Early laminin white porcelain bowl

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[Antiquities _ early stack of white porcelain bowls]

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Early laminin white porcelain bowl

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⍋ If you look closely, you can still see the hand-painted lines from the bowl, but wear them to form a white bowl because of the long time. When the early pottery dishes are put into the kiln, 4-5 dishes will be stacked at the same time. In order to make full use of the space of the kiln room. Due to the high temperature firing process of the ceramic, the glaze will melt and stick, so that the two products will stick together. So the craftsmen who made the pottery at that time stacked several bowls of greens together. Clamp horizontally and roll over the glaze bucket, Stacked in the kiln will not stick together. After the kiln is out of the bottom of the bowl, it is not glazed, and a circle of "double-burning rings" is formed. The size is just right to stack another bowl on top. This bowl is also called a "rough bowl." With the evolution of the times, most of the current kiln sites use an armored kiln. Each bowl is complete and there will be no stacking rings. Therefore, there is no stacked bowl of dishes later. This stacked dish represents the pottery culture of the time. It also has the meaning of the times. ⍋ Place of Origin: Taiwan Material: Tao Bowl diameter: 13 cm Height: 6 cm *Early objects will have old traces and broken state after use, and can be purchased by the recipient. ⍋ Taiwanese old things

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