Dating blue ridge pottery


26-Jan-2021 00:32

For the first time in centuries the new blue and white appealed to the taste of the Mongol rulers of China.

In the early 20th century, the development of the classic blue and white Jingdezhen ware porcelain was dated to the early Ming period, but consensus now agrees that these wares began to be made around 1300-1320, and were fully developed by the mid-century, as shown by the David Vases dated 1351, which are cornerstones for this chronology.Gradually the Chinese kilns recovered, and by about 1740 the first period of Japanese export porcelain had all but ceased.



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