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AUTHOR INDEX:

 

Allen, Phillip

     The Oriental Ceramic Society in Dresden, 16 – 23 September 1995, 59, 1994-1995,

     71-80, 4 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society in Istanbul and Iran, 61, 1996-1997, 133-139, 6 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 29 September – 19 October 2000, 65,

     2000-2001, 99-107, 13 Figs.

     Sir Victor Sassoon and his Ivories, 66, 2001-2002, 95-105, 15 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 4 to 26 April 2002, 66, 2001-2002,

     117-127, 29 Figs.

     The Uses of Oriental Porcelain in English Houses, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE

      AND  WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 121-128, 9 Figs.

     Visit to Boughton House on Tuesday 28 June 2005, 69, 2004-2005, 87-95, 12 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to the Silk Road, 13 April – 1 May 2005, 69,

     2004-2005, 97-103, 10 Figs.

Arapova, Tatiana

     China and Russian Chinoiserie in the 18th century, 61, 1996-1997, 75-89, 15 Figs.

Ayers, John, Impey, Oliver, Mallet, J. V. G., du Boulay, Anthony and Smith, Lawrence

     Porcelain for Palaces: the Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750

     An exhibition organised jointly with the British Museum in the

     New Japanese Galleries 6 July to 4 November 1990. 54, 1989-1990, 7.

Ayers, John

     The ‘Peachbloom’ Wares of  the Kangxi period (1662-1722), the Alice Ferris

     Memorial Lecture, 64, 1999-2000, 31-50, 36 Figs.

     The Blanc de Chine Figure, 68, 2003-2004, 15-25, 15 Figs.

Barry, Jennifer

     From Stamford Raffles to the Central Expressway: 19th and 20th century

     archaeological recoveries from an island in the Singapore River, 65, 2000-2001, 73-

     82, 16 Figs.

Beecher, Cyril

     Yunnan Underglaze Blue Ceramics, 63 1998-1999, 121-127, 5 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 29th September – 19th October 2000, 65,

     2000-2001, 99-107, 13 Figs.

     Ceramics South of  the Clouds: Ceramics from Yunnan, mostly from the Ming

     Dynasty, 67, 2002-2003, 49-56, 9 Figs.

 Blurton, Richard

     Indian Terracotta Figurines: their Function and Production, summary of a lecture, 56,

     1991-1992, 101 & 102.

Caiger-Smith, Alan

     Continuity and Innovation in Ceramics, 58, 1993-1994, 51-61, 9 Figs.

Capon, Edmund

     Chinese Art Collections in Australia, 63, 1998-1999, 99-113, 19 Figs.

Canby, Sheila

     Philby’s Finds: Ceramics from the Heart of Arabia, 60, 1995-1996, 77-88, 15 Figs.

     Jewelled Gifts of the Mughal Court, 66, 2001-2002, 57-64, 4 Figs.

Carswell, John

     Imperial China and Ottoman Turkey, 60, 1995-1996, 89-104, 21 Figs.

Cheang, Sarah

     ‘My Kylins’: the blanc de Chine lions at Preston Manor, Brighton, 69, 2004-2005, 37-

     42, 8 Figs.

Chen Jianzhong  and Xu Benchang

     Ancient Dehua Porcelain, Fujian Wares Seminar, 60, 1995-1996, 17-23, 6 Figs.

 Chen Jianzhong 

    Export Porcelain from Ancient Dehua, Fujian Wares Seminar, 60, 1995-1996, 35 &  

    36, 1 Fig.

Chen Jianzhong  and Xu Benchang

     Ancient Dehua Porcelain, Fujian Wares Seminar, 60, 1995-1996, 17-23, 6 Figs.

Choi Kun

     New Development in the Study of Koryo Celadons, 66, 2001-2002, 29-45, 18 Figs.

Clunas, Craig

     Report on the Study Day on 16th century Chinese Ceramics, 58 1993-1994, 23-32, 6

     Figs.

     Gifts and Giving in Chinese Art, the Ninth Hills Gold Medal Lecture, 62, 1997-1998,

     1-18, 11 Figs.

     Report on ‘Chinese Art in Britain: A Study Day on the History of the OCS’, 64, 1999- 

     2000, 95 & 96.

Crick, Monique

     Hongzhi (1488-1505) and Zhengde (1506-21) Ceramics found on shipwrecks off the

     coast of the Philippines, 62, 1997-1998, 69-81, 14 Figs.

Crowe, Yolande

     Echoes of Far Eastern Lacquer in the World of Islam, 62, 1997-1998, 57-67, 12 Figs.

     A Neglected Treasure in the Victorian and Albert Museum, 67, 2002-2003, 57-61, 2

     Figs.

     Unravelling Late Safavid Blue and White Ceramics, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE

        AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 85-89, 5 Figs.

Curtis, Julia B.

     If Pots Could Speak: the old art history and the new, 61, 1996-1997, 101-119, 14 Figs.

Curtis, Emily Byrne

     Chinese Glass and the Vatican records, 57 1992-1993, 49-57, 6 Figs.

Cushion, John & Margaret

     Oriental Ceramic Society visit to Lisbon, 9-14 May 1994, 58, 1993-1994, 93 & 94.

da Silva, John B.

     Shufu Wares, 63, 1998-1999, 115-119, 6 Figs.

du Boulay, Anthony, Ayers, John, Impey, Oliver, Mallet, J. V. G., and Smith, Lawrence

     Porcelain for Palaces: the Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750

     An exhibition organised jointly with the British Museum in the

     New Japanese Galleries 6 July to 4 November 1990. 54, 1989-1990, 7.

Du Boulay, Anthony

     The Summer Palace, Beijing 1900: An Inventory by Noel Du Boulay, Commandant

     1900-1901, 55 1990-1991, 83-102, 16 Figs.

     Oriental Ceramic Society visit to Durham, 57, 1992-1993, 99 & 100.

     The Mind of the Collector, 62, 1997-1998, 51-56, 7 Figs.

Du Shengxian

     The Xiunesi Kilnsite: the excavation of the Laohudong (Tiger Cave) kilnsite at

     Phoenix Hill in Hangzhou, 65, 2000-2001, 19-24, 18 Figs.

     The Excavations of the remains of Lin’an (Hangzhou), the capital city of the Southern

     Song (AD 1127-1279) dynasty, 65, 2000-2001, 41-44, 8 Figs.

     The Tai Temple of the Emperor Zhao of the Southern Song dynasty (AD 1127-1279),

     65, 2000-2001, 45 & 46, 5 Figs.

Eiland, Murray Lee

     The Ceramics of the Silk Route: Parthia and China, the Sixth George de Menasce    

     Memorial Trust Lecture, 60, 1995-1996, 105-120, 14 Figs.

Eskenazi, John

     Chinese Carpets, summary of a lecture, 61, 1996-1997, 143&144, 1 Fig.

Espir, Helen

     Pretty China: Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe in the 18th century, 62, 1997-

     1998, 39-50, 15 Figs.

     East meets West: Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe. Catalogue of a Study  

     Display at the British Museum, Northern Entrance, 18th September 2001 – 15th March 

     2002, 65, 2000-2001, 109-117, 8 Figs.

     Overview of the Display at the British Museum, Study Day, East meets West: Oriental

     Porcelain decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 119-126, 8 Figs.

 Espir, Helen, edited for Ye Wencheng

     The Discovery of Kilns Making ‘Swatow’ Type Wares at Pinghe in Fujian Province,

     60,  1995-1996, 37-46, 22 Figs.

Farrer, Anne

     Chinese Printmaking Today, summary of a lecture, 68, 2003-2004, 69 & 70, 1 Fig.

Faulkner, Rupert

     What’s in a Tea Bowl? The Case of Raku Kichizaemon XV, summary of a lecture, 65,

      2000-2001, 95 & 96, 2 Figs.

     Visual Feasts: Food consumption and the history of Japanese Ceramics, summary of a

     Lecture, 67, 2002-2003, 69 & 70, 1 Fig.

Figgess, John

     Japanese Heirloom Swatow Wares, summary of a lecture, 55 1990-1991, 103 & 104.

     Soame Jenyns (1904-1976) recalled by Sir John Figgess, 60, 1995-1996, 157-161, 1

     Fig.

Finch, Irene

     Japanese and Chinese ‘Shonsui’, 62, 1997-1998, 83-88, 9 Figs.

Forbes, H. A. Crosby

     Chinese Export Silver for the British Market, 1660 to 1780, 63, 1998-1999, 1-18, 15 

    Figs.

Gabszewicz, Anton

     Some European Interpretations of Oriental Designs in Underglaze Blue, Study Day,     

     THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 111-119, 9 Figs.

 Gibbs, Edward

     Mamluk Ceramics 648-923 A.H./A.D. 1250-1517, the Seventh George de Menasce

     Memorial Trust Lecture, 63, 1998-1999, 19-44, 22 Figs.

Gillman, Derek

     Feet of clay: Buddhist sculpture in late medieval China, summary of a lecture, 59,

     1994-1995, 83.

Goepper, Roger

     Early Kashmiri Textiles? Painted Ceilings in Alchi, the Sixth Hills Gold Medal

     Lecture, 56, 1991-1992, 47-74, 30 Figs.

 Grube, Ernst J.

     Timurid Ceramics: Filling a gap in the ceramic history of the Islamic World, 58, 1993-

     1994, 77-86, 8 Figs.

Guy, John and Richards R. J.

     Architectural Ceramics of Sukhothai Province, 56, 1991-1992, 75-99, 38 Figs.

Guy, John

     A Reassessment of Khmer Ceramics and Their Origins, 61, 1996-1997, 39-63, 33

     Figs.

     Early Asian Ceramic Trade and the Belitung (‘Tang’) Cargo, 66, 2001-2002, 13-27,

     18 Figs.

Hardie, Alison

     Pictorial Representations of Gardens in 16th-17th century China, 67, 2002-2003, 33-47,

     15 Figs.

Hardie, Peter

     Glass in China: Late Ming to Early Qing, 55, 1990-1991, 9-28, 17 Figs.

      The Schiller brothers and the Bristol collections of Oriental Art, summary of a

      lecture, 58, 1993-1994, 87 & 88.

     China’s Ceramic Trade with India: The Cheltenham Collection, 63, 1998-1999, 129-

     136, 6 Figs.

Harris, Conrad

     Chinese Ceramic Horses and how they changed, summary of a lecture, 75-78, 4 Figs.

 Harrison-Hall, Jessica

     Research Display on 16th century Chinese Ceramics at the British Museum, 58, 1993-

     1994, 33-36, 6 Figs.

     Catalogue of Oriental Green Wares: Pottery and Porcelain from the Near and Far East,

     Exhibition Room, 33b at the British Museum, 3 May – 13 July 1997, 60, 1995-1996,

     121-151, 23 Figs.

     The British Museum Collection of Ming Ceramics, summary of a lecture, 65, 2000- 

     2001, 97 & 98, 2 Figs.

     Blue for Who? Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 73-77, 6

     Figs.

Ho, Chuimei

     Social Life Under the Mongols as seen in Ceramics, 59, 1994-1995, 33-47, 8 Figs.

Impey, Oliver, Ayers, John, Mallet, J. V. G., Du Boulay, Anthony and Smith, Lawrence

     Porcelain for Palaces: the Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750

     An exhibition organised jointly with the British Museum in the

     New Japanese Galleries 6 July to 4 November 1990. 54, 1989-1990, 7.

Impey, Oliver

     Japanese porcelain before the time of the export trade, summary of a lecture, 59, 1994-

     1995, 81 & 82.

     Nabeshima porcelain: the emperor’s new clothes, 64, 1999-2000, 1-18, 35 Figs.

     Origins of Blue and White in Japan, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67,

     2002-2003, 79-84, 8 Figs.

     Kakiemon, the Tenth Hills Gold Medal Lecture, 68, 2003-2004, 1-14, 17 Figs.

Isaacs, Ralph

     Burmese Lacquer: Pagan Yun wares and some regional wares of Central Burma and

     the Inle Lake region of the Shan State, summary of a lecture, 66, 2001-2002, 113-116,

     6 Figs.

Jackson, Anna and Jaffer, Amin

     Encounters: the Meeting of Asia and Europe, 1500-1800, 69, 2004-2005, 77-82, 8

     Figs.

Jaffer, Amin and Jackson, Anna

     Encounters: the Meeting of Asia and Europe, 1500-1800, 69, 2004-2005, 77-82, 8

     Figs.

Ji Chongjian and Paludan, Ann

     The Origins and Development of Chinese Buddhist Sculpture, 64, 1999-2000, 19-29,

      25 Figs.

Jörg, Christiaan

     Exoticism in Japan – Japanese Interest in Dutch Ceramics and Other Curiosities, 58

     1993-1994, 1-21, 23 Figs.

     To the Highest Bidder: The Auction of a Porcelain Shop in Amsterdam in 1778, 65,

     2000-2001, 61-72, 16 Figs.

     Some Items of Dutch-decorated Oriental Porcelain, Study Day, East meets West:

     Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 143-148, 9 Figs.

Kerr, Rose

     Song and Yuan Bronzes, 54, 1989-1990, 9-24, 14 Figs.

     Guan Ware Seminar, introduction, 57, 1992-1993, 25 & 26.

     The Status of Ceramics in Early China, 60, 1995-1996, 1-15, 7 Figs.

     Chinese Architectural Ceramics, summary of a lecture, 63, 1998-1999, 137.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 4th to 26th April 2002, 66, 2001-2002,

     117-127, 29 Figs.

     Editor, catalogue THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE: An exhibition of Blue and White

     ceramics, dating between 1320 and 1820, from members of the Oriental Ceramic

     Society, 2003.

      Introduction to the Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 71.

     Ceramic Achievement in China over the last thirty years, 69, 2004-2005, 1-9, 16 Figs.

     Collectors and Collecting: Song dynasty Ceramics at the V&A, 69, 2004-2005, 75 &

     76, 2 Figs.

Keswick, Maggie

     Chinese Gardens, summary of a lecture, 54, 1989-1990, 63.

Klose, Jane

     Excavated Oriental Ceramics from the Cape of Good Hope: 1630-1830, 57, 1992-

     1993, 69-81, 12 Figs.

     Oriental ceramics retrieved from three Dutch East India Company ships wrecked off

      the coast of southern Africa: the Oosterland (1697), Bennebroek (1713) and   

     Brederode (1785), 64, 1999-2000, 63-81, 13 Figs.

Krahl, Regina

     The Question of Northern Guan Ware, summary of a lecture, Guan Ware Seminar, 57,

     1992-1993, 46 & 47, 1 Fig.

Lam, Peter Y. K.

     Tang Ying (1682-1756): The Imperial Factory Superintendent at Jingdezhen, 63 1998-

     1999, 65-82, 13 Figs.

     Lang Tingji (1663-1715) and the Porcelain of the Late Kangxi Period, 68, 2003-2004,

     27-49, 21 Figs.

Lawton, Thomas

     Jin Futing, a 19th-century Chinese Collector-Connoisseur, 54, 1989-1990, 35-61, 20

     Figs.

Lee, Isabelle

     Touhu: Three Millenia of the Chinese Arrow Vase and the Game of Pitch-Pot, the

     Fifth George de Menasce Memorial Trust Lecture 56, 1991-1992, 13-27, 11 Figs.

Li Huibing

      Song Guan Wares. Song Official Wares, Guan Ware Seminar, 57, 1992-1993, 27-34,

     12 Figs.

Lightfoot, Sonia

     An Innocent Eye: The collection of Chinese painting and relevant correspondence of

     Sir James Stewart Lockhart, summary of a lecture, 68, 2003-2004, 67 & 68, 1 Fig.

Little, Stephen

     Daoism and the Arts of China, summary of a lecture, 65, 2000-2001, 93 & 94, 2 Figs.

Littleton, Richard

     Qing dynasty Sepia and Rich Black Overglaze Enamel Decorated Porcelains: Kangxi

     (1662-1722) – Yongzheng (1723-1735) – Qianlong (1736-1795), 61, 1996-1997, 91-

     100, 6 Figs.

Liu Xinyuan

     Porcelain excavated from the official kilns of the Xuande (1426-1435) era at Zu Shan,

     Jingdezhen, 62, 1997-1998, 19-25, 17 Figs.

Lu Minghua

     Kangxi (1662-1722) Imperial Porcelains and Related Questions, 61, 1996-1997, 65-

     73, 16 Figs.

Mallet, J. V. G., Ayers, John, Impey, Oliver, Du Boulay, Anthony and Smith, Lawrence

     Porcelain for Palaces: the Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750

     An exhibition organised jointly with the British Museum in the

     New Japanese Galleries 6 July to 4 November 1990. 54, 1989-1990, 7.

Manginis, George

     The George Eumorfopoulos donation to the Benaki Museum, Athens, the Eighth

     George de Menasce Memorial Trust Lecture, 66, 2001-2002, 77-93, 15 Figs.

Manners, Errol

     Dutch ‘Fine line’ and German Schwarzlot decoration, Study Day, East meets West:

     Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 135-142, 6 Figs.

Martin, Jean

     Colonel William Thomlinson’s  Collection of Chinese 18th Century Export Porcelain:

     ‘Batavian’ Style and other Brown Glazed Wares, 57, 1992-1993, 84-94, 8 Figs.         

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 29th September – 19th October 2000, 65,

     2000-2001, 99-107, 13 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to China, 4th to 26th April 2002, 66, 2001-2002,

     117-127, 29 Figs.

     Chinese 16th and 17th century Porcelain – Kraak, ‘Swatow’ and ‘Transitional styles,

     69, 2002-2005, 49-58, 19 Figs.

     The Oriental Ceramic Society Tour to the Silk Road, 13 April – 1 May 2005, 69,

     2004-2005, 97-103, 10 Figs.

Martin, Jean and Pearce, Jacqueline

     Oriental Blue and White Porcelain found at archaeological excavations in London:

     Research in Progress, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003,

     99-109, 12 Figs.

McCausland, Shane

     The Emperor’s old toys: Rethinking the Yongzheng (1723-35) Scroll of Antiquities in

     the Percival David Foundation, 66, 2001-2002, 65-75, 10 Figs.

McElney, Brian

     Chinese Tea Drinking Customs and the changes over the centuries and the effect of

     such changes on the Ceramics used in China, 69, 2004-2005, 69-73, 6 Figs.

 McKillop, Beth

     Some Potters working in Korea Today, 57, 1992-1993, 59-68, 8 Figs.

Medley, Margaret

     Imperial Patronage and Early Ming Porcelain, 55, 1990-1991, 29-42, 17 Figs.

Michaelson, Carol

     Han Dynasty Chinese Glass Plaques in the British Museum, 63, 1998-1999, 45-64, 17

     Figs.

     Gilded Dragons: Buried Treasures from China’s Golden Ages, summary of a lecture,

     64, 1999-2000, 97 & 99.

     7000 Years of Chinese Jade, summary of a lecture, 67, 2002-2003, 63 & 64, 2 Figs.

Michell, George

     Vijayanagara, City of Victory: Excavations and Finds, summary of a lecture, 56 1991-

     1992, 103 &104.

Miller, Susan

     Europe’s Enamellers: Creating China for the West, Study Day, East meets West:

     Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 149-158, 6 Figs.

Moore, Oliver

     Mysteries of Ancient China. Exhibition at the British Museum, 13th September 1996

     to 5th January 1997, summary of a lecture, 60, 1995-1996, 156.

Moura Carvalho, Pedro

     Porcelains for the Shah, Ardabil and the Chinese Ceramics Trade in the Persian Gulf,

     66, 2001-2002, 47-56, 8 Figs.

Paludan, Ann and Ji Chongjian

      The Origins and Development of Chinese Buddhist Sculpture, 64, 1999-2000, 19-29,

      25 Figs.

Pearce, Jacqueline and Martin, Jean

     Oriental Blue and White Porcelain found at archaeological excavations in London:

     Research in Progress, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, 67, 2002-2003,

     99-109, 12 Figs.

Pearce, Nick

      A Group of Chinese Stoneware Buddhist Sculptures Reunited, 58, 1993-1994, 37-50,

     13 Figs.   

Pierson, Stacey

     Changsha to Jingdezhen: In-glaze decoration in Chinese Ceramics from the 8th to the

     16th century, 61, 1996-1997, 9-18, 9 Figs.

Pijl-Ketel, Christine van der

     Kraak type Porcelain and other Ceramic Wares recovered from the Dutch East

     Indiaman the ‘Witte Leeuw’ sunk in 1613, Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND

      WHITE, 67, 2002-2003, 91-98, 8 Figs.

Pirazzoli-t’Sterstevens, Michèle

     Europeomania at the Chinese Court: the Palace of the Delights of Harmony (1747-

     1751), Architecture and Interior Decoration, 65, 2000-2001, 47-60, 18 Figs.

Pollard, Clare

     The Wizard of Ota: Adaptation and Innovation in the works of Miyagawa Kôzan

     (1842-1916), 60, 1995-1996, 61-75, 12 Figs.

     ‘Gorgeous with Glitter and Gold’: Miyagawa Kozan and the Development of Satsuma

     Export Ware, summary of a lecture, 68, 2003-2004, 71-73, 3 Figs.

Portal, Jane

     The British Museum’s Korean Collection, 60, 1995-1996, 47-60, 16 Figs.

     Collecting Art in North Korea, 69, 2004-2005, 43-48, 8 Figs.

Porter, Venetia

     Islamic Tiles and William de Morgan at Leighton House, summary of a lecture, 57,

     1992-1993, 97 & 98.

Porter, Yves

     Potters, Painters and Patrons: Documentary Inscriptions and Iconography in Pre-

     Mongol Iranian Ceramics, 69, 2004-2005, 25-35, 9 Figs.

Qin Dashu

     A study of the relationship between Cizhou and Ding Wares, 65, 2000-2001, 1-18, 25

     Figs.

     The Success of the Cizhou Wares during the Jin dynasty (AD 1115-1234), 65, 2000-

      2001, 25-40, 27 Figs.

Rawson, Jessica

     Contact between Southern China and Henan during the Shang Period, 57, 1992-1993,

     1-24, 17 Figs.

     Thinking with Pictures: Tomb Figures in the Chinese View of the Afterlife, 61, 1996-

     1997, 19-37, 13 Figs.

Reichel, Friedrich

     Famille Rose in the Dresden Porcelain Collection: Sunset Glow of Chinese Porcelain

     Art, summary of a lecture, 60, 1995-1996, 153-155, 2 Figs.

Ressing-Wolfert, Jacobien

     The Delft Background references to early petit-feu technique and over-decoration 

     from Dutch archives, Study Day, East meets West: Oriental Porcelain decorated in

     Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 127-134, 9 Figs.

Richards R. J. and Guy, John

     Architectural Ceramics of Sukhothai Province, 56, 1991-1992, 75-99, 38 Figs.

Rinaldi, Maura

     Dating Kraak Porcelain, summary of a lecture, 54, 1989-1990, 63 & 64.

     The Ceramic Cargo of the Nuestra Señora de la Concepcion, summary of a lecture, 57,

     1992-1993, 95 & 96.

Rooney, Dawn F.

     Ritual and Art at Angkor, 64, 1999-2000, 83-91, 12 Figs.

Rousmanière, Nicole Coolidge, Porcelains in the British Museum: A. W. Franks and the

     formation of the Japanese Ceramic Collection, 65, 2000-2001, 83-92, 10 Figs.

Scott, Rosemary

     Guan or Ge ware? summary of a lecture, Guan Ware Seminar, 57, 1992-1993, 44 &

     45.

     Decorative links between Porcelain and Silk in the Qing Period, 58, 1993-1994, 63-

     75, 12 Figs.

     A Remarkable Tang Dynasty Cargo, 67, 2002-2003, 13-26, 18 Figs.

Shulsky, Linda S.

     Chinese Porcelain in Spanish colonial Sites in the Southern Part of North America and

     the Caribbean, 63 1998-1999, 83-98, 12 Figs.

Smith, Lawrence, Ayers, John, Impey, Oliver,  Mallet, J. V. G. and Du Boulay, Anthony

     Porcelain for Palaces: the Fashion for Japan in Europe 1650-1750.

     An exhibition organised jointly with the British Museum in the

     New Japanese Galleries 6 July to 4 November 1990. 54, 1989-1990, 7.

 

Ströber, Eva

     Porcelain and lacquer – Oriental blue and white porcelain with lacquer

     decoration in the Dresden collection, Study Day, East meets West: Oriental Porcelain

     decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001, 159-166, 8 Figs.

Sun Xinmin

     The Excavation and Preliminary Study of the Zhanggongxiang Kilnsite in Ruzhou, 69,

     2004-2005, 11-17, 11 Figs.

Tregear, Mary

     A Memoir, the Seventh Hills Gold Medal Award, 59, 1994-1995, 1-10, 1 Fig.

Ts’ai Ho-pi

     Song dynasty Guan ware and its Influence on Later Wares, Guan Ware Seminar, 57,

     1992-1993, 35-43, 9 Figs.

Vainker, Shelagh

     Northern Song Silver, 59, 1994-1995, 11-31, 13 Figs.

     Song Sancai and Song Buildings: Relics and Representations of Northern Song

     Buildings, 66, 2001-2002, 1-11, 12 Figs.

Wang Jianhua

     Emperor Yongzheng and his Pastimes, 66, 2001-2002, 1-11, 15 Figs.

Wang Liying

     The Ancient Chinese Ceramics Research Society (The China Society of Ancient

     Ceramics), 69, 2004-2005, 19-24, 11 Figs.

Wang Qingzheng

     Ru Ware, 54 1989-1990, 25-29, 4 Figs.

     Some Questions concerning Ge Ware, 54, 1989-  

     1990, 31-34, 4 Figs.

Ward, Rachel

     Incense and Incense Burners in Mamluk Egypt and Syria, 55, 1990-1991, 67-82, 17

     Figs.

     Mamluk enamelled glass – the Chinese Connection, summary of a lecture, 64, 1999-

     2000, 99 & 100, 2 Figs.

Watson, Oliver

     On Attributing Pottery in Iran and Syria, summary of a lecture, 61, 1996-1997,

     141&142,

Weibull, Jörgen

     Recent Chinese Research on the European Trade in the Eighteenth Century, summary

     of a lecture, 55, 1990-1991, 104.

Whitcomb, Donald

     Glazed Ceramics of the Abbasid Period from the Aqaba Excavations, 55, 1990-1991,

     43-65, 13 Figs.

White, Helen

     Snuff Bottles from China in the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, summary of

     a lecture, 54, 1989-1990, 64 & 65, 1 Fig.

Whitfield, Roderick

     The Monuments of Kyôngju Namsam, summary of a lecture, 58, 1993-1994, 89-92, 2

     Figs.

Whitfield, Susan

     Monkeys and Merchants: Silk Road Travellers, summary of a lecture, 68, 2003-2004,

     61-65, 3 Figs.

Wikramaratna, P. H. D. S.

     Gifts of Chinese Ceramics to British Museums, 69, 2004-2005, 83-85, 4 Figs.

Wilson, Ming

     The Colour of Stones, 62, 1997-1998, 27-37, 11 Figs.

     New Research on the Ceremonial Paraphernalia Album in the V&A, 68, 2003-2004,

     51-59, 16 Figs.

Wilson, Verity

     Chinese Silk for Scotland: The ivory damask bed curtains for Melville House, c. 1700, 

     summary of a lecture, 66, 2001-2002, 111 & 112, 1Fig.

Wirgin, Jan

     Chinese Reverse Painting on Glass in the 18th century, summary of a lecture, 66,

     2001-2002, 107-109, 2 Figs.

Wood, Frances

     From Ships’s Captains to the Bloomsbury Group: the late arrival of China paintings in

     Britain, 61, 1996-1997, 121-131, 2 Figs.

     Red Flags, summary of a lecture, 64, 1999-2000, 101.

     The Silk Road, summary of a lecture, 67, 2002-2003, 65-68, 6 Figs.

     The Forbidden City, 69, 2004-2005, 63-68, 8 Figs.

Wood, Nigel

     Oriental Ceramic Society Tour of China, 29 March to 21 April 1995, 59, 1994- 

     1995,  49-61, 14 Figs.

      Chinese Glazes, summary of a lecture, 64, 1999-2000, 93 & 94.

Xu Benchang  and Chen Jianzhong

     Ancient Dehua Porcelain, Fujian Wares Seminar, 60, 1995-1996, 17-23, 6 Figs.

Ye Wencheng, edited by Espir, Helen

     The Discovery of Kilns Making ‘Swatow’ Type Wares at Pinghe in Fujian Province,

     60,  1995-1996, 37-46, 22 Figs.

Ye Zhemin

     A Discussion of the Ding Ware Kilns, 59, 1993-1994, 63-69, 6 Figs.

Young, Hilary

     The 18th-century London and Midlands decorating workshops, summary of a lecture,

     Study Day, East meets West: Oriental Porcelain decorated in Europe, 65, 2000-2001,

     167 & 168, 2 Figs.

Yuba, Tadanori

     The Development of the Precursor of Porcelain and the Rise of Celadon: A Re-

     Examination of the Problems concerning Dating and areas of Production, 64, 1999-

     2000, 51-62, 16 Figs.

Zeng Fan

     Additional Comments on the Dehua Kilns, Fujian Wares Seminar, 60, 1995-1996, 25-

     27.

     New Archaeological Discoveries at Jian Kiln sites, 60, 1995-1996, 28-33, 4 Figs.

Zhang Hongxing

     Forbidden City: Treasures of an Empire, 67, 2002-2003, 27-31, 4 Figs.

 Zhang Pusheng

     New Discoveries from Recent Research into Chinese Blue and White Porcelain, 56,

     1991-1992, 37-46, 2 Figs.

Zhuo Zhenxi

     My Work on Yaozhou Kiln Sites, the Eighth Hills Gold Medal Lecture, 61, 1996-

     1997, 1-8, 14 Figs.

Zhu Boqian

     A Pearl among Greenwares: Guan Ware of the South Song, 56, 1991-1992, 29-35, 3

     Figs.

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