7 edition of Chinese jade of five centuries found in the catalog.
Chinese jade of five centuries
Joan M. Hartman
Bibliography: p. 165-167.
|Statement||[by] Joan M. Hartman.|
|LC Classifications||NK5750 .H34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||69012077|
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Chinese Jade of Five Centuries (Book): Hartman, Joan M. All San Antonio Public Library locations are closed to limit the spread of COVID Due dates will not apply and fines will not accrue during this time. Chinese Jade of Five Centuries was originally published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in In Chinese Jade of Five Centuries, Mrs Hartman provides an encompassing look at one of the minor arts which must be considered vital to a judgement of artistic achievements of any civilization.
Magnificently illustrated with 45 black and white photographs and 10 color plates, the book displays. CHINESE JADE OF FIVE CENTURIES. Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle, First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. 1st printing / edition.
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