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Introduction to the history of celadon tea sets: the flower of porcelain, rare and precious

Introduction to the history of celadon tea sets: the flower of porcelain, rare and precious

As early as the Eastern Han Dynasty, the production of pure, transparent and luminous celadon began. In the Jin Dynasty, the Yue kilns, Wu kilns and Ou kilns in Zhejiang had reached considerable scale. In the Song Dynasty, the celadon tea sets produced by the Ge Kiln in Longquan, Zhejiang, one of the five famous kilns at that time, had reached their peak and were sold far away. In the Tang Dynasty, the porcelain industry had become an independent department.

Celadon is a type of traditional Chinese porcelain. A celadon glaze (turquoise glaze with iron as colorant) is applied to the body and fired in a reducing flame. The porcelains called porcelain, Qianfeng Cuise, Ai Se, emerald green, pink green and so on in the past dynasties of our country all refer to this kind of porcelain. Yue kiln in the Tang Dynasty, Longquan kiln, Guan kiln, Ru kiln, Yaozhou kiln in the Song Dynasty, etc. all belong to the celadon system.

Celadon reputation

Celadon is famous for its exquisite porcelain quality, bright and smooth lines, dignified and simple shape, pure and beautiful color. The porcelain industry in the Tang Dynasty has become an independent department. The poet Lu Guimeng of the Tang Dynasty once praised celadon with the famous line "the wind and dew of nine autumns bloom over the kiln and capture the green color of thousands of peaks". Celadon is "as green as jade, as bright as a mirror, and as loud as a chime". It is called the "flower of porcelain" and is rare and valuable.

Celadon introduction

In the Ming Dynasty, celadon tea sets were famous both at home and abroad for their delicate texture, dignified shape, green glaze, and elegant patterns.

At the end of the 16th century, Longquan celadon was exported to France, which caused a sensation throughout France. People compared it with the beautiful green robe of the heroine Sheila Tong in the famous drama "The Shepherdess" that was popular in Europe at that time, and called Longquan celadon "Sela Tong". Considered a rare treasure.

Development history

Celadon tea sets began to develop in the Jin Dynasty. At that time, the main production area of ​​celadon was in Zhejiang. The most popular one was a spouted teapot called "Jitou Liuzi".

After the Six Dynasties, many celadon tea sets were decorated with lotus flowers. Later it evolved into a porcelain saucer, which became a common saucer later. It is called "tea boater" in modern times. In fact, as early as in "The Rites of Zhou", the saucer holding cups and bottles was called "zhou". It can be seen that "zhou" The name "ship" has existed since ancient times.

In the Song Dynasty, tea cups were popular for drinking tea, and the use of cup holders was also more common. The tea cup, also known as the tea cup, is actually a small tea bowl, which is conducive to bringing out and maintaining the aroma and taste of the tea, which is in line with scientific principles. If the tea cup is too large, not only will the fragrance be easily dispersed, but also a lot of boiling water will be injected, which will carry a large amount of heat and easily burn the tea leaves, causing the tea soup to lose its freshness.


Royal celadon is a product of the fusion of north and south. As we all know, the regional environment, water and soil are very different, and the cultural differences are also vast. The celadon fired in the south and the north have their own characteristics.

After doing a lot of textual research and research on the porcelain from the north and the south, the Royal Classic combined the characteristics of both sides and took advantage of the different properties of the northern and southern firing materials to create the unique strength of the Royal Classic mixed with softness and greenness. A magnificent celadon tea set.

The royal family has professional kilns and advanced equipment. No matter how many times it is fired in the fire, the celadon ware can maintain perfect color and will not crack or break. The fired celadon ware is evenly heated, has a clear color, and the glaze is blue and green. The layer is thick and moist, comparable to jadeite.

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