Ming Chenghua folk kiln blue and white porcelain, these should be remembered!

The style of blue-and-white porcelain changed rapidly in the Ming Dynasty. The color of blue-and-white was clear and elegant.

The character of Emperor Chenghua in Ming Dynasty was relatively soft, and his character directly influenced the style of porcelain decoration in the dynasty.

It has formed the characteristics of elegant and quiet blue materials, such as elegant and exquisite instrument, thin and white body, rich and crystal glaze, neat and fine pattern, and quiet blue material.

Products of the instrument type, porcelain, pattern is very harmonious and unified, with a light, elegant style unique.

The blue-and-white porcelain of the Ming Dynasty was divided into the official kilns and the civilian kilns, and its decorative features were obviously different.

Ming Cheng Hua Qinghua entwined branch lotus eight treasure pattern three-legged furnace, Beijing Palace Museum


Some of the blue-and-white porcelain of the official kilns of the Chenghua Dynasty continued to be used in the Su-Ma-Li-Qing, and the legacy of Xuande remained.

But most of them use Pitang Green, also known as Equal Green, produced in Leping County, Jiangxi Province.

Its characteristic is the blue and white color talks elegant, the blue in the flash ash, appears the color to be very stable, calm.

The blue-and-white porcelain of the Chenghua period had few large pieces, not none.

Beijing Palace Museum collection of a blue-and-white Gaoshi map jar,31 cm high.

The cobalt materials used for drawing green flowers in Chenghua Guan Kiln are imported materials as well as made in China.

Imported material drawing blue-and-white decorative color bright, domestic material painting blue-and-white decorative relatively elegant, gray color.

Ming Cheng Hua Qing Hua Gaostu lion button lotus leaf jar, Palace Museum, Tibet

How to identify the blue-and-white porcelain of Ming-cheng-hua-Min kiln?

Here are some suggestions for your Tibetan friends:

1. Chenghua folk kiln porcelain is not as fine and orderly as the official kiln,

But the foetus is white and delicate, and the glaze is as soft as jade.

Because of the high firing temperature and the degree of porcelain, the body is much thinner and lighter than the early Ming Dynasty.

Glaze bright and transparent, nourishing and plump, with a pale lake blue.

Some of the glaze is thin, thin white moisture such as fat, very similar to the formation of the official kiln blue glaze, but also colored white gray.

Ming Cheng Hua Qing Hua Shuangqi picture bowl

Ming Cheng Hua blue and white flower patterns of small cans, the transaction price RMB5,750,000 yuan, Beijing Poly 2019 spring auction

2, Bowl, dish dig foot fine, common “overshoulder”, foot wall is thinner plantar, have glaze more, rare milk nail.

The inner wall of the foot is perpendicular to the bottom of the foot, but the intersecting angle of the plate is less than 90 °, and the circle of the bowl is smaller than that of the beginning of the Ming Dynasty.

Ming Dynasty Chenghua blue-and-white deer and crane with spring pattern bowl

Ming Dynasty, Chenghua blue and white twined flower bowl, folk kiln

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3. The three small breast-foot-shaped furnace and drum-shaped three breast-foot furnace similar to the “Tianshun year” type.

And fold along the rhombus plate, recumbent straight mouth bowl, horseshoe folding bowl is also common.

A folding, round-bellied “pier-shaped” bowl that is still common in the days from Dude to Wanli.

Some of the mume mouth “disk-shaped”, but also a wide mouth, round abdomen, long bell-shaped legs of the plum bottle.

The Drum-shaped Three-Foot Furnace in Qing Hua Sanskrit in the Sixteenth Year of Mingchenghua, unearthed in the tomb of Daochuan County, Jiangxi Province

The three-year blue-and-white flower pattern bowl of Ming Dynasty, excavated from the tomb of Yongxiu County, Jiangxi Province

Mingcheng Qing Hua character plum vase, wide mouth, round abdomen, long bell-shaped legs

4. Some of the folk blue-and-white kilns are light and quiet as those of Chenghua official kilns.

Some, like Jingtai and Tianshun folk blue and white flowers, are as dark and loose.

Some because the firing temperature is high and dripping bright.

The color and color of Chenghua blue-and-white reflects the process of dressing, calcining and refining the green material at that time.

Tomb of Poyang County, Jiangxi Province excavated from the three-year Qing Hua French Roller Covering Canister of Ming Cheng Hua

Ming Dynasty blue and white lily pattern bowl, folk kiln

5, Chenghua kiln blue-and-white porcelain decoration and the official kiln, the same is light hair ash.

Chenghua porcelain pattern more than the beginning of the Ming Dynasty.

The common decorative lion, sea animal, lotus pond mandarin duck, mountain stone flowers and plants, okra tea, broken branches peony, baby play, gaoshi, tie-bar pestle and so on.

Some of the graffiti, some of the soft painting, regardless of that kind of painting, are smart and lively, free and casual.

Ganoderma lucidum twig, lotus, peony or tangled branches holding eight precious lines, is often evenly filled with short grass or curly leaves, some of the curly leaves simplified into arranged points.

Ming Cheng Hua, Hetang mandarin duck pattern, folk kiln

Mingcheng Qing Hua tangled branch lotus pattern plum vase


The flower heads of a broken flower are often painted with spirals.

A vine, such as the grape, that is painted spring-like.

The lake stone strokes into a mussel shell shape, both sides of the lake stone painted symmetrical flowers or “three fruit” trees.

The religious design adorned with Sanskrit is obvious.

Vanilla dragon (that is, the body of the dragon into a roll of grass-like) in the Chenghua kiln, kiln blue and white common.

The folk blue-and-white paintings of Feilong first appeared in Chenghua (Xuande official kiln blue-and-white also have Feilong), Zhengde, Jiajing when common.

Chenghua, Ming Dynasty, blue and white, vanilla, dragon pattern, folk kiln

Chenghua grape grain and folk kiln in Ming Dynasty

Ming Dynasty Chenghua Blue and White Squirrel Pattern, Folk Kiln

Ming Dynasty Chenghua Qinghua baby play pattern, folk kiln

6. Most people’s kilns have no knowledge of porcelain.

In the folk celadon to write this dynasty emperor year and dry year, only in Tianshun, Chenghua.

There are “Daming Chenghua Year made”, “Daming Year made”, “Jia Chen year made all the money.