2 edition of later ceramic wares of China found in the catalog.
later ceramic wares of China
R. L. Hobson
|Statement||by R.L. Hobson ...|
|LC Classifications||NK4165 .H75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 155,  p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||25008111|
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The Later Ceramic Wares of China Hardcover – January 1, by R. Hobson (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: R. Hobson. THE LATER CERAMIC WARES OF CHINA, Being the Blue and White, Famille Verte, Famille Rose, Monochromes, Etc., of the K'ang Hei, Yung Cheng, Chien Lung and Other Periods of the Ch'ing Dynasty.
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L Hobson. r.l. hobson, the wares of the ming dynasty, london, ; chinese pottery and porcelain, vols i-ii, london, ; the later ceramic wares of china, london, OCLC Number: Notes: Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress. "The Later ceramic wares of China is the natural sequel to the Wares of the Later ceramic wares of China book dynasty, and it carries the story of Chinese pottery and porcelain down to our own times, completing the trilogy which started with the Early ceramic wares of China."--Preface.
The Later Ceramic Wares of China: ($1,) 0. Hobson, R L. Catalogue No.: d Publisher: London.: Ernest Benn Ltd. Edition: First Edition; Published Date: Illustrations: 26 colour plates (8 fold-out), 50 b/w plates, all with tissue guards.
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The Later Ceramic Wares of China Author: R. Hobson Keeper of the Department of Ceramics and Ethnography, British Museum Author of “Chinese Pottery and Porcelain”, “The Wares of the Ming Dynasty” Publication: London: Ernest Benn, Limited, 8 Bouverie Street, E.C Type: Hardcover Style: Chinese Porcelain.
BUY THE BOOK HERE. Chinese ceramics range from construction materials such as bricks and tiles, to hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires or kilns, to the sophisticated Chinese porcelain wares made for the imperial court and for export.
Porcelain was a Chinese invention and is so identified with China that it is still called "china" in everyday English usage. The Later Ceramic Wares of China. First edition, deluxe issue, number of copies signed by the author on the limitation page, and containing a suite of five extra plates not found in the trade issue ("ordinary edition").
Hobson () was keeper of ceramics and ethnographer at the British Museum fromand keeper of oriental antiquities from to This work was intended.
Pottery is the process of forming vessels and other objects with clay and other ceramic materials, which are fired at high temperatures to give them a hard, durable form. Major types include earthenware, stoneware and place where such wares are made by a potter is also called a pottery (plural "potteries").
The definition of pottery used by the American Society for Testing and. The Later Ceramic Wares of China being the Blue and White, Famille Verte, Famille Rose,Monochromes, Etc., of the K'ANG HSI, YUNG CHENF, CH'IEN LUNG and other periods of the CH'ING DYNASTY. Contents of this Book are Clean and in Very Good Condition.
Available now at - Hardcover - London: Ernest Benn, - - Book Condition: Fine - 1st Edition - No Jacket - First edition, first printing. 29*24*4cm, wtkg, xxix++76 plates with tissue guards. Several foldout color plates. The full book title: The Later Ceramic Wares of China: Being the Blue and White, Famille Verte, Famille Rose, Monochromes, etc., of the K'ang Hsi.
The Royal Nanhai Shipwreck. Another wreck that has provided important information on the chronology of Thai trade ceramics is known as the Royal Nanhai Wreck, a Siamese junk that is thought to have sunk off the coast of Malaysia in the South China Sea around mid 15 th century, supported by carbon 14 dating corresponding to A.D +/- 70 years.
The junk was transporting o pieces of. - the ceramic art of china and other countries of the far east - the ceramic art of china and other countries of the far east - guide to the later chinese porcelain periods of k'ang hsi to ch'ien lung. honey, william bowyer intro: ming blue-and-white porcelain.
hong kong museum of art: an anthology of chinese ceramics - emerald-like blue. The early periods of Chinese Ceramic history have received of late some of the attention which they deserve.
The initial volume of this series was devoted to them; and the present book, the first monograph on Ming wares, is not only a natural sequel to the Early Ceramic Wares of China, but a necessary prelude to the study of the more familiar porcelains of the recent Manchu dynasty.
Book Citation: "The Later Ceramic Wares of China," by Robert L. Hobson; Pl. XXVI. London: E. Benn Limited, Collection Access images/descriptions are openly available. Essay. During the late s, a china-decorating fervor swept the United States that persisted into the early twentieth century.
Thousands of women employed paintbrushes and china paints and decorated ceramic objects for their homes, as gifts, and for sale. pottery, the baked-clay wares of the entire ceramics field.
For a description of the nature of the material, see clay clay, common name for a number of fine-grained, earthy materi. The repro china imperial ceramic were starting during the late Ming between the Wan Li dinasti and the Khansi Qing dinasty,especially during Cheng Long, yung cheng and the latest Qing dinasti Tong Xu many foreigner asking the kiln to produced the copy of the very rare ming imperial ceramic of Zhuan Te, Ceng Huan and Ceng Te dinasti.
China Period Qing Dynasty Culture Qing Dynasty Description Famille verte, K'ang Hsi. Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty. Image Categories Artifact Function: Container Artifact Function: Container Artifact Function: Container Artifact Material: Ceramic Source Type Detail Book Citation: "The Later Ceramic Wares of China," by Robert L.
Hobson; Pl. XVIII. Sueki: high-fired ceramic ware produced in Japan by potters who immigrated from Korea (and possibly China?); originated around the 4th century, B.C.; led to the spread of high-fired ceramic production throughout Japan; early wares were not glazed, but blackened; later glaze technology arrived from Tang China, leading to the use of lead-based.A fine white hard-paste and translucent pottery made from volcanic clays containing the mineral quartz, kaolin, and feldspar.
One of the major centers of production in China was established at Jingdezhen around CE, a religion with exceptionally fine porcellaneous clays close to the Yangzi River along which the wares were exported.Kwang Wu Ti moved his capital back to Lo Yang in Honan, which accounts for the dynasty being called the Eastern Han.
His son 1Vding Ti is said to have introduced Buddhism into China from India in A.D. 65, and the influence of this religion on ceramic art is discussed later. The succeeding epoch of Chinese history was a most exciting period.