Buddha ceramics are works of art that are fired into three-dimensional ceramics through sculpture, which is sculpture porcelain. Its production needs to be molded, inlaid and cut, stacked, molded, carved and other manual processes and then sintered at high temperature.
The white porcelain Buddha statue of Shakyamuni sits on a corset of Meru, with his arms hanging down, his hands folded, and placed between his legs, showing natural and serene, coupled with wide robes and large sleeves, smooth clothing lines, giving people a sense of weight and grace. The fetal bone is pure white, hollow inside, glazed inside and outside, not very heavy. Its glaze color is fine and crystalline, the light can shine brightly, and the shape is accurate.
Each type of sculpture has its own characteristics, from the display of art to daily utensils and toys, etc. can be made attractive through sculpture.