Porcelain from Ruzhou is one of the five famous porcelains of China in the Song Dynasty. Ruzhou ( Linru County today), 80 kilometers from Luoyang, has been famous for porcelain since the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).
Using the glaze of the Yue Kiln of the lower reaches of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River and the technique of printing of the Ding Kilin, the porcelain ware is hard, smooth, fine, and multi colored. The most precious among the products is the one in blue. The products made after the model of ancient porcelain wares by the Linru Porcelain Factory sell well at home and abroad.
Bronze Ware from Luoyang
Tri-Colored Glazed Pottery of the Tang Dynasty
Luoyang Palace Lanterns were developed in the Eastern Han Dynasty and became popular in the Tang Dynasty. They were first used in royal court only. The lanterns are made with high craftsmanship, and they have many kinds. The most commonly seen lanterns are white square, red gauze round lantern, hexagonal dragon-head lantern, and merry-go-round.
Jun Porcelain made in Jundu, Yuzhou City was designed by Emperor Huizong of Song Dynasty as a tribute to the royal rourt.
Guan Porcelain made in Kaifeng was also a tribute
to the royal court during the Northern Song Dynasty. The technique developed
by the Kaifeng Research Institute in Ancient Porcelain combines the
traditional and the modern. Guan porcelain is one of the five famous
porcelains in China.
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