4 edition of Two thousand years of oriental ceramics found in the catalog.
Two thousand years of oriental ceramics
|Statement||[by] Fujio Koyama and John Figgess.|
|Contributions||Figgess, John, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NK4143 .K613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||60010344|
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: Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics.: Folio, cloth. pp., including illustrations with 54 tipped on color plates.
Former owners small name plate on front paste-down otherwise a fine copy in d.j. Title: Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics Author Name: Koyama, Fujio and John Figgess Categories: Art-Asia, Ceramics, Glass, Edition: First Edition Publisher.
A life fired by devotion to ceramics by Robert and “Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics” (). The first book, in particular, is required reading for anyone wanting to. These include the wonderful "The Heritage of Japanese Ceramics" (), which was originally published in Japanese as "Nihon Toji no Dento" (), and "Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics" ().
The first book, in particular, is required reading for anyone wanting to know the history of this potter's paradise. The heritage of Japanese ceramics, Hardcover – by Fujiyo Koyama (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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London, Thames & Hudson, (first edition) - pp. with 54 hand-mounted colour plates & illustrations - Hardcover with a rather poor original dustjacket (see picture). Chinese - Japanese - Korean - Southeast Asian ceramics of all periods.
Condition is good (only top edge bookblock has some. Koyama Fujio (小山富士夫 ; Ma —October 7, ) was a scholar of Japanese pottery and porcelain and Chinese was also a potter in his own right.
Amongst his publications are: "Two Thousand Years of Oriental Ceramics" (). "The Heritage of Japanese Ceramics" (), translated into English from the original publication in "Nihon Toji no Dento".
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