|[尺寸]||"口径：5cm 足径：6cm 高：23.2cm 总重量：共约940g"|
The olive bottle is a style of porcelain bottle. Rinse mouth, short neck, shoulder and neck adduction, abdominal micro-drum, foot outer sputum, mouth and bottom are similar in size, the bottle is like olive, there is a body and a melon edge. It was the most popular form in the Qing Dynasty. It was founded in the Shunzhi Dynasty, and is most common in Yongzheng and Qianlong. Name. In the Song Dynasty, Henan Dengfeng kiln was created, the shape changed slightly, the neck was slightly longer, and the shape was beautiful.
“Hundreds of flowers are not exposed” is the product of the Qing Dynasty when the social culture reached its peak. In the Qing Dynasty, the Jingdezhen Royal Kiln Factory brought together some of the most famous contemporary craftsmen, making the porcelain of this period, both in quantity and quality. They all reached an unattainable height, and it was produced during this period. These dense patterns that appeared on the blue-and-white porcelain and the pottery porcelain of Yongzheng are called “Hundred Flowers” and are also called “Wanhua Xianruitu” but its decorative form began in the Qianlong period. Color is for it. The blooming flowers are auspicious and prosperous.
The flower is also called the Wanhuajin, which began in the Qianlong period. It was celebrated in the Jiaqing period. The famous antique collector Zhao Zhaozhen wrote the "Antique Guide": "Jiaqing... There are not many good products, but Wanhua porcelain is famous for its flowers. In the end, it is a good ear. "Wanqingjin" of Jiaqing Dynasty is worthy of praise compared to the Qianlong Dynasty. It is in addition to inheriting the fine rules of the former dynasty, paying attention to overcoming the hustle and bustle, tending to be sloppy and simple, without losing the grandeur and grace. It reveals a bit of elegance and elegance.
In the article, the diameter of the olive bottle is 5cm, the foot diameter is 6cm, the height is 23.2cm, and the total weight is about 940g. The whole olive bottle is fine and bright, and the shape is beautiful. It shows the Yongzheng imperial kiln. The pursuit of harsh lines, that is, in the shape of a living science, the design of the body is one inch and one inch of the line, in shaping, to achieve impeccable smoothness and elegance. The perfection of its lines, naturally and without any trace, causes the blush glaze to have a radiant momentum, plus the body of the show is full, full of an upward stretch.