Kamratan-5

Khmer Ceramics from the Kamratan Collection in the Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, Kyoto

$66.00

Publisher: Oxford University Press.

Place published: New York.

Date published: 1990.

Book condition: Very Good.

Binding: Hardcover.

Edition: First English Language Edition.

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Product Description

Author: Hiroshi Fujiwara.

First published in Japan, 1989, in conjunction with a Special Exhibition. Introduction by Dawn F. Rooney. 111 pages with 138 color photographic illustrations, 2 maps, 16 figures, black & white illustrations, and bibliography. A collection of 138 pieces of Khmer pottery collected over a 25 year period by Mr. Hiroshi Fujiwara. It was only in the early 1970s that researchers started investigating the provenance of glazed stonewares unearthed at Prasat Ban Phluang in north-eastern Thailand and other sites. Although there are still many gaps in our knowledge, Khmer pottery is now an identifiable ceramic form which attracts a good deal of attention for its distinctive shapes, glazes, and technology.

Hardcover with jacket, text and illustrations in very good clean condition, very occasional small printers smudge, cover with very light wear. 10 by 7.75 inches.

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