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Long prized by discerning collectors, Chinese porcelain wares produced at the Imperial kilns of Jingdezhen in China's Jiangxi province embody a curious paradox. Jingdezhen had been a center of porcelain production on an industrial scale since the early ...
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Collecting Guide: Mounted porcelain
A colourful selection from the Birmingham Museum offers fascinating insights into the taste for mounted porcelains in the 18th and 19th centuries. But what are mounted porcelains, who made them and what should a collector look for?
Sir Michael Butler's children at war over late father's £8m Ming porcelain
But the aide was also enough of an authority on the 17th-century porcelain that he penned several books on the subject, some with Chinese co-authors. Sir Michael, who was 86 when he died on Christmas Eve 2013, gave 500 of his most prized pots to his ...

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