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[Name] Pen Washing of Indigo Glaze in Ming Dynasty
[Specification] Upper Diameter: 173.94 mm High: 85 mm Bottom Diameter: 87.72 mm
This collection of indigo glaze is also known as “blue glaze”, “blue glaze for sacrifice”, “indigo glaze”. Ming and Qing blue glazes are commonly referred to as “indigo blue”, a kind of high temperature lime alkali glaze. The green body is glazed and fired next time at 1280-1300 C.
Deep color, non-splitting glaze, uniform tone, stable color, exquisite drum, blue and white outside, it looks very elegant and elegant. Glaze is left at the bottom of the eaves, the bottom is sunken and glazed, the body is repaired, brown eyes are exposed, the sole has spiral tread marks, the color is mild and no thieves, the outer wall is opened by the shoulder of the appliances. Start to gradually close to the bottom, smooth lines. Its glaze color is blue as deep sea, its glaze surface is even and stable. Later people call it “indigo blue”, and because of its stable and bright color, it is considered as the three “top-grade” of Xuande color glazed pottery, which has very high collection value.
In Chenghua, Hongzhi and Zhengde periods, indigo glazed pottery was seldom handed down, especially in Chenghua period. So far, no complete pottery has been seen. However, there are blue glaze fragments of Chenghua style unearthed from Jingdezhen Royal Factory, which shows that its production has never been interrupted.
Jiajing Blue Glazed Porcelain is more prevalent. First, there are rich and colorful shapes, and second, there are new developments in glaze color. In addition to traditional palace sacrificial utensils and display porcelain, blue glaze products are also common in daily utensils. The glaze color is not only indigo, but also a new kind of “green-back” glaze. Jiajing indigo glaze blue is slightly purple. Some glazes have small stripes, some have brown spots, and a layer of sauce glaze is applied around the feet. Jiajing Huiqing glaze is multi-engraved and dark, all of which are six-character regular script style. The shapes include pots, washing, bowls, plates, cups, scum buckets, shaving shovels, etc. Some are still shallowly engraved with dragons and phoenixes, Yunlong and twisted patterns. These artifacts are mainly stored in the Palace Museum in Taipei and Beijing, both of which are old in the Palace Museum.
The indigo glazed porcelain is popular in the world with its rich manifestations, unique artistic style and elegant artistic features. It is highly appreciated and loved by people and has great appreciation space and collection value.