History of Chinese Clothing Research Group, Shanghai Traditional Opera School 1984 Chinese Clothing And Adornment In Various Dynasties

R. K. L.
November 1985
Ornament;Winter85, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p49
Book Review
This article reviews the book "Chinese Clothing and Adornment in Various Dynasties," which was put together by the History of Chinese Clothing Research Group, Shanghai Traditional Opera School and published by Scholar Books Publishers.


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