Chinese ceramics
Chinese ceramic ware shows a continuous development since the moderndynastic periods and is one of the most significant forms of Chinese art. China is richly endowed with the raw materials needed for...
Chinese ceramics
台北故宮珍藏明代瓷器.
Sancai
Sancai (Chinese: 三彩; pinyin: sāncǎi; literally: "three colours") is a type of decoration on Chinese pottery using three intermingled colors for decoration.
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Longquan celadon
Longquan celadon (龍泉青磁) refers to Chinese celadon produced in Longquan (龍泉) kilns which were largely located in Lishui prefecture in southwestern Zhejiang Province. With those in other prefectures the...
Ding ware
Ding or Ting ware (Chinese: 定瓷, Dìngcí) were porcelain ceramics produced in the prefecture of Dingzhou (formerly romanized as "Ting-chou") between the late Tang and Later Jin dynasties of imperia...
Jun ware
Jun ware (Chinese: 鈞窯; Wade–Giles: Chün) is a type of Chinese celadon. The use of straw ash in the glaze bestows its unique blue glaze suffused with white. The ware was created near Linru County i...
Blue and white porcelain
"Blue and white wares" (Chinese: 青花; pinyin: qīng-huā; literally: "Blue flowers") designate white pottery and porcelain decorated under the glaze with a blue pigment, generally cobalt oxi...
Blanc de Chine
Blanc de Chine (French for "White from China") is the traditional European term for a type of white Chinese porcelain, made at Dehua in the Fujian province, otherwise known as Dehua porcelain or simil...
Chinese export porcelain
Chinese export porcelain includes a wide range of porcelain that was made and decorated in China exclusively for export to Europe and later to North America between the 16th and the 20th century.
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İznik pottery
İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century.The town...
Chinese influences on Islamic pottery
Chinese influences on Islamic pottery cover a period starting from at least the 8th century CE to the 19th century. This influence of Chinese ceramics has to be viewed in the broader context of the co...
Yixing clay teapot
Yixing clay teapots (simplified Chinese: 宜兴; traditional Chinese: 宜興; pinyin: Yíxīng; Wade–Giles: I-Hsing) (also called Purple Sand (Chinese: 紫砂; pinyin: zǐshā; Wade–Giles:...