Blue and White is an authoritative, comprehensive, and riveting account of the natural and human ecologies of porcelain-making in Jingdezhen.The book contains details of the history, owners, products and trade names of approximately pottery businesses - the most comprehensive reference available.
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