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Step by Step : Glass Decoration
Essential advice on getting started is given, including the materials and equipment needed. The book is divided into three main sections: Painting Glass, Working with Glass and Glass Mosaic. Each...
by : Deborah Osburn | Apr 14, 2015 Tiles are so simple in their essence, but the variety of materials, textures, and patterns that they allow for make them endlessly...
Inside-Painted Snuff Bottle Artist Ma Shaoxuan
by : Ka Bo Tsang (Author), Ma Zengshan (Author)
Pictorial Guide to Silvered Mercury Glass
This glass appeals to a broad spectrum of collectors with interests in historic Americana, Victorian collectibles, and the formal American and European art styles. After years of research, a comprehensive...
Chinese Snuff Bottles (Edward Choate O'Dell Collection)
by John G. Ford
New China Porcelain Art From Jingdezhen 1910-2012
by : m Fang & Nancy Selvage Lili (Author)
Discovering China: Chinese Ceramics
Chinese ceramics, a form of fine art dating back to the primitive days, range from construction materials such as bricks and tiles, hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires or...
Hare's Fur, Tortoiseshell, and Partridge Feathers: Chinese Brown and Black
This groundbreaking catalogue is the first of its kind to examine the exquisite Chinese brown- and black-glazed wares (including those commonly known as "Temmoku"), tracing their evolution and development from...
Twentieth-Century Ceramics (Mitchell Beazley Antiques & Collecta
What makes twentieth-century ceramics so appealing? They’re readily available, generally affordable, and stylistically suited to the contemporary home. This popular guide is the first to cover a wide range of...
Porcelain comes in a vast array of shapes and styles, providing something for every taste and pocket. This fully illustrated guide suggests how a collection may be themed and provides...
Roman Glass; in the corning museum of glass V.2
Along with volumes I and III, comprehensive catalogues of the Museum's stunning collection with photographs, profile drawings, and detailed descriptions of each object.t. By David Whitehouse (Author)
Anne Hirondelle: Ceramic Art (Thomas T. Wilson Series)
by : Jo Lauria and Jake Seniuk | Jan 24, 2012 For three decades, nationally renowned ceramist Anne Hirondelle has pushed the boundaries of traditional pottery, producing beautiful works that...
CAGE CUPS: Late Roman Luxury Glasses
Cage Cups: Late Roman Luxury Glasses is a comprehensive survey that presents chapters on the discovery and study, characteristics, distribution and date, and manufacture of cage cups. The book includes...
The Blair Bequest: Chinese Snuff Bottles from the Princeton University Art Museum
This lavishly illustrated book catalogues for the first time more than 300 snuff bottles that make up one of the most impressive collections of snuff bottles in the United States....
Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass: 1860-1930 Identification & Values
American pressed glass, which was at its zenith in the 1870s, entails hundreds of patterns and dozens of shapes with elaborate geometric, animal, fruit, and floral designs. Available in crystal...
Visions from the Golden Land: Burma and the Art of Lacquer
The visual impact of Burmese lacquerware is striking - the objects are dazzingly coloured, often in scarlet, gold and black, and are frequently inlaid with colourd stone or glass. A...
Blanc De Chine: Divine Images in Porcelain
by : John Ayers (Author)
Bottles of Delight: The Thal Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles
Now part of the collection of the Seattle Art Museum, the Thai Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles contains an outstanding group of over 40 bottles of superb quality. by :...