1 edition of 20th century Japanese blue & white found in the catalog.
20th century Japanese blue & white
by Executive Committee for the England Exhibit of Three Generations of Sometsuke Ceramics in [Cambridge, England?]
Written in English
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England, Apr. 6-May 31, 1993.
|Other titles||Twentieth century Japanese blue & white, Three generations of ceramic achievement by the Kondo family|
|Contributions||Kondō, Yūzō, 1902-1985., Kondō, Hiroshi, 1936-, Kondō, Takahiro, 1958-, Fitzwilliam Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
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Large Japanese Blue and White Charger Plate Porcelain, 20th Century. The underside has four blue rings and is signed in the central section. The piece also has three small spurs to the underside from where it was sat in the kiln, which is characteristic of Japanese porcelain.
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