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Name of Collection: Bamboo Bile Bottle of Furnace Jun Kiln
Collection specifications: 18cm； high; Bottom diameter 4.5cm
Collection Category: Porcelain
Lu Jun porcelain was a low-temperature glazed porcelain made in Jingdezhen during the reign of Emperor Ganlong of Qing Dynasty. During the making process, the porcelain was first fired at high temperature to form a plain body, then different colored glaze was applied to the porcelain body, and the porcelain body was baked by a low-temperature fire. The glaze is called "furnace Jun porcelain" because of its imitation of Jun kilns. Lu Jun porcelain is rich in color and luster. Red, blue, green, white and other colors are integrated. There are also tiny grains on the glaze. The main feature is that flowing blue glaze forms the natural lines of mountain peaks and water ripples, which are densely covered with stars of red and blue spots, making people feel the natural beauty of myriad changes. During the Ganlong years, the Jun glaze of the furnace was red and blue, with large glaze flow and blue color. The Jun glaze of the Ganlong period, with small flow and blue dots, is a rare treasure.
The furnace Jun glaze was originally an imitation of Jun glaze, but there was no strong opening and closing of Jun glaze color. It was just like Koizumi Liuxi, delicate and touching! Lujun is rich in color, almost all colors are available, such as white moon, green onion, red jun, red vermilion, etc. Due to the use of fritted glaze, it has strong luster, beautiful and gorgeous appearance. During Yongzheng's reign, the furnace was characterized by rapid glaze flow, purplish red at the flow place, orange peel lines like flakes on the glaze surface, and five colors of reflection. When dry, the kiln changes flow as fluently as Yongzheng's, and the color of kiln changes in glaze is blue. The flow was even more sluggish in Jiaqing, Selan. After Daoguang, it is no longer a natural kiln change, but circles slightly larger than small rice grains painted with purple. Glaze contains powder, so its thickness is opaque. The glaze surface is all provided with tiny striations, and the crystals are of various colors with different shades, including red, blue, purple, green, white and other colors (like the reflective luster on the surface of a lead device) and fuse into a whole. On the glaze surface of the utensil, vertical stripes of different lengths are formed, some are curved, some are vertical, and some are like Shan Lan clouds mixed with spots, which are all over the utensil body. Like colorful peacock tail feathers, it is neat and beautiful. The red in the glaze is not too bright. The red is purple, just like the ear color of newly mature sorghum. Blue glaze is like water wave, and the furnace average glaze during Yongzheng period basically maintained this feature. The low temperature colored glaze made by imitating Jun Kiln purple erythema. There are two kinds of "plain furnace uniform glaze" and "muddy furnace uniform glaze". The glaze surface of the biscuit is blue-green pitted. Emerald (powdered pigment colored with copper oxide) is sprayed on the top and bottom of the biscuit, while Guangcui (powdered pigment colored with cobalt oxide) is sprayed on the surface. The glaze surface of muddy furnace is red and green pitted (red glaze is colored with colloidal gold). Firing at 800℃. Jingdezhen's products were the best in Qing Yongzheng and Ganlong periods.
Lu Jun glaze porcelain was produced in Qing Yongzheng and later dynasties, and its glaze color was especially obvious in various periods. Common shapes are divided into two categories, one is bottles and cylinders. The second is literature and play. The bottom of large bottles and jars are glazed, and the kiln ware is engraved with four-character seal script. The bottom of small articles is mostly unglazed, with white porcelain bodies exposed and little knowledge. In addition to the modeling needs to grasp the characteristics of the times, the glaze color of Jun glaze varies from generation to generation. Most of the Jun glaze bottles and veneration vessels handed down from ancient times are blue and blue, while red dots are rare. There are two types of Jun glaze: plain furnace and muddy furnace. Emerald (powdered pigment colored with copper oxide) is sprayed on the top and bottom of the biscuit, and Guangcui (powdered pigment colored with cobalt oxide) is sprayed on the surface. The Jun glaze surface of the mixed furnace is red and green pitted (red glaze is colored with colloidal gold). Due to the difficulty of the craft and the small quantity handed down from ancient times, the artistic value is high and there is much room for appreciation.