May to June 1989 Magazine

USD $20.00

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

Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

The Tomb of a Ming Emperor’s Younger Brother by BARRY TILL

Fukienese Wood Carvings by STEPHEN MARKBREITER

Flower and Bird Paintings of T’ien Shih-kuang by LIU HAI-HSIANG

China’s Historic Bridges by PETER COYNE

Discovery of the Chu Dau Kiln by HA THUG CAN and NGUYEN BICH

The Woodblock Prints of Hiroshi Yoshida by ERIN WARREN

Chiling: A Village of Ladakhi Craftsmen and Their Products by JOHN CLARKE

Behind the Scenes 16 by ARTS OF ASIA

(Saleroom News) Chinese Snuff Bottles Sale at Sotheby’s New York by ROBERT KLEINER

(Saleroom News) Lord Carrington: New Chairman of Christie’s International by TUYET NGUYET

(Saleroom News) Chinese Sales at Christie’s Hong Kong by MICHAEL MARKBREITER

(Book Reviews) Philippine Basketry—An Appreciation by MARK SYMONDS

(Collectors World) Indonesian Primitive Art by IRWIN HERSEY

(Collectors World) My Phurbu Dagger Collection by JOE PIETRI

(Collectors World) Transitional Wares for the Japanese and Domestic Markets by D.S. FREEDMAN

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