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Development History of Ceramic tea cup

- Apr 02, 2018-

Until the middle and late Yuan Dynasty, blue-and-white porcelain tea sets began production in batches, and Jingdezhen in particular became the main producer of blue-and-white porcelain tea sets in China. Due to the high level of blue and white porcelain tea painting techniques, especially the use of traditional Chinese painting techniques on porcelain, this can be said to be a major accomplishment of Yuan Dynasty painting. In addition to the Yuan Dynasty Jingdezhen blue and white tea outside, Yunnan Yuxi, construction of water, Zhejiang and other places of the country also have a small blue and white porcelain tea production, but whether it is glaze, aggravation, or decoration, painting techniques, can not be produced with the same period in Jingdezhen Blue and white porcelain tea sets compared. Ming Dynasty, Jingdezhen porcelain tea sets, such as more and more teapot, teapots, tea cup, variety, quality, more and more refined, no matter the shape, shape, decoration and so Guanjue country, to become other production blue and white tea kiln field imitated, the Qing Dynasty, especially the Emperor Kangxi, Yongzheng and Qianlong period, the blue and white porcelain tea set in the history of ancient ceramics, has entered a historical peak, it goes beyond the former, affect future generations. The blue-and-white porcelain utensils that were burned during the reign of Emperor Kangxi were historically called the "most in the Qing Dynasty."

Looking at the Ming and Qing Dynasties, due to the porcelain technology to improve the social and economic development, expand exports, as well as tea method change, all contributed to the blue and white tea gained rapid development, when in addition to the production of Jingdezhen blue and white tea, the more influential there Ji'an and Leping in Jiangxi, Chaozhou, Jieyang and Boluo in Guangdong, Yuxi in Yunnan, Huili in Sichuan, Dehua and Anxi in Fujian. In addition, there are many places in the country that produce "Thujaga" tea sets, which are used for private tea drinking in certain areas.