Danville: Arman Enterprises, 1974. 853 pieces catalogued, many with a small b/w photograph. 244pp. 8vo, maroon cloth, chipped & rubbed d.w. (cloth is just a bit frayed at foot of spine; small bookseller stickers inside wrapper flap and on pastedown endpaper; several light pencil checkmarks in the text). Danville VA: Arman Enterprises, 1974. A very good copy in a good dust wrapper.
London: Sotheran, 1882. 36 fine chromolithographs, printed by the Firmin-Didot, depicting Mediaeval ornamentation as it applies to various architectural structures, each with unnumbered text pages. viii + 32 pages, slim folio, original brown pebbled cloth with gilt title. The authors were practicing architects and wrote the book to meet the demands of growing interest for the gothic period. London: Henry Sotheran & Co., 1882. First Edition. Small ex-libris stamp at foot of title page and a few small ink numbers...
Bergamo: Bolis, 1992. The Italian Industry as Seen by Dorothea Balluff, Enrico Guagnini, Paola Pisa, and Maurizio Valentini. Introduction by Sergio Zavoli. Extensively illustrated, 221pp., 4to, grey cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly rubbed. Bergamo: Edizioni Bolis, (1992). First edition. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: Feingold & Lewis, 1976. Many b/w illustrations throughout. 2 volumes in one. Thick 8vo, black cloth, slightly shaken; d.w. with a few small tears. New York: Feingold & Lewis, (1976). Limited Edition - number 887 of 3000 copies. Very good. Reprints of the Philadephia, 1909 and Philadelphia, 1904 editions.
Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990. Many color and b/w photo Illus. 2 Vols. 4to, brown cloth, d.w. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, (1990, 1991). From the library of Wendell Garrett. Volume one is inscribed by both authors to Wendell Garrett. Volume two is inscribed by Swannee Bennett to Mr. Lyon. Each volume is heavily dampstained on the front flyleaf, half-title page, and title page. The dust wrapper on each volume is lightly dampstained. Otherwise the set is very good...
Gien: Societe Nouvelle des Faienceries de Gien, 1985. Translated by Denis Mahaffey. Nearly 200 color and black-and-white illustrations. 162pp., 4to, pale blue cloth, d.w.; triangular tear to upper margin of dust wrapper's front cover. Gien: Societe Nouvelle des Faienceries de Gien, (1985). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: Harper, 1974. Translated by Katherine Watson. Profusely illustrated with more than 350 images, including 111 mounted color plates. 317pp. Large square 4to, cream cloth, d.w. (dampstain at lower edge, visible on rear of wrapper). New York: Harper & Row, (1974). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good wrapper. A definitive reference on Chinese ceramics.