Jun Ware Porcelain----The Treasure of China
Jun Kiln
Jun Porcelain

Jun Ware Porcelain----The Treasure of China

Chinese ceramic art is an important symbol of human civilization and it has left a rich and colorful stroke in the history of porcelain.

Song porcelain brought the natural charm of porcelain to the extreme and Jun kiln ware is the most beautiful ceramic art among Song porcelain.

Jun Porcelain originated in China Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Song Dynasty, which is one of the Chinese five famous ancient porcelains. It has more than 1300 years of history and is known as the "treasure of the country". Jun porcelain was named after setting up official kilns to specialize in firing imperial porcelain near the ancient Juntai in Yuzhou City during the Huizong period of the Song Dynasty.

Jun kiln

There is no floating light on the body of the Jun kiln porcelain, emitting the light of introversion. Jun ware is composed, and thick, which is the expression of the character of the Chinese nation.

Jun porcelain belongs to the Celadon Series, which has a long history in China. Before the Tang Dynasty, Celadon was always the mainstream of ceramic production, and Jun porcelain was different from other kinds of ceramics because of its unique art of natural Fambe--kiln transformation.

The unique phenomenon of “One color into colors” constitutes the special beauty and artistic effect of the Jun Porcelain, and has a high artistic charm. As soon as it came out, it was cherished by the world and entered the ranks of famous kilns.

Jun kiln fambe

Since ancient times, there has been the saying that "gold is valuable and Jun Porcelain is invaluable", and "Wealth is not as good as a piece of Jun porcelain".

The preciousness of Jun Porcelain lies mainly in its extremely scarce stock. The high firing difficulty of Jun ceramics greatly restricts the production of Jun ceramics.

The color property of the Jun porcelain tea pot is volatile during firing. Not only the temperature and cooling rate, but also the kiln position, fuel, season, and climate will affect the final Fambe effect, making Jun porcelain's firing rate extremely low, at least 70% of the products will be scrapped.

Jun kiln ceramic tea pot

Only those who really understand Jun Porcelain can understand the value of Jun Porcelain.

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