Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml
Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml
Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml
Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml
Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml

Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket 300ml

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Blue and white porcelain is a wonderful flower that cannot be ignored in Chinese history. In the long history of history, the patterns of blue and white porcelain continue to evolve, from the changes in ancient blue and white porcelain to the use of modern blue and white elements in other aspects. The vitality of blue and white elements has been born from ancient times to the present. The firewood kiln is also an ancient firing technology. Both the official and imperial kilns are fired in firewood kilns. With the development of the times and the advancement of science and technology, the kilns for making porcelain in Jingdezhen are made from firewood. From kilns to mixed firewood and coal, coal kilns, coal-gas tunnel kilns, oil-fired tunnel kilns, and then to liquefied gas kilns, they have undergone earth-shaking changes in a short period of time. Chai kiln and blue and white belong to the classic combination handed down. Their combination is more than 1+1=2. The combination of Chai kiln and blue and white fully demonstrates the delicate, delicate, subtle and soft beauty of blue and white. Therefore, the national treasure blue and white porcelain comes from Chai kiln. For example, the famous Yuan blue and white ghost valley downhill picture jar, today I will share with you tea friends a Jingdezhen Chai kiln hand-painted blue and white slag bucket. Chai kiln blue and white porcelain is warm in color, rich in layers and heavy in texture. Repeat and it is difficult to predict its firing effect. The firewood kiln blue and white also has its own unique features due to the different firing methods: First, it is scarce. The firing cost of firewood kiln porcelain is high, and the finished product rate is low, so it is very scarce. Each kiln needs to burn nearly 2 carts of pine wood, which is very costly. The second is the degree of moisture. The wood kiln has traditionally used pine wood rich in pine resin. The pine wood volatilized by burning pine wood has a moisturizing effect on ceramics. Fired to produce a white and slightly blue porcelain body effect, the Chai kiln blue and white exudes a simple, vigorous, and ancient beauty from the inside out. This is the reason why we are fascinated by it and put a lot of effort into pursuing it.


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