Blue and white exquisite little Gaiwan 100ml
The artifacts of each period are like a condensed image. The old production methods and depiction techniques condense the aesthetic interest and life style of the entire period, and have become a window for modern people to explore the past. In recent years, many of them are quite ancient. Tea utensils are gradually becoming popular, restoring ancient methods and tracing the aesthetics of tea from old sources, which not only makes the tea table unique, but also adds historical thickness and temperature. Today I will share with you tea friends the exquisite small gaiwan of the 80s, Jingdezhen Linglong Porcelain is It was created and developed on the basis of hollowing craftsmanship during the Yongle period of the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of more than 500 years. Porcelain workers used blades to carve out a bit of rice grains on the green tires. They are called "Mitong" or Linglong Eyes. Filled with exquisite glaze and decorated with decorations, and fired in a kiln. After firing, these exquisite eyes will show light-transmitting patterns, appearing dexterous, clear, and translucent, as if carved with "light" The art that came out, this little Gai wan shared today is a classic blue and white exquisite Gaiwan. Its exquisite glaze is selected from aquamarine green, which complements the overall color of turquoise blue and white. It presents a special sense of beauty, and the overall shape is beautiful. The decorations are dense and dense. From a distance, Gaiwan is fresh and elegant, and the glaze turns green in white, with a strong sense of age. With the delicate hands, the light becomes looming through the white and slightly blue eyes, which is quite interesting.
Name: Blue and white exquisite hand-painted little Gai wan
Material: high temperature ceramic
Size: caliber 7cm, bottom diameter 2.4cm, total height 7.7cm
Description: Although the lid is small, the workmanship is accurate. It is made according to the ancient method. The antique tires and clay have a warm color. The patterns are well drawn. Especially the interior is also full of patterns, which is very detailed. The lid of the gaiwan is burnt upside down. Yes, so the inside of the lid is full of glaze, so that it is not easy to stain tea after a long time, and it is easy to clean.