September to October 2017 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Correspondence

Highlights of the Lacquer Collection From Myanmar (Burma) in the Victoria and Albert Museum by JOHN CLARKE

Scientific Analysis of the V&A Burmese Shrine by VALENTINA RISDONNE, LUCIA BURGIO, MICHAEL SCHILLIN and HERANT KHANJAN

Conservation of Korean Najeon Chilgi at the Victoria and Albert Museum: Reviving the Long-Lost Lustre by ROSALIE KIM and DANA MELCHAR

Bookbinder’s Lacquer: From Chinese Models to Craft Traditions in the Middle East by TIM STANLEY

New Acquisitions of Chinese and Japanese Art at the Freer Gallery of Art by JAN STUART, KEITH WILSON, ANN YONEMURA and JAMES T. ULAK

Sir Victor Sassoon and His Chinese Ivory Carvings by ROSE KERR

White, Copper-Red and Underglaze-Blue: The Meaning and Role of Colours in Early Ming Porcelain by HAJNI ELIAS

“Old China Hand, Merchant, Collector and Traveller” Abel William Bahr in Montreal by LAURA VIGO

(Saleroom News) Bonhams Hong Kong: The Songzhutang Collection of Early Jades From the Neolithic Period to the Yuan Dynasty and Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on May 30th, 2017 by XIBO WANG and GIGI YU

(Book Reviews) Re-Envisioning Japan: Meiji Fine Art Textiles by HOLLIS GOODALL

(Collectors World) Zenpar: Tibetan Wooden Moulds for the Creation of Dough Figures in Esoteric Rituals by JOHN VINCENT BELLEZZA