Qing Dynasty shunzhi porcelain, let us eye-opening

2022-05-26 0 By

The Shunzhi Dynasty (1644-1661) was built on the ruins of the late Ming Dynasty.There are not sufficient conditions for the overall restoration of the royal kiln for large-scale production resumption.Jingdezhen, the center of porcelain making, was in a very depressed state of production for a very long time.In the second year of Shunzhi, the Qing court banned the system of official kiln and burning in the Ming Dynasty, and adopted the method of official kiln and civilian burning, that is, a certain number of imperial products in the palace were handed over to the best kiln in the civilian kiln for firing.This not only gave full play to the production capacity of the folk kiln factory, but also fully mobilized the enthusiasm of the craftsmen, greatly improved the scale of the folk kiln and the technology of firing porcelain. At the same time, virtually also accelerated the development of the folk kiln, not only created a new way for the production of ceramics,At the same time, it also laid a very solid foundation for the rapid development and prosperity of kangxi dynasty porcelain.1. Qing Shunzhi colorful flower and flower cylinder, size: 48 cm high, estimated price: RMB 550,000 ~ 750,000, trading price: RMB 897,000Rough is slag tires, available in gray and gray yellow.The fine one is not only very white but also very hard and has a good degree of porcelain.Embryo glaze closely combined, the production process is still used in the late Ming Tianqi, Chongzhen style.Most of the glaze is shining in white, showing duck egg cyan, but it is not bloated, the transparency is not good, some glaze shrinkage situation.Glaze is rarely open, glaze layer is relatively thin, most utensils are with sauce mouth (that is, in the porcelain mouth along a layer of sauce glaze), mouth along the edge is generally relatively flat.2: Qing Shunzhi blue and white character story picture cylinder, size: 43.8 cm high, estimated price: HKD 200,000 ~ 300,000, transaction price: HKD 562,500 Many large carving tools are not glazed at the bottom, exposing the embryo.Tire repair is not very regular, always stuck with small sand, you can also see the late Ming porcelain can often see the radial jump knife marks.The bottom of the porcelain is exquisitely made, and most of the glaze is relatively flat. It is rare to see the phenomenon of collapse in the Ming Dynasty.There are usually kiln cracks at the bottom of the plate, and the bottom edge is kiln red, which is flint red.Plate bottom massiness, mouth edge is thinner and thinner, foot root folds inward slightly, foot wall is deeper, it is wide circle foot, some are two circle foot.Some of the artifacts were carefully cut along the craftsmen, and the back of loach was very smooth, which can be seen the characteristics of blue and white in the early Kangxi Dynasty.Generally speaking, shunzhi blue and white deft implements are very few.2. Green material Shunzhi blue and white is painted with Domestic Zhejiang material, and there are about three types: green, elegant, gray and blue.Overall, the color is more stable, tonal level sense is obvious, a few some hair dark, hair color is more shallow, there are parts of blue and white halo come loose, decorative pattern fuzzy is not very clear.The blue, grey and dark ones are mostly temple supplies, while the bright ones are used for large-scale carving and export ceramics for the commodity trade.4: Qing Shunzhi blue and white colorful eight immortal figures flower gu, size: 51 cm high, estimate: RMB 360,000 ~ 400,000, turnover price: RMB 414,000The modeling is mainly practical, new modeling is relatively few, generally is the continuation of the Ming Dynasty style, some of the appropriate improvement.Such as the common plate, bowl, cup, pen holder, chain jar and so on.In the shunzhi era, Jingdezhen still followed the temporary emergency measures at the end of the Ming Dynasty, so there were very few imperial kilns handed down, but civilian kilns began to be fired on a large scale, so there were more civilian kilns than official kilns.