Do you understand Yuan Dynasty blue and white porcelain?

- Apr 27, 2018-

The Hutian Kiln of Jingdezhen in the Yuan Dynasty successfully produced the world famous "blue and white porcelain". There are more than 100 pieces of Yuan Dynasty blue and white porcelain that have been handed down and unearthed in China, and more than 200 pieces of Yuan, Qing, Hua and Porcelain scattered around the world.

In the middle and late Yuan Dynasty, blue-and-white porcelain can be roughly divided into two categories: one is mostly small artifacts, and the fetus is light and thin, not very fine, mostly blue-white, translucent or blue-green glaze. The color of the blue and white flowers is dark and misty. The ornamentation is sparse but free and unrestrained. Some can be said to be rather scribbled. There are high-grade cups, bowls, plates, incense burners, cans, garlic bottles, and spring bottles of jade pots. This kind of blue and white porcelain was produced at a limited quantity at that time and it was a civilian porcelain. Another group of blue-and-white porcelain objects are large-scale artifacts. The common feature is that the large-scale carcass is heavy, the small pieces are light and thin, the white color is dense, the transparent glaze is white and blue, the blue-and-white color is rich and bright, and the dark spots are dark brown. . These devices are well-crafted, with many layers of decoration, some even as many as 10 layers, and they are very full, but they are complex and indiscriminate, leaving a gap of one week between layers. There is no gap between the two layers at the bottom of the device. There is no relationship between the layers of ornamentation, such as often tangled chrysanthemums, banana leaves, tangled lotuses, and entangled peony mixed with Yunfeng, Yunlong, Zabao, Shuijiangya, and so on. On a utensil. There are few domestic handicrafts of this kind of porcelain, and there are few tombs found in the tombs. The vast majority are unearthed in the cellar. It is estimated that some sudden changes occurred at that time and that they were buried in the ground inconvenience to carry with them.