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Originated from the late of Ming Dynasty to the early of Qing Dynasty, Shiwan Pottery Ridge Decoration flourished from 1850s to the early of 20th century.
The subject of the talk is confined to Republic and contemporary porcelains (民國及近代瓷器) that embrace from faking the three Qing (清) dynasties of Kangxi (康熙), Yongzheng (雍正) and Qianlong (乾隆), to early Republic works and down to the national recognized masters of present day.
Bristol Museum has a collection of about 300 pieces of Chinese glass, the majority of which were acquired in 1950 from the late Mr H.R. Burrows Abbey with the aid of the National Art-Collections Fund.
Penny Bendall is a Ceramic Conservator with extensive experience in both the commercial and museum world. Since leaving West Dean College, her clients include The Royal Collection, Historic Royal Palaces, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Eskenazi Ltd, Sotheby’s and Christies.
The National Maritime Museum has recently acquired two examples of Chinese export porcelain, both from the early 18th century. The tankard is dated to c.1720, which is a key date...
YUCHUNMING is professor in School of Art and Design at Nanchang University and visiting scholar at University of California, Los Angeles. He is alsohead of Nanchang University museum. Yu was born in 1955 in Nanchang, Jiangxi province. He was admitted to China Academy of Art in Huangzhou, one of the most prestigious art institutions in the country, and majored in ceramic. Yu started collecting and researching in Chinese porcelain in 2001.