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May

11

porcelain 4pcs kids set

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Composition of porcelain 4pcs kids set :
Egg cup:5*6.7*4.7
Bowl:12.5*6.4*6
plate:19*12
Mug:9*10*5.5

Packing: COLOR BOX
Unit Price/Payment: FOB SHENZHEN
Origin: made in china
Min. Order: 2000 SETS
Transportation: BY SEA
Usage: Daily Use
Material: Porcelain
Export Markets: North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe

May

11

Porcelain Kids Item

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 Porcelain Kids Item

PORCELAIN KIDS ITEM
COMPOSITION:
Mug: 1PCS
Bowl: 1PCS
Saucer: 1PCS
Egg cup: 1PCS

Packing: color box with window
Model NO.: kids items -3
Unit Price/Payment: FOB SHENZHEN
Origin: MADE IN CHINA
Min. Order: 2000sets
Transportation: ocean shipping
Disposable: No
Pieces: 4pcs
Material: Ceramic & Porcelain
Export Markets: North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, Oceania, Mid East, Eastern Asia, Western Europe

Aug

30

The ‘Rose Medallion’ family of patterns

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Between the years 1840 and 1880 the Mandarin style pattern suddenly changed. By the addition of a dense flower tendril and gilt border it developed into a more or less firm style we now recognize as the Rose Medallion family. This family included endless variations around certain main themes as ‘Rose Medallion’, ‘Rose Mandarin’, ‘Rose Canton’, ‘Cabbage’ and the ‘Bird and Butterfly’ patterns. All made exclusively for export. Around 1860-80 variations of these decoration also appeared against a celadon ground. By the end of the 19th century the popularity dwindled to gain popularity again in the early 20th century, now with a brighter palette. The most typical pattern is based on four alternating panels around a central gold circle, separated by gold and green enameled scrollwork vines, and flying “Fu” bats, a symbol for good luck and happiness. Almost infinite variations are found within this theme of gold, green wines and good luck symbols. Often a group of mandarins and ladies occur which almost certain are fetched from the Qing dynasty period story, the Dream of Red Mansions. The higher qualities are signified by more exquisite details inside the medallions and softer and more balanced colored enamels.

Aug

29

Diane Pecnik,artist’s statement

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Diane Pecnik was born in Two Rivers, Wisconsin in 1946. She is part of a fifth generation of french fishermen descended from Charles and Olive LECLAIR. She currently lives and works in Maurice, Louisiana, where she creates clay sculpture in her garden-studio. The studio was built in 1999, but she has been building clay since 1992.

I work with clay in many ways using a variety of techniques and firing types. My pieces generally begin on the wheel as a whole or in parts. Though I have no particular favorite, I do find the immediacy of the raku process, and it’s hauntingly moody surfaces greatly alluring.
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Aug

26

Chinese Ceramic Keywords

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chinese ceramic/fine porcelain china/antique chinese porcelain
chinese electric hot pot/chinese ceramic pottery
chinese ceramic vase/chinese ceramics/chinese ceramic teapot
chinese ceramic art/chinese ceramic pot/chinese ceramic vases
antique chinese ceramic/chinese ceramic figurines
chinese ceramic bowls/chinese ceramic bowl
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Aug

26

Half Price Sale Day,Marina’s Arena Collectables 24th August 2007

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Great news for all you pottery and porcelain collectors out there.
If you buy from my website on Friday 24th August 2007 everything you buy will be cut to half price at the checkout (excludes silver bullion coins and solid gold Jewellery)
I have a wide variety of pottery and porcelain antiques and collectables available so have a good browse around.
I also have some fantastic cheap jewellery for sale in the beaded and boho jewellery category of my site which also is included in the sale. Read more »

Aug

24

Today’s featured picture

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Today’s featured pictureThe front facade of the Royal College of Music in Kensington, London. This prestigious music school was founded in 1882 as a successor to the National Training School for Music by the then-Prince of Wales (later Edward VII). The college building was designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield.

Photo credit: Piggle

Aug

23

My Beautiful Hometown JingDeZhen

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My home town lies low in JingDeZhen,it isnot only  the porcelain city of  China, but also is the ceramic city of  the world.

Let us go into the ceramic city,JingDeZhen.

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Aug

22

My imagery

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Ceramic Arts London - Ian Gregory - \“Amay” & “Lotus”…

My imagery is gleaned from experiences, from observing situations, other cultural backgrounds, photographs, along with music and literature, visual and graphic imagery both past and present.