Porcelain
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Porcelain

By Edward Dillon
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Table of Contents
  • P O R C E L A I N
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • SELECTED LIST OF WORKS ON PORCELAIN
    • KEY TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LIST ALPHABETICAL LIST OF TOPOGRAPHY AND SUBJECT
    • LIST OF WORKS ON OTHER SUBJECTS REFERRED TO IN THE TEXT
  • PORCELAIN
    • CHAPTER I INTRODUCTORY AND SCIENTIFIC
    • CHAPTER II THE MATERIALS: MIXING, FASHIONING, AND FIRING
    • CHAPTER III GLAZES
    • CHAPTER IV DECORATION BY MEANS OF COLOUR
    • CHAPTER V THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA Introductory—Classification—The Sung Dynasty (960-1279)—The Mongol or Yuan Dynasty (1280-1368).
      • Yuan Dynasty (1280-1368).
    • CHAPTER VI THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA—(continued).
      • The Ming Dynasty (1368-1643).
      • ‘Blue and White’ Porcelain.
    • CHAPTER VII THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA—(continued).
      • The Manchu or Tsing Dynasty (1643—).
    • CHAPTER VIII THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA—(continued).
      • Marks
    • CHAPTER IX THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA—(continued).
      • King-te-chen and the Père D’Entrecolles
    • CHAPTER X THE PORCELAIN OF CHINA—(continued).
    • CHAPTER XI THE PORCELAIN OF KOREA AND OF THE INDO-CHINESE PENINSULA
      • Korea
      • Siam and the Indo-Chinese Peninsula.
    • CHAPTER XII THE PORCELAIN OF JAPAN
    • CHAPTER XIII FROM EAST TO WEST
    • CHAPTER XIV THE FIRST ATTEMPTS AT IMITATION IN EUROPE
    • CHAPTER XV THE HARD-PASTE PORCELAIN OF GERMANY
      • Böttger and the Porcelain of Meissen
    • CHAPTER XVI THE HARD-PASTE PORCELAIN OF GERMANY—(continued). VIENNA—BERLIN—HÖCHST—FÜRSTENBERG—LUDWIGSBURG—NYMPHENBURG—FRANKENTHAL—FULDA—STRASSBURG. THE HARD AND SOFT PASTES OF SWITZERLAND, HUNGARY, HOLLAND, SWEDEN, DENMARK, AND RUSSIA.
    • CHAPTER XVII THE SOFT-PASTE PORCELAIN OF FRANCE SAINT-CLOUD—LILLE—CHANTILLY—MENNECY—PARIS—VINCENNES—SÈVRES.
    • CHAPTER XVIII THE HARD-PASTE PORCELAIN OF SÈVRES AND PARIS
    • CHAPTER XIX THE SOFT AND HYBRID PORCELAINS OF ITALY AND SPAIN
      • Spain
    • CHAPTER XX ENGLISH PORCELAIN INTRODUCTION—THE SOFT-PASTE PORCELAIN OF CHELSEA AND BOW
    • CHAPTER XXI ENGLISH PORCELAIN—(continued). THE SOFT PASTE OF DERBY, WORCESTER, CAUGHLEY, COALPORT, SWANSEA, NANTGARW, LOWESTOFT, LIVERPOOL, PINXTON, ROCKINGHAM, CHURCH GRESLEY, SPODE, AND BELLEEK.
    • CHAPTER XXII ENGLISH PORCELAIN—(continued). THE HARD PASTE OF PLYMOUTH AND BRISTOL
    • CHAPTER XXIII CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN PORCELAIN
    • EXPLANATION OF THE MARKS ON THE FOLLOWING PLATES (A. TO E.)
      • CHINESE MARKS
      • JAPANESE MARKS
      • GERMAN MARKS
      • DUTCH, DANISH, SWEDISH, AND RUSSIAN MARKS
      • BELGIAN AND SWISS MARKS
      • FRENCH MARKS
      • ITALIAN AND SPANISH MARKS
      • ENGLISH MARKS
    • INDEX
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