January to February 1997 Magazine

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This edition is out of print and is only available digitally.

Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

Painted Tibetan Furniture by TONY ANNINOS

Traditional Myanmar Pottery by MA THANEGI and BARRY BROMAN

Opium Lamps—Variations on the Opium Smoking Theme by JAMES DICKIE

Tobacco Pipe Curiosities of the Orient by BENJAMIN RAPAPORT

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Chinese Ceramics, Furniture and Works of Art on September 18th, 1996 by HUGO KEITH WEIHE

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Indian and Southeast Asian Art on September 19th, 1996 by JEANNE DE GUARDIOLA

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Japanese Works of Art on September 20th, 1996 by GRETCHEN GOOD

(Saleroom News) Christie’s New York: The Chang Family Han Lu Studio and Chinese Paintings, Calligraphy and Rubbings on September 18th, 1996 by LAURA WHITMAN

(Saleroom News) Christie’s New York: The Former Museum of Classical Chinese Furniture Collection on September 19th, 1996 by ROBERT P. PICCUS

Cantonese Opera Costumes in Canada: Traditions Preserved Far From the Homeland by ELIZABETH LOMINSKA JOHNSON

Carved Coconut Containers by NOEL F. SINGER

(Book Reviews) Japanese Art: The Great European Collections by PAUL ST. JOHN MACKINTOSH

Six Years Index 1991–1996 by URSULA ROBERTS

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