Ming Chenghua blue and white porcelain is a traditional famous porcelain of Han nationality, which is divided into official kiln and folk kiln. The Ming Chenghua Dynasty (1465-1487 A.D., Zhu Jianshen, Xianzong of the Ming Dynasty) lasted for 23 years, and the production of Jingdezhen imperial kiln was completely restored to normal, which was an important historical period in the history of Han ceramic firing.



[collection name]: Gold kylin plate in the Chenghua year of the Ming Dynasty


[category]: porcelain


This Daming Chenghua annual gold kylin plate is decorated with blue and white gold, painted with Twirling patterns, circled with six characters of regular script "Daming Chenghua annual system" in both sides of the blue and white frames. Both the inner and outer walls of the bracket are painted with Twirling lotus patterns, which are finely made, with a white and delicate texture, and the glaze is as bright and lustrous as jade. The blue and white hair color is even and blue, and the gold color technology is mature. It has been changed from Gilding Technology to gold painting technology, with gold color surface Flat and bright, it looks brilliant. It is a fine product made by Jingdezhen imperial kiln in the late period of Chenghua, which is precious.



Chenghua blue and white is the representative of blue and white porcelain art in the middle of Ming Dynasty. Its outstanding features are exquisite and exquisite, and its end is exquisite and meticulous. Later generations have a high evaluation of it. Chenghua blue and white flowers can be divided into two categories: one is made in the early years of Chenghua, which is similar to Xuande blue and white flowers in all aspects, especially the imported Suma and Liqing flowers, which are more difficult to distinguish from Xuande blue and white flowers; the other is characterized by thin embryo, white glaze and elegant blue and white color, which is the representative of Chenghua blue and white flowers, which is similar to the later Hongzhi blue and white flowers, so there is a saying that "Chenghong is not divided".



Chenghua porcelain has regular repair tires, no obvious marks on the interface of bottles, cans, pots and other vertical utensils, most of the plates have the phenomenon of bottom collapse, and the bowls and plates are relatively straight and high. There are two kinds of blue and white porcelain in official kilns: bottom glaze and sand bottom. Most of them are glazed. The sand bottom is brown yellow. It's commonly known as "rice paste bottom". It's soft and smooth, without rough feeling. It's the unique style of Chenghua official kiln.



Chenghua year blue and white porcelain, colorful porcelain is one of the great inventions of ancient China, "porcelain" and "China" are the same word in English, which fully shows that the exquisite Chinese porcelain can be the representative of China. High quality porcelain is much more difficult than ordinary porcelain, so there is no lack of fine porcelain collection in the ancient royal family. As one of the special luxuries in ancient China.



In the Chenghua year of the Ming Dynasty, the gilded Kirin plate is exquisite and elegant. The embryo is as thin as paper, and the glaze is delicate and smooth. The gilded edge should be bright and colorful, especially its purple color. It can not be imitated in all dynasties. It is extremely exquisite and precious. It is the leader of many porcelains, and its craftsmanship is even more amazing! Royal Porcelain is very precious and worthy of it!








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