Jingdezhen

What is Jingdezhen known for?


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During the Cultural Revolution, Jingdezhen produced a large number of porcelain Mao badges (Chairman Mao badge) and statues of a seated Mao Zedong. File:Jingdezhen soft paste porcelain flower holder Famille Rose 1736 1796 Qianlong period.jpg Jingdezhen soft paste porcelain flower holder, "Famille Rose", 1736–1796, Qianlong period. File:Jingdezhen blue and white plate Yuan period mid 14th century.jpg Jingdezhen blue and white plate, mid-14th century. File:Porcelain plate - Jingdezhen.jpg Early Kangxi 17th Century, Jingdezhen Ware, Nantoyōsō Collection, Japan File:Ming plate 15th century Jingdezhen kilns Jiangxi.jpg Ming plate with grape design, 15th century, Jingdezhen kilns, Jiangxi. British Museum. File:Chinese - Wine Jar with Carp among Water Weeds and Lotuses - Walters 491917 - View G.jpg ''Wine Jar with Carp among Water Weeds and Lotuses'', 16th


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; text-align:left;" '''Tea output''' Fuliang County RMB(yuan) 123 million - style "background:lightskyblue; text-align:left;" '''Aquaculture output''' Changjiang District RMB(yuan) 200 million - colspan "5" Source:'''Jingdezhen People's Government'''


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lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) decorations, a metal rim, and a transparent blue-toned glaze, from Jingdezhen, 12th or 13th century; ''Right item'': A Southern Song miniature model (scale model) of a granary with removable top lid and doorway, qingbai porcelain with transparent blue-toned glaze, Jingdezhen, 13th century. The annual output of minted copper currency in 1085 alone reached roughly six billion coins.

p 156 . The most notable advancement in the Song economy was the establishment of the world's first government issued paper-printed money, known as Jiaozi (Jiaozi (currency)) (''see also Huizi (Huizi (currency))''). For the printing of paper money (banknote) alone, the Song court established several government-run factories in the cities of Huizhou, Chengdu, Hangzhou, and Anqi. ref name "needham


pottery

; bordering Anhui to the north. It is known as the "Porcelain Capital" because it has been producing quality pottery for 1700 years. The city has a well-documented history that stretches back over 2000 years. History During the Han Dynasty, Jingdezhen was known as Xinping. Historical records show that it was during

volume 5 part 1 48" . The size of the workforce employed in paper money factories was large; it was recorded in 1175 that the factory at Hangzhou employed more than a thousand workers a day. Pottery Porcelain (Chinese porcelain) is made from a hard paste made of the clay kaolin and a feldspar called petuntse, which cements the vessel and seals any Wiktionary:pore

and exchanged presents with him; Soong gave Hu a work of glass art from Liuli Gongfang, and received a piece of Jingdezhen pottery from Hu. Soong was only the second major political figure from Taiwan


artistic works

Creative Market happens every Saturday morning in our courtyard from 08:00-12:00. Over one hundred vendors, comprised of young local artists, sell their artistic works. The Creative Market has been a catalyst for inspiring creativity and entrepreneurialism for the emerging Chinese artists in Jingdezhen. Every week you can find a wide variety of artwork ranging from traditional pottery or contemporary designs, to jewelry, sculpture, and much more. If you are planning a trip to Jingdezhen you


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official who was also a famous historian and scholar of PRC wrote a poem that says (in translation): "China is well known in the world for its porcelain, and Jingdezhen is the most well-known centre, with the highest quality porcelain in China". Most Jingdezhen porcelain is valued by collectors of antique porcelain throughout the world. According to media reports, a blue and white (Blue and white porcelain) porcelain jar produced in Jingdezhen during

the Yuan Dynasty was auctioned for the equivalent of RMB 230,000,000 yuan (Chinese yuan) in London, UK on July 12, 2005. This was the highest price achieved by a piece of porcelain in the history of all porcelain auctions of the world. The reason for the high price is experts believe that the blue and white Yuan Dynasty porcelain has a dominant position in the history of Chinese ceramics. It represents the pinnacle of the development of Chinese blue and white porcelain. ref>

2010 bot H3llBot During the Cultural Revolution, Jingdezhen produced a large number of porcelain Mao badges (Chairman Mao badge) and statues of a seated Mao Zedong. File:Jingdezhen soft paste porcelain flower holder Famille Rose 1736 1796 Qianlong period.jpg Jingdezhen soft paste porcelain flower holder, "Famille Rose", 1736–1796, Qianlong period. File:Jingdezhen blue and white plate Yuan period mid 14th


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name "Finlay 158" A large portion of these blue-and-white wares was then shipped to Southwest-Asian markets through the Muslim traders based in Guangzhou. Chinese blue and white porcelain was ''once-fired'': after the porcelain body was dried, decorated with refined cobalt-blue pigment mixed with water and applied using a brush, coated with a clear glaze and fired at high temperature. From the 16th century, local sources of cobalt blue started to be developed, although Persian cobalt remained the most expensive. Production of blue and white wares has continued at Jingdezhen to this day. Blue and white porcelain made at Jingdezhen probably reached the height of its technical excellence during the reign of the Kangxi emperor of the Qing Dynasty (reigned 1661 to 1722). Wikipedia:Jingdezhen


small opening

stem, and small opening with a large flat rim extending from it, a simple bowl with a thin brown trim around the outside rim, and a container in the shape of a granary, with several viable support posts, a tiled roof, and a staircase leading to a door, all built into the piece. thumb right ''Left item'': A Northern Song qingbai-ware vase with a transparent blue-toned ceramic glaze, from Jingdezhen, 11th century; ''Center item'': A Northern or Southern Song qingbai-ware bowl with incised lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) decorations, a metal rim, and a transparent blue-toned glaze, from Jingdezhen, 12th or 13th century; ''Right item'': A Southern Song miniature model (scale model) of a granary with removable top lid and doorway, qingbai porcelain with transparent blue-toned glaze, Jingdezhen, 13th century. The annual output of minted copper currency in 1085 alone reached roughly six billion coins. Wikipedia:Jingdezhen


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lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) decorations, a metal rim, and a transparent blue-toned glaze, from Jingdezhen, 12th or 13th century; ''Right item'': A Southern Song miniature model (scale model) of a granary with removable top lid and doorway, qingbai porcelain with transparent blue-toned glaze, Jingdezhen, 13th century. The annual output of minted copper currency in 1085 alone reached roughly six billion coins.


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; style "float:left; text-align:right; font-size:80%; margin:1em;" - colspan "5" style "background:tan; text-align:center;" '''Agricultural Economic Data of Jingdezhen (2007)''' - style "text-align:center; background:#dedebb;" colspan "2" '''Economic Item''' '''Unit''' colspan "2" '''Data''' - style "background:#efefcc;" style "text-align:left;" ''Name of Items'' align "left" ''Statistics range

'' - style "background:lightskyblue; text-align:left;" '''Agricultural GDP''' city RMB(yuan) 3.8 billion - style "background:yellow; text-align:left;" '''Sown area of grain ''' city Mu (Mu (unit of area)) 13.22 billion - style "background:orange; text-align:left;" '''Grain output''' city ton 515,000 - style "background:lightskyblue; text-align:left;" '''Meat production''' city ton 47,000 - style "

Jingdezhen

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'''Jingdezhen''', (or the '''Town of Jingde'''), is a prefecture-level city, previously a town (Town of China), in northeastern Jiangxi province, People's Republic of China, with a total population of 1,554,000 (2007), bordering Anhui to the north. It is known as the "Porcelain Capital" because it has been producing quality pottery for 1700 years. The city has a well-documented history that stretches back over 2000 years.

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