TAASA CERAMICS STUDY GROUP, SYDNEY – TAASA Review December 2004
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A Survey of Thai ceramics 25 May 2015 TAASA members in two groups, each restricted to 10 people, had the opportunity to closely examine some Thai ceramics at the archives of the AGNSW.
Ably led by Matt Cox, Assistant Curator, Asian Art, and collector, John Yu, members enjoyed a chronological overview of ceramics from the Ban Chiang period (c.2nd century BCE) of northeast Thailand and other northern kilns of Kalong, Paan and Phayao, and from the later southern sites of Sukhothai and Sawankhalok.
Although many of the earthenware and stoneware ceramics from 12th -16th c...