- Also known as
primary name: Harrison-Hall, Jessica
- individual; curator; British; Female
- Jessica Harrison-Hall is Curator of the Chinese ceramics collections of the British Museum and the Sir Percival David Collection, and is responsible for Vietnamese art and antiquities. She is the British Museum representative on the Oriental Ceramic Society Council.
Publications: " Catalogue of late Yuan and Ming Ceramics in the British Museum", 2001; with Michael Butler and Stephen Little," Treasures from an Unknown Reign; Shunzhi Porcelain 1644-1661", 2002; with Regina Krahl, "Ancient Chinese Trade Ceramics from the British Museum", 1994; and "Chinese Ceramics: Highlights of the Sir Percival David Collection", 2009; "Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society", 'Research Display on 16th century Chinese Ceramics in the British Museum', vol. 58, 1993-1994, pp.33-36, 6 Figs; 'Catalogue of Oriental Green Wares: Pottery and Porcelain from the Near and Far East', Exhibition Room, 33b at the British Museum, May-July 1997, vol. 60, 1995-1996, pp. 121-151, 23 Figs; The British Museum Collection of Ming Ceramics, summary of a lecture, vol. 65, 2002-2003, pp. 73-77, 6 Figs; 'Blue for Who? Study Day, THE WORLD IN BLUE AND WHITE, vol. 67, 2002-2003, pp. 73-77, 6 Figs.
- Davids and Jellinek," PROVENANCE: Collectors, Dealers and Scholars: Chinese Ceramics in Britain and America", 2011, p. 224;