高40.8公分 直径22公分 上口10.8公分 下口10.8公分
Ruby red glaze, also known as "bright red glaze", "red glaze", "red glaze for sacrifice", "red glaze for accumulation" and "red glaze for intoxication". It is a famous copper red glaze made in Xuande of Ming Dynasty. The glaze is dark, glossy, not very transparent, does not flow glaze, does not blurt, does not slice. The uniform copper-red glaze porcelain was successfully fired in Jingdezhen in the Yuan Dynasty. At this time, the red-blue or red-purple color of Jun kiln ware was no longer seen on the red-glaze porcelain, but a pure vermilion red was replaced by it. In 1974, two red-glazed pottery figurines were unearthed from Ling's tomb in the suburb of Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province. They wore wide-sleeved gowns, official hats and arched hands. Their clothes and feet were red except for the blue and white glaze on the eyelids, hands and panels. Although the red on the figurines is somewhat uneven in red and brown, and the red is not bright and beautiful enough, it is the first pure red glaze in the history of China's porcelain making. From the epitaph, it can be seen that the firing age of the terracotta warriors should be no later than the Yuan Dynasty to the fourth year of the Yuan Dynasty (1338), which marks the further maturity of the porcelain-making technology of Jingdezhen in the Yuan Dynasty. From then on, red glaze porcelain can form its own system. Like blue glaze, blue glaze and other color glazes, red glaze porcelain has become a wonderful flower in China's color glaze. Inside glaze red, one of the decorative techniques of porcelain under glaze color, was created and burned in Jingdezhen of Yuan Dynasty. It is to paint the color material containing copper element as the chromogenic agent on the surface of the ceramic body according to the pattern needed, then cover it with a colorless transparent glaze, and then sinter it into the kiln in a high temperature reduction flame atmosphere of about 1300 degrees Celsius. During the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty, most of the glazed red porcelains were large plates, large bowls, large pots, jade pots, spring bottles, plum bottles, holding pots and other large objects. The decorations were mainly twisted branches, broken branches and twisted flowers. In addition, there were pines, bamboo plums, garden bananas and dragons and phoenixes. At this time, the glaze red hair color is not very bright, mostly grayish black tone in red. The color of this pot is more bright and pure, and it is a rare treasure.