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The ash glaze used for ceramic is made from plant ashes.  Under an isolated condition without oxygen of the kiln, the glaze turns into beautiful blue glaze after high temperature firing process.

It is believed that the making of ash glaze was started during Yin dynasty around 14th century B.C.  The glaze making technique was widely spread in Northern Song dynasty and even to other Asian regions in later period, making the history of Asian ceramic development.

The potters in each region develop their unique ceramic technique, after going through many times of trials to find out the characteristic of every type of clay.  Every time when we look at these Asian ceramics, it comes to our mind immediately the serious face of the potters who take challenges to enhance their technique.

Porcelain
China


Porcelain was widely produced in Jingdezhan during the Northern Song dynasty of 10th-20th century A.D. Porcelain called ‘Ying qing’ is produced with the high quality clay and special translucent pale-blue glaze in Jingdezhan. Nowadays, the craftsmen in Jingdezhan still produce porcelain with the traditional shape inherited from 1000 years ago.


Celadon
China


Since the Southern Song Dynasty, the celadon had been widely produced in Longquan kilns areas. There are two kinds of celadon in Longquan: the first one is called 'di yao', which features a beautiful colour of blue, and the other is called 'ge yao' that features the unique crackle glaze.

Bat Trang Ceramic
Vietnam


Bat Trang Village is located in the countryside near Song Hong River (Red River) of Central Hanoi. Strong and well-coloured ceramics are made with the high-quality clay from the river. Bat Trang ceramics, also known as 'Annam ceramics' in the ancient times, can be divided into two types: one with the hand-painted motif of tradition chrysanthemum or tombow, the other type has no painting that shows the natural beauty of Bat Trang ceramic.


Chinese Tableware
China


These strong Chinese tableware ranges from plates to bowl in different sizes, are tailored for Chinese cuisine. Simple design and durability of tableware are welcomed by most Chinese restaurants and families.


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