July to August 1987 Magazine

USD $20.00

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

Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

The Lost University of Vikramsila by K.M. SRIVASTAVA

Visions of Tibet by BARRY J. SOLOMAN

Phur-Pa—Tibetan Ritual Daggers by AMY HELLER and THOMAS MARCOTTY

Culture in Microcosm: The Nepalese Ink-Well by MARY SHEPHERD SLUSSER and MANUELA FULLER

The Mongolian Saddle by RON EDWARDS

Contemporary Print-Making in India by CHARLES STROTH

Ting Ware—the White Queen Among Porcelains by LIU LIANG-YU

(Saleroom News) London Sales at Phillips and Bonhams by SIMONE JONES

(Saleroom News) Chinese Snuff Bottles at Sotheby’s London by ROBERT KLEINER

(Saleroom News) Japanese Works of Art at Sotheby’s London by KAREN HEATH

(Saleroom News) Chinese Export Porcelain at Christie’s London by COLIN SHEAF

(Book Reviews) Penang Views 1770–1860 by FONG PENG KHUAN

(Book Reviews) Seven Thousand Years of Jewellery by STEPHEN MARKBREITER

(Collectors Column) Personal Recollections of Chu Ch’i-chan by KAREN and LEON WENDER

(Collectors Column) Two Capitals Of Burma—Part II: Mandalay by VICTOR DOVE

(Collectors Column) Indian Horses and Horsemen by RENZO FRESCHI

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