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2018年8月11日

Chinese porcelain: decoration

Email From Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, southern China, Ming dynasty, Hongwu period, 14th century Large underglaze-painted jar, 14th century, Ming dynasty, Hongwu period, Jingdezhen, 67.2 cm tall, Jiangxi province, southern China © Trustees of the British Museum Chinese porcelain decoration: underglaze blue and red Though Chinese potters developed underglaze red decoration during the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368 C.E.), pottery […]

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2018年8月11日

Yuan Dynasty Ceramics

The Yuan dynasty (1271–1368) was a transitional age in the development of Chinese porcelain. As the Mongols invaded from the north, many potters fled south, contributing to the expansion of southern kilns. During this period, Jingdezhen (景德鎮) in Jiangxi Province became the center of porcelain production for the entire empire. Most representative of Yuan dynasty […]

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2018年8月11日

METRO St. Louis Art Museum loses bidding on Chinese art

Blue and White Barbed Rim Dish, Yuan Dynasty, 14th Century, sought by the St. Louis Art Museum and purchased last month by London art dealer Guiseppe Eskanazi for $4.2 million ST. LOUIS • Curators at the St. Louis Art Museum had their hearts set on a 650-year-old porcelain dish from China’s Yuan Dynasty. They inspected its hand-painted, hair-thin […]

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2018年8月11日

A Rare Yuan Dynasty Jar Sells For $27.7 Million Dollars

An exceptionally rare and important blue and white jar, Guan Yuan Dynasty, mid 14th century. 13 in. (33 cm.) diam. LONDON, ENGLAND.- Christie’s sold the most expensive Asian Work of Art ever today when an exceptionally rare and important blue and white jar, Yuan Dynasty, 14th century, realized £15,688,000 /$27,679,100 / €22,731,912. After a fierce bidding […]

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2018年8月10日

Sotheby’s Sells Magnificent Yuan Dynasty Blue and White ‘Peony’ Jar For $4.1 Million

::__IHACKLOG_REMOTE_IMAGE_AUTODOWN_BLOCK__::0 Magnificent Blue And White ‘Peony’ Jar, Guan, Yuan Dynasty, Mid 14th Century (est. £400,000-600,000). Sold for: £2.6 million/$4.1 million. Photo: Sotheby’s. LONDON.- This morning at Sotheby’s London a rare and magnificent Yuan Dynasty Blue and White ‘Peony’ Jar, Guan sold for the exceptional sum of £2.6 million/$4.1 million, more than six times pre-sale expectations (estimate: £400,000-600,000), in […]

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2018年8月10日

A rare blue and white jar, guan, Yuan Dynasty, early to mid 14th century

A rare blue and white jar, guan, Yuan Dynasty, early to mid 14th century The wide-shouldered baluster body tapering to the foot, freely painted in a spacious composition with a wide register of a single undulating stem bearing lobed leaves and six peony blossoms seen from the front, sides and back, the shoulders painted with a […]

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2018年8月10日

YUAN DYNASTY BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE Yunnan Province, Southwest China, Yuan Dynasty, 14th Century

Of pear or bottle vase form, the Yunnan-ware blue and white yuhuchunping, with slender neck and trumpet mouth, having a grainy glaze and blue-black underglaze painting with classical horizontal divisions, featuring floral panels and stiff palmette leaves to the neck Condition: well done invisible repair to rim Note: The production of blue and white decoration on […]

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2018年8月10日

14TH Century Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), blue and white pottery

Further information: Jingdezhen ware The true development of blue and white ware in China started with the first half of the 14th century, when it progressively replaced the century-long tradition of bluish-white ware, or Qingbai. The main production center was in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province. Blue and white ware also began making its appareance in Japan, where it was known […]

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2017年11月16日

Jingdezhen China Ceramic Museum

We introduce ceramics for all our readers for a long time. I am afraid my readers would be tired of so much book knowledge. This time we will tell you the travel notes of Jingdezhen China Ceramic Museum. Is it surprising? From my point, if you come to Jingdezhen, Jingdezhen China Ceramic Museum is a […]

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2017年9月15日

Customize Your Own Style Porcelain-2

Almost all the art ceramics has to be hand made to some degree. From the shape to pattern, the artisan would pay their attention to make it perfect. Each process links up with the next process. All these make our customized porcelain exquisite and unique. The range of ceramics to be customized can be wide. […]

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