Ayers, John et al: PORCELAIN FOR PALACES. The Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750. London, 1990. 328 pp. 328 colour and 54 b/w plates and illustrations. 29x22 cm. Cloth.
Follows the history and development of porcelain manufacture in Japan, traces the wide range of superb pieces made specially for export and to appeal to Western tastes, and the impact these imports had on European industry. Contributions by M. Medley, Oliver Impey.
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Was item 60 in printed List 197.
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