Bibliography and Recommended Reading:
Brown, Roxanna M., The Ceramics of South-East Asia: Their Dating and Identification, 2nd edn. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Brown, Roxanna M. The Ming Gap and Shipwreck Ceramics in Southeast Asia, Bangkok: Siam Society, 2009.
Brown, Roxanna M. and Sten Sjóstrand, Maritime Archaeology and Shipwreck Ceramics in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Department of Museums and Antiquities, n.d.
Miksic, John N., Archaeological Research on the ‘Forbidden Hill’ of Singapore, Singapore: National Museum, 1985.
Miksic, John N. Southeast Asian Ceramics: New Light on Old Pottery, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, 2009.
Miksic, John N and C T Yap, “Fine-Bodied White Earthenwares of South East Asia: Some X-ray Fluorescence Tests” in Asian Perspectives 28, 1:45-60, 1990.
Pisit Charoenwongsa and Sayan Prisanchit (eds.), Underwater Archaeology in Thailand II, Ceramics from the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok: Samaphan Publishing Company, 1990.
Richards, Dick, South-East Asian Ceramics: Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer from the Collection of the Art Gallery of South Australia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Rooney, Dawn F., Ceramics of Seduction: Glazed Wares from Southeast Asia, Bangkok: River Books, 2013. For more on kendis in Thailand and Southeast Asia, see Rooney article here.
Shaw, John C., Introducing Thai Ceramics also Burmese and Khmer, Bangkok: Duangphorn Kemasingki, 1987.
Srisuchat, A. “Earthenware from Archaeological Sites in Southern Thailand: The First Century BC to the Twenlfth Century AD” in J N Miksic (ed.), Earthenware in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2003, pp. 249-261.
www.washingtonocg.org (Washington Oriental Ceramic Group)
https://asia.si.edu (Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art)
https://museum.bu.ac.th/en/newsletter/ (Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum newsletters, early ones edited by R. Brown)
www.maritimeasia.ws (Sten Sjóstrand’s website)