Bat Trang Ceramics 14th-19th Centuries
By: Phan Huy Le et al.

Review by on March 28th, 2008 // Filed under South East Asia


Bat Trang, a village not far from Hanoi, has been producing ceramic wares since at least the 14th century. This account of the industry up to the 19th century and the methods and glazes used in producing domestic, decorative and ritual artefacts includes 260 plates in color or black and white, and line drawings of patterns and designs. Bilingual in English and Vietnamese.

Format: Hardcover, 209 pages
Published: 1995, Vietnam, 1st Edition

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