Among the treasures, the Huangyuan blue and white porcelain of porcelain, the blue and white national treasures in major museums

When it comes to porcelain, everyone has their favorite porcelain varieties. Some people like color glaze, some like famille rose, some like enamel, some like Linglong porcelain, and Yuzhai Jun’s favorite is blue and white porcelain and color glaze. The reason why I like color glaze is because of its natural color and classic and beautiful shape. This… Read More »

Classification and identification of Yuan blue and white porcelain

Blue and white porcelain in China was first seen in the Tang Dynasty but not many,The emergence of blue and white in the Yuan Dynasty marked the maturity of blue and white porcelain. It laid a solid foundation for the Ming Dynasty blue and white porcelain to become the mainstream of porcelain production. It is a milestone in… Read More »

Treasures Overseas | A beautiful Chinese Yuan blue and white porcelain that is hidden by museums around the world

According to archaeological discoveries, blue and white porcelain began in the middle and late Tang Dynasty and has a history of more than 1,300 years. ▲The picture of Tang Qinghua holding pot comes from the Internet The front abdomen of the holding pot has a picture of three plum blossoms painted in cobalt blue, and the mouth is… Read More »

The era characteristics of blue and white porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty: glaze, production technology, cobalt materials and imitations

Tire glaze and production process 1. The fetus is generally thick and heavy, and the fetus is not as delicate and white as the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and slightly loose. Using the “dual formula” of porcelain stone and kaolin, the content of alumina in the porcelain body has increased significantly, generally around 20%. 2. The glaze is generally… Read More »

The main characteristics of blue and white porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty are all these, it is not difficult to get started

Yuan blue and white porcelain (also known as Yuan blue and white porcelain), namely blue and white porcelain produced in the Yuan Dynasty. The Yuan blue and white porcelain made a big change to the implicit and introverted style of traditional porcelain, with a clear visual effect, giving people a concise pleasure. With its grand and bold spirit… Read More »

Demystifying the truth about Yuan blue and white: 19 precious Yuan blue and white porcelain in museums and collections

t present, there are roughly more than 300 pieces of Yuan blue-and-white porcelain in the world’s collections, and a considerable part of them are stored overseas, such as Iran, Turkey, Britain, France, the United States, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, Japan, India, and other countries. In particular, the Topkapi Museum in Turkey and the National Museum of Iran have the… Read More »

Appreciation of Yuan Blue and White Porcelain Works (Second Series)

Yuan blue and white porcelain (also known as Yuan blue and white) is a blue and white porcelain produced in the Yuan Dynasty. Blue and white porcelain was produced in the Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Yuan Dynasty. The mature blue and white porcelain appeared in Jingdezhen in the Yuan Dynasty. Yuan blue and white porcelain greatly changed the… Read More »

What is antique porcelain and how to identify whether it has collection value?

Antique porcelain is the porcelain that was fired after imitating the famous porcelain varieties of the previous dynasty. The antique style was very popular as early as the Song Dynasty. At that time, a large number of imitations of Shang and Zhou bronzes had appeared. At the same time, some local porcelain kilns had no shortage of antiques. However, compared… Read More »

Appreciation of Ming and Qing Antique Porcelain

When it comes to “antique”, many people will equate it with fraud and deceit. In fact, in our ancient Chinese ceramics, there are many works from later dynasties imitating the previous dynasties, which are professionally called “antique porcelain”. “Antique porcelain” must only flourish in the peaceful and heyday, when the economy and culture are developed, especially when the collection… Read More »

Appreciation of Yuan Dynasty Ceramics in the Palace Museum

Jun kiln sky blue glaze folding edge plate Jun kiln sky blue glaze folded along the bottom of the plate Jun kiln sky blue glaze folded edge tray, Yuan, 3.5cm high, 12cm diameter, 5.5cm foot diameter. Disc folded along, shallow arc belly, circle feet. Sky blue glaze is applied inside and outside, and the glaze layer at the edge… Read More »

Appreciation of Ceramics in the Forbidden City (Liaojin-Yuan)

Three-color printing plate Three-color printing plate, Liao, 3cm high, 14.5cm diameter, 8cm foot diameter. The disc is open, the mouth edge is 8-petal flower mouth, oblique wall, flat bottom. The inner wall of the plate is moulded with 8 flowers, the center is moulded with a huge flower, and the exterior is decorated with 4 shiitake mushroom leaves. Water ripples… Read More »

Learn about antique porcelain

Counterfeiting has always been a form of business in the antique industry, and it is also a challenging obstacle in the antique industry. There are mainly extreme imitations, high imitations, medium imitations, low imitations, ground stalls and junk goods. To engage in this business, one must thoroughly understand the “four states”, otherwise it is really impossible to play.… Read More »

Appreciation of Selected Porcelain in Yuan Dynasty

n the Yuan Dynasty (1279~1368 AD), the transportation between China and the West was very developed, and commodities could be transported to various places by land and sea. In addition to domestic sales, ceramics are also important commodities exported to various places. Therefore, kilns all over the country are competing for production, especially the kilns in the south are of… Read More »

The development history of Chinese ceramics (9): The charm of creation-Yuan Dynasty ceramics

lthough the Yuan Dynasty enjoyed the country for less than a hundred years, its porcelain production showed a comprehensive innovative atmosphere and strong creative courage, which became an important stage in the history of Chinese ceramics. In addition to the continuous production of blue and white porcelain in the Song Dynasty, Jingdezhen in the Yuan Dynasty also created egg… Read More »

What is the value of antique porcelain? The auction value is so high!

The so-called antique porcelain is an imitation of a certain product in the past, and its imitation quality pursues lifelike quality. Compared with the original product, it can reach the shape of the instrument. The tire, glaze and material are similar, and the decorative picture and the base can also be vivid. Just as Tang Ying, the famous pottery… Read More »

Appreciation of Antique Ceramics from the Qianlong Period of Qing Dynasty in the Collection of the Forbidden City (1)

Pay attention to the headline “Pinci China” and learn different ceramic knowledge! ~Like favorites forward comments The porcelain-making technology of the Qing Dynasty kept improving, and the antique style prevailed. By the Qianlong period, the porcelain antique technology had reached the level of free and easy use. The varieties of antique porcelain at this time were all-encompassing, mainly including the… Read More »

Love it, innocent antique porcelain

There is a Fanjiajing in Jingdezhen. It is a distribution center that specializes in selling antique porcelain. Most of them are low-imitation porcelain shops. There are also counterfeit sea-fished porcelain covered with nuts and shellfish. There are flatbed trucks everywhere in the streets to help transport freshly made wares. Business is booming with the low imitation porcelain I… Read More »

Antique Porcelain: “Gold in time of difficulty, Tibetan porcelain in flourishing age” Antique porcelain” is not a category of porcelain that has only emerged in modern times. Almost in the heyday of porcelain, there has been a trend of making antique porcelain. The development of antique porcelain Antique porcelain sprouted in the Song Dynasty. After the development of the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties, it gradually declined, and became “prosperous” again in the modern… Read More »

The Prosperity of Antique Porcelain in the Early Republic of China

Antiques became popular during the Republic of China, which was one of the peaks in the history of Chinese antique porcelain. Famous kiln porcelains of various kilns in the past dynasties were imitated in the Republic of China, ranging from Eastern Han celadon to Qing Dynasty enamel and famille rose. Commonly seen are celadon imitating the Three Kingdoms, Jin Dynasty,… Read More »

How to identify antique porcelain

How to identify antique porcelain When it comes to porcelain collection, it has something to do with antique porcelain. There have been many climaxes of imitation porcelain in history. Recognizing imitation porcelain requires certain knowledge and unique “eyesight”. If you can start with the following aspects, you can distinguish antique porcelain from modern porcelain. One is to pay attention… Read More »