Sixty years of Emperor Qianlong's reign in Qing Dynasty was the heyday of feudal social development in Qing Dynasty. Porcelain production had achieved unprecedented prosperity, and blue and white porcelain had reached its peak. At this time, the imperial kiln factory in Jingdezhen is huge. Under the management of the pottery inspector, it fires more than hundreds of thousands of different kinds of porcelain every year. The fired porcelain has reached the stage of pure green in both craft and decorative art.
Blue-and-white porcelain, also known as white ground blue-and-white porcelain, is often referred to as blue-and-white, a treasure of the firing process of Chinese ceramics. It is one of the mainstream varieties of China's porcelains and belongs to the subglaze color porcelains. Primitive blue-and-white porcelain appeared in Tang and Song Dynasty, while mature blue-and-white porcelain appeared in Hutian kiln in Jingdezhen of Yuan Dynasty. Blue and white became the mainstream of porcelain in Ming Dynasty. It reached its peak in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty. Qianlong ware is rich in types, different from the quiet Kangxi blue and white, and different from the elegant Yongzheng blue and white. It wins by its dense decoration, neat dyeing and painting, and novel shape.
This pair of hexagonal landscape bottles was made in Qianlong of Qing Dynasty. Hexagonal mouthpiece, round drum, circle foot outside, the whole shape is straight and handsome. The glaze of the bottle tyre is white and moist, and the whole body is painted with blue and white. The mouth and neck are decorated with cloud heads, twisted lotus flowers and palindrome ribbons, the tibia and foot are decorated with Yanglian and curly patterns, and the upper and lower abdomen harvest is abundant. The main body is full of twined branches and lotus flowers, which are fresh and full, with different postures, and the branches and leaves grow vigorously and densely. In the middle is the landscape pattern, which is delicate and tedious in drawing. It can be seen that it combines the Chinese classical painting skills and the sense of vitality between mountains and waters. The blue and white hair is bright and bright, suitable for shade and intensity, and the decoration is elaborate, with distinct layers, delicate painting points and excellent brushwork. The blue and white book at the bottom of the bottle, the six-character and three-line seal inscriptions of the Qianlong Annual System of the Qing Dynasty, is a rare treasure, which shows its long history.
China is the capital of porcelain. Blue and white porcelain has been famous both at home and abroad as early as the last century. It is loved and concerned by art collectors and high-end buyers all over the world. Therefore, such a large Qing Emperor Qianlong youth blue and white porcelain vases once appeared, it is inevitable that there is no shortage of high-priced market. With the passage of time, the stock of fine porcelain is becoming scarcer, and there will be a lot of room for appreciation.