Chinese Ceramics，pottery and porcelain，china
Ru ware(汝窑) is the rarest of all Chinese major ceramic wares and considered as the treasure of the Chinese traditional ceramic firing process. Appeared in the late Northern Song Dynasty, Ru is ranked as the top one of the five famous kilns in the Song Dynast. Ru was named after the kiln in Ruzhou territory
Ming Xuande Porcelain 明宣德瓷器 The Xuande Emperor (Chinese: 宣德帝, 1399 – 1435), personal name Zhu Zhanji (朱瞻基), was the fifth emperor of the Ming Dynasty of China from 1425 to 1435. Xuande porcelain is now considered among the finest of all Ming output.
Song Dynasty Ding Kiln Porcelain 宋定窑瓷器 Ding kilns were one of the five renowned kinds of kilns of the Song Dynasty (960-1279) in ancient northern China. Ding ware was mainly white porcelain. The central kiln site was located in Jianci Village in Quyang County of North China's Hebei Province. Scientific excavations at
Yixing Zisha Artist Jiang Rong and Her Artworks 蒋蓉紫砂艺术
Dehua White Porcelain 德化白瓷 Fujian Dehua, Jiangxi Jingdezhen and Hunan Liling are known as China's three major ancient porcelain cities. Dehua kiln is a famous ancient Chinese southern kiln that is located in Dehua county and hence the name. The center of Dehua kiln is in central hinterland of Daiyun Mountain, which has rich
Modern Jun Ware Art Appreciation - 现代钧瓷欣赏 Jun ware (Chinese: 鈞窯; Wade–Giles: Chün) is a type of Chinese celadon. The use of straw ash in the glaze bestows its unique blue glaze suffused with white. The ware was created near Linru County in the province of Henan at the Jun kilns of Yuzhou City
Longquan Celadon 龙泉青瓷 Longquan celadon (龍泉青磁) refers to Chinese celadon produced in Longquan (龍泉) kilns which were largely located in Lishui prefecture in southwestern Zhejiang Province. With those in other prefectures the total of discovered kiln sites is over two hundred, making the Longquan celadon production area one of the largest historical