The Oriental Ceramic Society Library, now comprising the Society’s collection of over 400 books, catalogues, journals and papers on oriental art and culture, is available to members at the Art Section on the tenth floor of the Central Library in Causeway Bay.
The Oriental Ceramic Society Library is a growing collection and we will be very happy to accept additions. If you have any books on any topic falling within the classification of oriental art and culture that you would like to donate, please send us a note of the titles by e-mail to email@example.com . We will check whether the book is already included in our collection or the Central Library’s own collection, and advise you accordingly.
Material from the Oriental Ceramic Society Library will be available for lending to OCS Members on presentation of their OCS Membership card and library card, and to other Central Library members for browsing only.
Arts Resource Centre
Hong Kong Central Library
66 Causeway Road
Causeway Bay, HK
Telephone: 3150 1234. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10/F., Arts Resource Centre. Telephone: 2921 0259
Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun: 10am – 9pm
Wed: 1pm – 9pm
Public holidays: 10am – 7pm (closed on New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day)
Our thanks to the following for donating publications which together with other books received by the Society, were added to the Collection to mark the re-opening:
Anthony J. Allen: “Allen’s Authentication of Ancient Chinese Ceramics”, 2005.
Malcolm Barnett: “Robert D. Jacobsen: Imperial Silks – Ch’ing Dynasty Textiles in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts”, dedicated in memory of Mrs. Billie Hall.
Nicol Guerin & Dick van Oenen: “Thai Ceramic Art, The Three Religions”, Sun Tree Publishing Ltd. 2005.
Chris Hall: “Power Dressing, Textiles for Rulers and Priests”, Asian Civilizations Museum, Singapore, 2006.
Idemitsu Musem of Arts: Bulletin #133.
Kai-Yin Lo: “Bright as Silver, White as Snow: Chinese White Ceramics from Late Tang to Yuan Dynasty/Examples from the Kai-yin Lo Collection”, Yong Ming Tang, Hong Kong, 1998.
Julia M. White: “Masterpieces of Chinese Lacquer from the Mike Healy Collection”, Honolulu Academy of Art, 2005.