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For example, if someone tries to sell you a piece of blue-and-white or polychrome ware from Jingdezhen with a sandy or gritty bottom, it is a fake (e.g., it is Swatow ware, influenced by Jingdezhen, but not made in Jingdezhen). In Jingdezhen, ceramics were always fired in saggars (kiln boxes). Similar issues apply for potting. For example, during the Yuan dynasty, many potters used press-moulding techniques, particularly for larger wares, rather than wheel-throwing techniques. In later periods, such as the Qing and the 20th century, potters could throw very large wares on wheels.




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This long-necked vase in a dramatic depiction of hand-painted blue and white florals is an export ware inspired piece with true sophistication. While not for use with real flowers, this decorative piece is a stunning accent for a country or estate living room.


In the eighteenth century, blue and white was a popular color combination for imported china, home accessories, textiles, clothing, jewelry, and other objects of everyday life. As timeless then as it is now, a Blue and White theme will never go out of style.


Discover our stunning selection of blue and white oriental lamps, all 100% porcelain. Add timeless elegance to your room's aesthetic with hand-painted floral and geometric designs on porcelain lamps, including table lamps, vase lamps, and more. Brighten up your space with functional and stylish lighting that will make a lasting impression in every room. Shop at Oriental Lamp Shade today.


Keep an iconic look of East Asian art close at hand with a stunning, hand-painted porcelain medallion. Its classic blue and white glaze calls to mind exquisite vases from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, though this elegant Blue and White Porcelain Necklace is handcrafted in the U.S. The 1.5" diameter pendant is displayed on a 24-karat gold-plated chain with functional, and fashionable, toggle closure.This jewelry item comes packaged in a white box (pictured).


I'm not sure if this ocarina actually requires such specific breath control, but I find that for the lower notes, I actually have to blow HARDER than I would the higher notes, or else my notes will be flat. Not sure if it's designed this way, or my ocarina is just.. interesting. The notes are very VERY loud, and I mean that in a good way. The way this ocarina projects itself, just sounds amazing. And, this ocarina doesn't really require any acute bend. It's just odd that I find myself having to lower my breath pressure a bit once I get pass the high C. Other than that, the ocarina feels very nice to hold, and it's very pretty looking. The ocarina itself is also very heavy compared to some of my other ocarinas, but I'm assuming it's due to the porcelain material. But the weight doesn't impact playing, and I personally love the heft it has to it. It feels and sounds high quality, that's for sure. This is a solid ocarina for a player who is ready for a nice upgrade. I definitely wouldn't recommend this for beginners however.


Blue and white tea sets are perfect for afternoon tea or any tea time. If you are passionate about blue and white porcelain and love tea, you will adore this post. Every designer will tell you blue and white decor never goes out of style!


Drinking tea from blue and white china is legendary. The history of tea in ancient China dates back almost 5,000 years. The Chinese began making blue and white porcelain in the 14th century importing the cobalt pigment for the blue from Persia.


Whether you drink tea from a mug for one, a gaiwan, or an English teapot, there's something here for you. If you have a love affair with blue and white porcelain, here are 16 ways you can incorporate the timeless look of blue and white into your tea service.


Using blue and white in a tea service doesn't mean every piece must be blue and white. You can mix and match your pieces and center them around the one simply gorgeous blue and white teapot. Find a shade of blue that works with the rest of the pieces. Try to establish a balance, so the color isn't overpowering.


This beautiful fine bone china teapot is a Wedgwood archive pattern from 1810 called Hibiscus. I love the classic design and gold highlights. You could purchase the full service or just the teapot and mix it with white teacups for a very modern look.


I love this teapot! The crisp blue and white porcelain hand-painted colors of Royal Copenhagen have spanned the centuries. Royal Copenhagen is synonymous with blue and white. Waking up to tea in my blue and white cup always puts me in a good mood.


I love the coastal-inspired theme of these beautiful blue and white porcelain mugs with water-colored brushstrokes, splatters, and stylized waves. Royal Dalton Blue Pacific Accent Mugs comes in a set of 6 and is perfect for those of us that like a nice large mug of tea in the morning. That's me!


When I first saw the pattern, I immediately loved it! Its beautiful simplicity reminded me of dishes you might see at a beach house. So it wasn't surprising to discover the designer's inspiration for the blue and white stripes came from the blue skies and white-crested waves of Cornwall - hence the name Cornishware.


Bone china refers to the type of china composed of bone ash. It's more expensive to make than porcelain or fine china, making it more costly to buy. The Chinese developed porcelain while the English developed bone china.


Wonderlust 3-piece pagoda tea set features a beautiful iconic Chinese garden scene against classic french blue accents. This Wedgwood tea set also has a matching set of 3-inch tea bowls. The four tea bowls are in a variety of Wonderlust patterns. They are so cute!


Vintage tea sets are gaining popularity. Blue Sorrentino is beautiful and well priced by Noritake bone china tea set for two. The classic blue and white pattern makes an elegant antique-style tea service. This makes a perfect tea gift set.


It's been such fun shopping for blue and white tea sets! Some I already have, but I had to restrain myself from buying more. Blue and white combos are just so beautiful. It's no wonder almost every country that drinks tea has its versions of blue and white tea sets.


I love this! What a beautiful pattern. It reminds of something you'd see at a beach house. Then I read more and discovered that was the designer's inspiration. I'm going to add this classic pattern to my blue and white post. It's a must. Thank you for introducing me.


Thank you for this post as it has explained why I'm finding it difficult to locate a set of Johnson Brothers 'old willow'. I do so like drinking tea from a blue and white porcelain tea set. As I grow older my preference becomes stronger, sometimes I wonder if its not becoming a fetish. I do enjoy a good cup of tea from any type of cup but there is something special about taking tea from a blue and white porcelain tea set.


A must have for anyone with a dog or cat. Love our new pet bowls. Offered in two sizes. Every pet deserves to eat out of blue and white:) What a fun holiday gift idea for your favorite pet! Price is for one bowl.


Although most of the pottery is beautiful, some styles are better than others. Among the most appreciated and requested you can find the blue and white porcelain, and in particular the Ming vase style.


There you will find a vast variety of different products, and it is probably going to take you a while to pick the best. Luckily, we have already done it for you. Go to the next section for a brief overview of the best blue and white porcelains.


This communicates a sense of peacefulness, wisdom, and eternity like no other. As you would get stuck in exploring with your eyes a clear sky on a sunny day, so you will be captured in admiring the harmony of a high-quality blue and white piece of porcelain.


The style with which those animals were drawn reminds one of their nature and their particular temperament. The ability to communicate the personality of a specific subject, exaggerating to the point that it almost feels like it might move, is something that has always fascinated me about the blue and white porcelain.


No matter how bad your day is going, these beautiful porcelain mugs graciously remind you things could be much worse. You could also be chased by UFOs, pestered by pirates, or plagued by giant frogs.


These porcelain pieces are fired at the Kristoff workshop in Valbrich, Poland, one of the oldest and grandest porcelain workshops in the world. Kristoff has been making porcelain since 1831 and its work can be found in museums and in the palaces of royalty. Our porcelain designs are in-glaze, which means slightly melted into the surface of the piece, to ensure a beautiful crisp image for years to come. Photo by Porcelana Krzysztof Sp. z o.o.


Daltile is the country's leading manufacturer and distributor of ceramic tile, porcelain tile & natural stone. Built on a tradition of outstanding design, quality, and service, for 75 years we have set the standard for the tile industry. We are committed to providing trustworthy floor tile, wall tile, and countertops, with over 70 of our collections proudly made in the USA.


Old Imari is quite probably the most famous Japanese ceramic product in the world. China, the dominant exporter of porcelain, fell into internal disturbances in 1644 and it became hard to obtain Chinese products. The west requested Japan to step up production of porcelain instead of China because Europe did not have the techniques to make porcelain at that time. Thus substantial amounts of Japanese porcelain ware were made in the town of Arita and exported to Europe from the port of Imari by the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC) from the late 17th to early 18th century in order to meet demand in the west. Thus Arita porcelain is also often known as Imari. Arita ware was the first porcelain product in Japanese history, and strongly influenced European ceramics.


One of the best elements you can include in your grandmillennial decor is blue and white porcelain. Whether through plates, jars, or vases, adding blue and white porcelain can be a great way to pay homage to the past while sprucing up your home. 041b061a72


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