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by Elinor Gordon
Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain Paperback – May, 1984. A comprehensive introduction to the fine Chinese export porcelains made for the western markets from the 1730s to the beginning of the nineteenth century. With 150 black and white illustrations and 20 color plates.
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Collecting Chinese export porcelain Hardcover – 1977. Book by Gordon, Elinor.
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Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain by Elinor Gordon. New York: Universe Books, 1977. 158 pp. A guide by collectors and dealers Elinor and Horace Gordon, who collected thousands of pieces over 40 years. It illustrates the early blue-and-white from the K'ang Hsi period with the common tea sets and dinner services made for American families and shipped here at the end of the 18th c. NPT Books, a division of . Trent Antiques, has a large collection of used and out of print books on art, architecture, decoration and antiques with.
Chinese Export Porcelain by Andrew D. Madsen (English) Paperback Book Free Shipp. Elinor Gordon, Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain 1984. SOTHEBY’S EARLY CHINESE EXPORT CERAMICS Annamese Svargaloka Zecha Coll Catalog. Sotheby's 1985 Catalog Important Chinese Export Porcelain Mottahedeh Collection.
Reference books such as Elinor Gordon’s Collecting Export Porcelain, 1977, Universe Books, New York, NY, are excellent introductions to the subject matter. Depending on what kind of financial investment you are willing to make, an entire luncheon or dinner service in the later wares can be assembled.
It’s the Chinese export ‘private trade’ porcelain - pieces specially commissioned by Dutch and English East .
It’s the Chinese export ‘private trade’ porcelain - pieces specially commissioned by Dutch and English East India Company directors, European royals or Yankee merchants - that really makes collectors’ hearts beat faster. Armorial porcelain can connect a collector directly to important personages of the day: Louis XV of France, Catherine the Great, the ‘Princely’ Duke of Chandos and many, many more owned Chinese armorial services. 3. ‘European subject’ porcelain reflects fascinating social history.