Transparent reversible prosthesis, a new way to complete the conservation–restoration of a Black Ding bowl with application of 3D technologies
Heritage Science, January 2022
Shengyu Liu, Yuanwei Tu, Xin Wang, Bo Qin, Zhenda Xie, Yeliang Zhang, Hai Zhang, Dongbo Hu
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