Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections. Tsugio Mikami.
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections
Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections

Islamic Pottery mainly from Japanese collections

Tokyo: Chuo-Koron Bijutsu Shuppan, 1962. First edition. Hardcover. Sm. folio. 1-27, 87-3, [2], 181pp. Original tan cloth with black lettering in Japanese on spine. Profusely illustrated with color and b/w photographic reproductions of Islamic pottery, mainly from Japanese collections. Islamic pottery became popular in Japan in the mid 1920's when Yamanaka & Company imported it from all over the world. Because of the deeply rooted Japanese interest in the culture of ancient Persia, the Islamic wares came to be known in Japan as "Persian Pottery," a term that is still in general use today. Contains descriptive text in English and Japanese of each plate shown. Discoloration near spine from small removed circular sticker. Spine slightly sunned. Bottom corner of pages with light bump throughout, otherwise in very good condition. Scarce. vg. Item #33096

Price: $950.00

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