White Porcelain Bronze Pattern Tea Set
The set includes a teapot, a fair mug, and six teacups.
The art of firing Dehua porcelain is a traditional local craft of Dehua, Fujian. The production and production of Dehua ceramics began in the Neolithic era, flourished in the Tang and Song dynasties, flourished in the Ming and Qing dynasties, and developed in contemporary times. Dehua porcelain sculpture began in the Song Dynasty and has never been interrupted, forming a unique traditional craft. One is made by direct moulding with high-quality kaolin clay, the other by making a mould of the clay and then injecting or kneading it. The glaze is applied or not as required and then put into the kiln and fired at over 1000 degrees. The kneading process is exquisite and delicate, and the shapes are lifelike. In the carved relief decoration, the beauty of the craft and the beauty of the material are blended into one, showing the temperament of the famous kilns, especially in the white porcelain products, which are clear and richly layered, with a milky white, translucent glaze. Very good. Dehua ceramics have always been an important product for China's trade and exports, and are renowned throughout the world, along with silk and tea, as the 'jewel of Oriental art'.
Avoid chemicals, and the porcelain can be cleaned with water or fortnightly with baking soda to reduce stains and maintain its brightness.