London: Scolar Press, (1980). First edition thus. Hardcover. 2 volumes, complete, large quartos, mauve and beige boards, cloth-covered slipcase and publisher's cardboard case. First volume contains xl-page introduction in English followed by 82- page facsimile. Second volume with xxiv-page introduction, 8 color plates, 123 pp. English translation and illustrations. Both volumes about fine in very good slipcases. Item #22854
Facsimile of an important and profusely illustrated 16th century manuscript treatise on all aspects of the art and craft of pottery. The text is regarded as "the first known comprehensive description written in Europe of the manufacture of any kind of pottery." (from the introduction).