Table of contents for Wooden wonders : Tibetan furniture in secular and religious life / edited by David Kamansky.

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Director's Statement, Joan Marshall
Acknowledgements
Lenders to the Exhibition
Introduction, David Kamansky
Materials, Construction and Decoration by Luca Corona and Camilla Hulse Corona
Some Links between Tibetan Furniture, Wall Mural and Thangka Painting by Jonathan Bell
An Intimate Relationship: Textile Designs and Tibetan Furniture Decoration by Dale Gluckman
Tibetan Furniture from Kyirong: Links with Newar Culture by Ian Alsop
Tibetan Tables: The Evolution of Style and Function by Tony Anninos
The Stanford Table - A Fifteenth Century Lama Table by John Listopad
The Purpose and Power of Tibetan Furniture by Ruth Hayward
The Role of Torgams and Yangams in Tibetan Tantric Practice by Geshe Lobzang Tsetan and Kathleen Kernell
Offerings to the Protectors of the Buddha's Teachings by Stephen Markel
Furniture in Kham Homes Today by Pamela Logan
Descriptions of Photos of Objects in Exhibition
Glossary of Terms
Bibliography
Photo Credits
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Furniture -- China -- Tibet -- Exhibitions.