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Exhibition of early Chinese pottery and porcelain.
Burlington Fine Arts Club.
The catalogue was prepared by C. H. Read, G. Eumorfopoulos and R. L. Hobson.
|Contributions||Read, Charles Hercules, Sir, 1857-1929., Eumorfopoulos, George, 1863-1939., Hobson, R. L. 1872-1941|
|LC Classifications||NK4165 .B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii p., 1 l., 95,  p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||13009905|
Early Wares As a young man Josiah Spode I worked for Thomas Whieldon, the most accomplished of Staffordshire's midth century manufacturers. Archaeological discoveries on the site of Whieldon’s factory show that Spode would have been familiar with all the pottery types commonly produced in Staffordshire factories. The most distinctive hall, the Gallery of Chinese Ancient Ceramics covers square meters and displays about porcelain articles from past dynasties, including the unpainted and painted potteries of the Neolithic Age and the tri-color glazed pottery of the Tang Dynasty (), as well as the porcelain of Jingdezhen Town in the Ming () and Qing Dynasties ().
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Exhibition of early Chinese pottery and porcelain. London, Printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hercules Read, Sir; George Eumorfopoulos; R L Hobson; Burlington Fine Arts Club.; Lessing J.
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The collection is currently controlled by Stephen Zuellig, a Swiss businessman and the heirs of his late brother, Gilbert Zuellig. (The showpiece in the exhibition, a magnificent Majiayao vessel [ B.C.E.] from the Peabody collection, was reproduced as the cover illustration for both the conference program and the fourth edition of a classic, The Archaeology of Ancient China, near at hand on Flad’s shelf, written by Kwang-chih Chang—a previous holder of the.
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