Dehua

Some articles on dehua:

He Chaozong Revival
... Notable was the Dehua ceramicist Su Xuejin (1869-1919) ... thinly potted Guanyin statue displays the typical Dehua gourd seal above the He Chaozong square seal, an indication of an even later period of production ... none of the mannerism of robes characteristic of many late Ming and early Ching period Dehua statuary ...
Chinaware - Types of Chinese Porcelain Wares - Blanc De Chine
... Chine is a type of white porcelain made at Dehua in the Fujian province ... and "milk white." The special characteristic of Dehua porcelain is the very small amount of iron oxide in it, allowing it to be fired in an oxidising ... (Wood, 2007) The numerous Dehua porcelain factories today make figures and tableware in modern styles ...
Shiwan Ware
... history by the late Ming period 16th century when ceramic artisans from perhaps Dehua and Jingdezhen relocated to the Shiwan area and expanded local production into a vigorous ... provide a contrast with more conservatively rendered Dehua efforts ... The range could extend from a porcelain, that could rival Dehua in purity, to a rough stoneware ...
He Chaozong
... mainly Buddhist white porcelain statuary in the tradition of the Dehua kilns in Fujian Province, known in the west as Blanc-de-Chine ... identified by his seal are in an entirely different category than the usual Dehua statuary of the period and those later ... He Chaozong and the few other artists of the Dehua kilns were nearly unique in Chinese ceramic history which was characterized by anonymous and industrial scale production ...
Blanc De Chine - In Japan
... Dehua white porcelain was traditionally known in Japan as hakugorai or “Korean White Ware.” Although Korai was a term for an ancient Korean kingdom, the term also functioned as a ubiquitous term for ... knew of the existence of the Fujian province kilns and their porcelain, now known as Dehua or Blanc de Chine ware ... The Dehua kilns are located in Fujian province opposite the island of Taiwan ...