Ceramics, a type of pottery made from clay, has a rich history spanning thousands of years. From ancient Greek amphorae to contemporary porcelain art pieces, ceramics have left a lasting impression on art and culture.
Do these geometric ornaments come from the totem worship of snakes by the ancestors of the Min people, so they imitate snake patterns? Or is it the description of the ripples of water that can be seen day by day by the Fujian people? There is no way to know today.
More than 10,000 years ago, in Zhangpingqi and Dong, western Fujian, Fujian ancestors made pottery from the soil taken from the earth under their feet, through the condensation of water, the fabrication of hands and the smelting of fire, completing a great attempt to create something from scratch.
Dehua: China's contemporary famous porcelain production area, in 2003 was called "the hometown of Chinese folk (ceramics) art, won the title of "Chinese porcelain capital".
White-glazed porcelain is, it, by the time of the Sui Dynasty, it had already matured. In the Tang Dynasty, white glazed porcelain had a new development, and the whiteness of porcelain also reached more than 70%, close to the standard of modern high-grade fine porcelain, which laid a solid foundation for underglaze and overglaze porcelain.
White porcelain is a type of traditional Chinese porcelain classification (celadon, blue and white porcelain, colored porcelain, white porcelain). It is made of porcelain blanks with low iron content and fired with pure transparent glaze.