33 books on Chinese Ming Dynasty porcelain, incl. a number of rare works

33 books on Chinese Ming Dynasty porcelain, incl. a number of rare works  
This lot was sold on 2018-12-08 and is no longer available

Full list:

Kraak Porcelain, M. Rinaldi, Bamboo
Chinese Blue and White Porcelain, Third Edition, D. Macintosh, Antique Collectors Club
Blue and White Chinese Porcelain around the World, J. Carswell, British Museum Press
Ming Porcelains, A. Joseph, Bibelot
From Object to Concept – Global Consumption and the Transformation of Ming Porcelain, S. Pierson, Hong Kong University Press
Eastern Ceramics and other works of Art from the collection of Gerald Reitlinger, Ashmolean Museum
Early Ming Wares of Chingtechen, Vetch & Lee Ltd, Brankston
Ming Porcelain for a Globalised Trade, Arnoldsche Art Publishers, E. Ströber
Ming Pottery and Porcelain 1368-1644, Soame Jenyns, Faber&Faber
The Origins of Kraak Porcelain, Ruoming Wu
The Wares of The Ming Dynasty, R. L. Hobson, Tuttle (two copies)
Trade Taste & Transformation: Jingdezhen Porcelain for Japan, 1620-1645, Julia B. Curtis, China Institute
Chinese Blue & White Ceramics, Arts Orientalis, S.T. Yeo & Jean Martin
Christie’s Pictorial History of Chinese Ceramics, Anthony du Boulay, Prentice Hall
Chinese Blue & White Porcelain, Duncan Macintosh, David & Charles
Transitional Wares and Their Forerunners, The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong
Ming Ceramics in the British museum, J. Harrison-Hall, The British Museum Press
Chinese Ceramics of the Transitional Period, China Institute in America
Swatow, Museum – Het Princessehof, B. Harrisson
Chinese Porcelain from the Addis Collection, J.M. Addis
Chinese ceramics from Japanese collections, Asia House Gallery
Chinese Ceramics in Colonial Mexico
Chinese Ceramics & the maritime Trade pre-1700, B. McElney, the Museum of East Asian Art, Bath
Important Chenghua Porcelain from a Private Collection, Sotheby’s Hong Kong, 27 april 1999
The Emperor’s broken China – Reconstructing Chenghua porcelain, Sotheby’s
The BP exhibition, Ming 50 years that changed China, The British Museum
Chinese Blue and White Porcelain
Ming Porcelains, China Institue in America, Valenstein
Ming Colours, Polychrome Porcelain from Jingdezhen, Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art
The Chinese Potter – a practical history of Chinese ceramics, M. Medley, Phaidon
Oriental blue & white, Sir Harry Garner, Faber&Faber
Chinese Porcelains from the Ardebil Shrine, J. A. Pope, Sotheby Parke Bernet