Jun kiln sky blue glaze folding edge plate
Jun kiln sky blue glaze folded along the bottom of the plate
Jun kiln sky blue glaze folded edge tray, Yuan, 3.5cm high, 12cm diameter, 5.5cm foot diameter.
Disc folded along, shallow arc belly, circle feet. Sky blue glaze is applied inside and outside, and the glaze layer at the edge of the mouth is thin, reflecting the sauce yellow carcass. There is no glaze inside the ring foot, and there are three burnt nail marks on the outsole.
Cizhou Kiln, White Ground, Black Flower, Cloud and Phoenix Pattern Four Series Vase
Cizhou kiln, white ground, black flower, cloud and phoenix pattern, four series bottle bottom
Cizhou kiln, white ground, black flower, cloud and phoenix pattern four series vase, Yuan, 37cm high, 6cm diameter, 10.5cm foot diameter.
The bottle has round lip, mouth, short neck, sloping shoulders, oval abdomen, and round feet. 4 series on the shoulders. Black glaze is applied to the lower part of the inner and outer walls of the bottle. The upper half of the outer wall is decorated with white ground and black flowers. The theme pattern is two groups of cloud and phoenix patterns, separated by mountain-shaped patterns.
The Cizhou kiln of the Yuan Dynasty mainly fired white-glazed black flower ware, and the products were large, round and heavy. Large pots, large pots, pillows are the main products, and Yunlong, Yunfeng, Yunyan, and fish algae are common decorative patterns.
Jun kiln moon white glazed double ear three-legged furnace
Jun kiln moon white glazed double ear three-legged stove bottom
Jun kiln moon white glazed double ears three-legged furnace, Yuan, 25.2cm in height, 11.5cm in diameter and 12cm in foot distance.
Furnace lip, short neck, long round belly, huán sound ring bottom, underneath there is a concave umbilical center, underneath it has three breast-shaped feet, and the feet are rolled outwards. Place both ears on the shoulders symmetrically. The glaze is blue-grey, decorated with purple-red spots, the glaze drooping phenomenon and the “earthworm walking mud” pattern are more obvious, and there are more bubbles in the glaze layer. The convex edges and thin glaze are light brown. The inner wall glaze layer has many slices, and the glass texture is stronger.
Yuxi kiln blue and white jade pot spring bottle
Yuxi kiln blue and white jade pot spring bottle, Yuan, 25.6cm high, 6.7cm diameter, 9.5cm foot diameter.
The bottle has a narrow mouth, a narrow neck, a drooping abdomen and round feet. The whole body is painted with green and yellow glaze, and the outer wall is painted with blue and white banana leaves, lotus petals and fish algae patterns.
This Yuxi kiln jade pot spring vase is a physical material unearthed in a cremation tomb of the Yuan Dynasty in Lufeng, Yunnan in 1973. The blue and white style of the Yuxi kiln in the Yuan Dynasty is obviously different from that of Jingdezhen. The blue and white wares of the Yuxi kiln have a crisp texture, yellow glaze, dark blue and white tones, and a strong glazed glass texture. Although the blue and white color of this bottle is not as good as that of Jingdezhen blue and white, the painting technique is natural and smooth, and the decoration will be vividly displayed in a few strokes. It has a certain lively artistic effect. It fully reflects the superb craftsmanship and exquisite craftsmanship of the porcelain industry in the border areas of my country in the Yuan Dynasty. Technique.
Longquan kiln printed dragon pattern celadon plate
Longquan kiln printed dragon pattern celadon plate, Yuan, 7.5cm high, 42.9cm diameter, 29cm foot diameter.
The plate is open, shallow abdomen, plain, circled feet. Celadon glaze is applied inside and outside, the bottom is unglazed, and the exposed part is flint red. The inner wall is carved with cloud and dragon patterns. This dish is large in shape, has a thick carcass, and the glaze is blue-yellow. The cloud dragon pattern stamped under the thicker glaze layer is clearly visible, which shows that it is a typical celadon from Longquan kiln in Yuan Dynasty.
Longquan kiln celadon developed from the Song Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty. Although the firing area expanded and the output increased greatly, the plum blue color of the Southern Song Dynasty was no longer able to be burned. In order to make up for the lack of color of celadon, Longquan kiln celadon in Yuan Dynasty often used mold printing, pasting, carving and other techniques for decoration, in order to pursue the beauty of patterns and shapes.
Glaze red turn cup
Red in glaze turn the bottom of the cup
The glaze red handle cup, Yuan, 10cm high, 7.7cm diameter, 3.8cm foot diameter.
The cup has a sharp mouth, a deep abdomen, a thin bottom, and a hollow bamboo-shaped high foot. Green and white glaze is applied throughout the body. The cup body is smeared with 3 red spots in the glaze, and a small circle is juxtaposed. The bottom of the cup is high enough to connect with the pin and tenon, and it can be rotated freely without taking off.
The decorative plaques of this cup have bright colors and are as beautiful as sunset clouds. It is a rare treasure. The cup foot that can be rotated at will increases its enjoyment.
In 1980, a Yuan dynasty glaze-in-glaze red-printed plastic plastered high-foot cup with a scorpion pattern was unearthed from the Yuan Dynasty porcelain cellar in Gaoan, Jiangxi, in 1980. It can be seen from this that the turn of the Gaozu Cup should be one of the characteristics of the Yuan Dynasty Gaozu Cup.
Red glaze flower rabbit pattern jade pot spring vase
Red glaze flower rabbit pattern jade pot spring bottle bottom
A jade pot spring vase with a red cut flower in the glaze, Yuan, 20.5cm high, 6.3cm diameter, 6.8cm foot diameter.
The bottle has a narrow mouth, a narrow neck, a drooping abdomen and round feet. Green and white glaze is applied throughout the body. There are 4 darkly carved string patterns on the shoulders and the largest part of the abdomen. The upper abdomen is carved with a hare running among the flowers and grass. The bunny looks back and waits. The lines are smooth and natural, and the image is lifelike. Randomly paint the glaze red on the blank space of the pattern to form a red ground and white flower, which enhances the artistic effect of the pattern. The inner mouth of the bottle is smeared with red glaze.
The jade pot spring vase is a common type of Jingdezhen porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty. Its varieties are irradiated in the glaze. Blue and white, blue and white glaze, and malachite green glaze blue and white are still seen.
Judging from the archaeological discoveries, the earliest known red-glazed porcelains are the red-glazed pots with red-glazed lids and red-glazed red piles that were unearthed in the tomb of the Ling family in Jingdezhen in 1979. Plastic pavilion-style barns, etc. (see Jiangxi Provincial Museum: “The Discovery of Blue and White Glazed Red Porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty in Fengcheng, Jiangxi”, “Cultural Relics” No. 11, 1981; Zhuang Wanli Cultural Foundation: “Celadon and White Porcelain in the Song and Yuan Period 1998). Red porcelain in glaze is very precious because it is difficult to make and is less handed down. The jade pot spring vase decorated in red in the glaze, in addition to the collection of the Palace Museum in Beijing, there are also the jade pot spring vase in the glaze red flying phoenix pattern collected by the Yamato Wenhua Museum of Japan and the Matsuoka Art Museum, and the David Wade in London, UK The jade pot spring vase with red flower pattern in the glaze collected by the foundation.
Jun kiln moon white glaze purple red spot wash
Jun kiln moon white glaze purple red spot wash looking down
Jun kiln moon white glaze purple red spot wash bottom
Jun kiln moon white glaze purple red spot wash, Yuan, 9.8cm high, 28.3cm diameter, 15cm foot diameter.
Wash the open edge, arc wall, circle foot. Moon white glaze is applied inside and outside, the outer wall is not completely glazing, and the inner bottom is dotted with purple-red patches. The inner ring of the foot is unglazed.
Jun kiln moon white glazed plastic paste lotus and lotus pattern double ears tripod furnace
Jun kiln moon white glazed plastic paste lotus pattern double ears tripod furnace bottom
Jun kiln moon white glazed plastic double-ear triple-leg stove with lotus and lotus pattern, Yuan, 24cm in height, 14.5cm in diameter and 10cm in foot distance.
The furnace has a flat mouth, deep abdomen, concave ring feet, and three legs underneath. Arrange the ears symmetrically on the mouth edge. Moon white glaze is applied inside and outside, and there are glaze marks on the outsole. The ring feet are unglazed, iron-brown tires, delicate and firm. The outer wall and ear surface are decorated with folded branches and flowers.
Jun kiln sky blue glaze purple red spot chrysanthemum petal dish
Looking down on Jun kiln sky blue glaze purple red spot chrysanthemum petal dish
Jun kiln sky blue glaze purple red spot chrysanthemum petal bottom
Jun kiln sky blue glaze purple red spot chrysanthemum petal plate, Yuan, 4.7cm high, 21cm diameter, 9.9cm foot diameter.
The disc is in the shape of a chrysanthemum petal, with an open mouth, a shallow arc abdomen, and a circle of feet. The inside and outside are covered with sky blue glaze, and the plate is dotted with four rose purple patches.
The glaze colors of Jun kiln porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty were mainly sky blue and moon white, with few rose-purple red spots. This plate is beautiful in shape and bright in glaze. The sky blue and rose purple complement each other. It is gorgeous and elegant. It is worthy of the fine work of Jun porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty.
Longquan kiln celadon net bottle
Longquan kiln celadon pure bottle, Yuan, 48.2cm high, 7.3cm diameter. Collection of the Qing Palace.
The net bottle has a straight mouth, a long neck, full shoulders, and gradually converges below the shoulders. There are round edges at the lower part of the neck. Apply pink cyan glaze inside and outside to make the glaze even.
This kind of utensil, commonly known as the “clean bottle”, is actually a kind of “military holding”. “Junchi” is a transliteration of Sanskrit “kundikā” and Hindustani “kundi”. It is also called “junchi”, “junchi”, “junchi”, “捃zhijia”, etc., meaning “bottle” ,”Water bottle”. It was originally a daily life utensil of the Indian people, and was later given a religious meaning by Buddhists. It was used to store water for drinking, washing hands or gargle after meals when traveling around. Military support can be roughly divided into two types, two-port and single-port, with ceramic and metal textures. Porcelain single-mouthed military support was fired from the Five Dynasties to the Qing Dynasty. Its basic characteristics are small mouth, long neck, full shoulders, gradually converging below the shoulders, ringed feet, and rounded edges on the neck.
This kind of celadon-glazed pure bottle made in the Longquan kiln of Zhejiang in the Yuan dynasty is often referred to as the “ji-character bottle” because of its appearance like a “ji” character. There are quite a few celadon glaze bottles in the Longquan kiln of the Yuan Dynasty, but it is rare to see a bottle that is as big and exquisite in glaze.