Quiet Beauty: Fifty Centuries of Japanese Folk Ceramics from the Montgomery Collection (Softcover) | ISBN: 0-88397-136-4

Written by Robert Moes, Rupert Faulkner, this 255 page color publication, produced in 2003 is the last ASI exhibition in which Dr. Jess Shenson was to participate with his delightful enthusiasm and gracious patronage. It is in his memory that this book was dedicated. Japan’s ceramic history is one of the longest in the world. One of its best-known chapters is that of folk ceramics made for everyday use and embodying a simple, rugged beauty that appeals to modern collectors and ceramists alike. Book Condition: New and in flawless Excellent condition with its original dust jacket and shrink wrap. Dimensions: 9-3/4” x 11.0”.

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