"We have been waiting for a new, handy summary of Chinese porcelains for a number of years, and this overview certainly deserves a place in any research library associated with historical archaeology. It is well researched and carefully articulated, and should also play an important role in the classroom."
- Robert Mazrim, Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology
" This is not the first book on Chinese porcelains. But its predecessors have focused more on elite wares and museum pieces. They have appealed to collectors and art historians, and have not added either to our knowledge of historical contexts or to chronologies useful to archaeologists. This guide aims to explain contexts and establish chronologies of colors and motifs in the mass-produced Chinese wares that appear in archaeological sites. Read the complete review here
- Riva Berleant, Anthropology Review Database