Xingyao white porcelain has a long history, also known as "Chinese white", and is the earliest white porcelain kiln site in China. One of the seven famous kilns in the Tang Dynasty, Xing Kiln, the ancestor of Chinese white porcelain. Xing Kiln was founded and fired in the late Northern Dynasty. After the rapid development of the Sui Dynasty, it reached its peak in the Tang Dynasty and declined in the late Tang and Five Dynasties, becoming the center of early white porcelain production in China. With a history of more than 1500 years, its exquisite fine white porcelain has entered the court as a tribute, and is also exported to more than a dozen countries and regions at home and abroad.
The invention and production of Xing white porcelain from Xing Kiln broke the situation that celadon dominated the world since the Shang Dynasty, forming a pattern that the celadon represented by Yue Kiln in Cixi, Zhejiang Province, and the white porcelain represented by Xing Kiln in Neiqiu, Hebei Province in the north were neck and neck, forming a pattern of "green in the south and white in the north"