Daily-use ceramics (also referred to as tableware or homeware), as the name implies, refers to the essential porcelain used in daily life. The production of ceramics can be said to be due to people’s need for daily life. From the perspective of the occurrence and development of ancient daily pottery, it has a history of tens of thousands of years. Since the Eastern Han Dynasty invented porcelain, daily products have been more hygienic. Artificial stone that is easier to clean --- porcelain.
Daily-use porcelain is the porcelain that people touch most in daily life and are familiar with, such as tableware, tea sets, coffee sets, wine sets, and rice cookers. Historically, daily-use porcelain was developed from pottery for daily use. Because the two have similarities in performance and manufacturing process, they are customarily put together and collectively referred to as ceramics for daily use.