Mid Qing Dynasty (1736-1850) Hu Cheng(Sold)
What I share with you today is a jar from the middle of the Qing Dynasty. I bought it from a friend who collects antiques in Jingdezhen. I think this broken jar can be used as HuCheng or Jian Shui after being repaired. Hu Cheng finally arrived at my teahouse. Now I will introduce this Hu Cheng. The porcelain in Ming and Qing dynasties is magnificent and colorful. Chinese calligraphy and painting art shines on porcelain. In terms of painting skills and colors, there are blue and white, colorful, Enamel, light crimson, famille, bucket color, etc., among which blue and white is underglaze color, which is the mainstream in porcelain art. In the Song and Yuan dynasties, blue and white porcelain has matured regardless of the combination of glaze and painting art. Overseas trade has made blue and white porcelain famous all over the world. This Hu Cheng painting is: Xiangshan Five Lao, also known as Huichang Five Lao, refers to the famous poet during the Huichang period of the Tang Dynasty (the reign of Wu Zong Li Yan, 841-846) The "Nine Lao" headed by Bai Juyi are Bai Juyi, Hu Gao, Ji Min, Zheng Shi, Liu Zhen, Lu Shen, Zhang Hun, Di Jianmo, and Lu Zhen. Because their meeting place is in Xiangshan, Luoyang, Henan, they are called "Xiangshan Guro" or "Luozhong Guro". Later generations used the five elders to express this theme to celebrate their fame and return home. This Hu Cheng theme is the Xiangshan five elders. After my uncle Shenzhen’s appraisal from the characteristics of the blue and white pot, the painting style, and the blue and white hair From the perspective of color and glaze characteristics, they are in line with the characteristics of porcelain in the middle and late Qing dynasties, so the dynasties are Qing Jiaqing and Daoguang period works. This small blue and white pot was a work of a civil kiln in the middle of the Qing Dynasty. At that time, it was used as a tea pot for tea, or as a medicine pot for Chinese medicine pills. The traces of friction are obvious. Porcelain is the art of glaze and fire, and antiques. It is culture and fun to play. When you walk into it, you will discover the extraordinary beauty, as well as the humanities, art and cultural charm that are hard to reach today. For us, it is also a precious material and spiritual wealth. This Hu Cheng's paintings are exquisite and very rare. If you like this Hu Cheng, you can buy it on my website www.txs-tea.com. PS: If you buy, it is strongly recommended to use DHL shipping.