During the Ming Dynasty, capitalism began to sprout and social economy developed. Due to the pursuit of fine porcelain by the court and the upper society and the abolition of the ban on the sea, the output of porcelain increased dramatically, with a large number of varieties and a large number. In addition, there were export porcelain for foreign trade. The shape of utensils also began to change, forming their own style, which has always influenced the appearance of blue and white porcelain in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty. Double bottle, one of the bottle types.
Popular in Ming and Qing Dynasties, it is named after the combination of two bottles. Usually two bottles are closely adhered together or connected from the mouth to the bottom. In the early Ming Dynasty, most of the works imitated bronze and jade, including Longquan kiln and Geyao. In Qing Dynasty, Jingdezhen porcelains of Yong and Qian were mostly used, including blue and white, pink, enamel and monochromatic glaze. This collection is a rare collection with great collection value and investment value.
The thick carcass, thin glaze and strong luster are its unique characteristics of the times. Secondly, in the decorative art, we pay more attention to the printing and carving technology to beautify the ceramics. The elaborate decoration of Longquan wares in the Ming Dynasty is quite different from the aesthetic concept of song Longquan that emphasizes the integration of the beauty of shape and glaze color, which reflects the fundamental change of people's traditional aesthetic taste from one side, and it is precisely based on this subtle change that makes minglongquan celadon have a foothold and be selected by the court.
This bottle is a Ming Dynasty sauce glaze dragon phoenix pattern conjoined bottle; the shape is elegant and beautiful. The front and back sides of the conjoined bottle are pasted with dragon patterns. It's only wonderful and beautiful. It's lively and vivid. It gives people a more intuitive vision and highlights the effect. At the same time, it also shows the craftsmanship of Ming Dynasty. This also reflects the appreciation style and love of the antique from the side of the cultural society or the palace aristocracy at that time. Therefore, this conjoined bottle has extremely high collection and investment value! If you need to collect and purchase, please call 18697107626 for consultation