London, South Kensington
9 November 2016
THREE EARLY CHINESE ART REFERENCE BOOKS
The lot comprises:
CESCINSKY, Herbert. Chinese Furniture: A Series of Examples from Collections in France, London: Benn Bros, 1922.
CHAMBERS, William. Traité des édifices, meubles, habits, machines et utensiles des Chinois, gravés sur les originaux dessinés à la Chine. Paris: George Louis Le Rouge, 1776.
GRANDIDIER, Ernest. La ceramique chinoise. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1894.
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