July to August 2014 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Correspondence

Japanese Porcelain From the Royal Collection: The Porzellansammlung, Staatliche Kunstasammlungen Dresden by CORA WURMELL

The Dresden State Art Collections; Collecting Japan in the 19th Century by GREGORY IRVINE

Patchwork of Enlightenment: An Exhibition of Kesa at the Museum Der Kulturen In Basel, Switzerland by ALAN KENNEDY

Banko Ceramics: A little Known Japanese Export Pottery by BARRY TILL

Who Made Chigusa? A Tea-Leaf Storage Jar’s Owners Over Seven Centuries by LOUISE ALLISON CORT

The Story Behind a Wooden Shrine of Palatial Construction by OI LING CHIANG

Liang Yi Museum: Hong Kong’s Largest Private Museum Opens by LYNN FUNG

Orient and Occident in Miniature: Bejewelled Clutches, Compacts and Powder Boxes by MEREDITH ETHERINGTON-SMITH

Exquisite Vessels: Stylistic Changes in Chinese Ritual Bronzes of the Zhou Dynasty by LIU YANG

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s Hong Kong: Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on April 7th and 8th, 2014 by EDIE HU

(Saleroom News) Bonhams London: Fine Chinese Art on May 15th, 2014 by ASAPH HYMAN and OLIVIE HAMILTON

(Book Reviews) The Woolf Collection of Chinese Jade by ROSE KERR

(Book Reviews) Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints by ALRED HAFT

(Collectors World) Sein Myint: From Moonshiner to Master Artist by BARRY BROMAN

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