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Four Chinese decorative arts books. 1st item: David S. Howard, A TALE OF THREE CITIES: CANTON, SHANGHAI & HONG KONG, THREE CENTURIES OF SINO-BRITISH TRADE IN THE DECORATIVE ARTS (Sotheby's, 1997). 269 pp, blue cloth boards with dust jacket. Furniture, silver, porcelain, ivory and textiles from 1997 exhibition displaying records of the East India Company along with the objects mentioned. 2nd item: Chu-Tsing Li and James C.Y. Watt, THE CHINESE SCHOLAR'S STUDIO: ARTISTIC LIFE IN THE LATE MING PERIOD. The Asia Society Galleries, 1987, 215 pp, blue cloth boards with dust cover. Exhibit of Chinese books, ceramics and other decorative arts from the Shanghai Museum. 3rd item: Daniel Nadler, CHINA TO ORDER, focusing on the XIXth Century and surveying polychrome export porcelain (Vilo International, 2001). 199 pp, Blue cloth boards with dust jacket. 4th item: Lisa Rotondo-McCord, FIVE THOUSAND YEARS OF CHINESE CERAMICS FROM THE ROBIN AND R. RANDLOPH RICHMOND JR. COLLECTION (New Orleans Museum of Art, 2005). 144 pp., softcover. Published in conjunction with 2005 exhibit, 2000 copies printed. Condition: Scattered light wear to edges of dustcovers, overall all items in excellent condition.