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The Imperial kiln wares reflect the taste of famous emperors

2014-10-27 11:17:51

( By Yu Xiaoou


A coral-ground and cloisonne enamel ‘flower’ bowl from the Kangxi period [Photo/]

Enamel porcelains were extremely valuable during the three periods, first created during Kangxi’s time. Since the manufacturing process and materials of enamel porcelain were incomparable, the Qing government had a monopoly on this kind of porcelain. The enamel bowl above, characterized by an excessively thin body under the glaze, sold for 4,370,000 RMB at the China Guardian 2011 Autumn Auctions.

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