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Rouge Red Line Paints Plum Bottles with Landscape Patterns
Plum vase is a traditional famous porcelain. Plum vase is a small mouth, short neck, ample shoulder, thin bottom, and full circle. It is named after the small mouth only for plum branches. Because of its slender body, it was called "Jingping" in Song Dynasty and used as a wine container. It was graceful and handsome in appearance and was called Meiping after Ming Dynasty.
Meiping, also known as Jingping, first appeared in the Tang Dynasty. It was popular in Song and Liao Dynasties and many new varieties appeared. In modern times, Xu Zhiheng described in detail the shape, characteristics and origin of the name of the plum bottle in his book "Yin Liu Zhai Shuo Ci": "The mouth of the plum bottle is thin and the neck is short, the shoulder is extremely wide and broad, and the shin is slightly narrow, which is equal to the foot, and the caliber is only commensurate with the thin bone of the plum, hence the name of the plum bottle." With regard to the use of plum bottles, there are verses on the belly of the white and black plum bottles in Cizhou Kiln "Qing Gu Jiu" and "Zui Xiang Jiu Hai". Plum bottle is not only a wine vessel, but also an ornamental product that makes people fondle admiringly. Therefore, most of these vessels are exquisitely made, not only considering the wine storage capacity, but also paying attention to the graceful shape.
This red rouge line painted plum bottle with landscape patterns is 26 cm high, 5 cm in diameter and 9 cm in bottom diameter. Elegant and elegant, the bottle body is painted with rouge and red glaze lines, the enamel is moist, the carcass is white and delicate, the bottle body is beautiful in appearance, the lines are soft and the proportion is harmonious, the whole shape is especially suitable for the viewer to hold and appreciate, the outer wall is painted with rouge and red mountain water lines, the distance, depth and shade of the scenery in the painting are changed, the strokes are fine, and the stereoscopic impression is bright for the eyes. Fresh and elegant, never tired of seeing, should be painted by famous palace paintings; The book has a "Qing Daoguang Year System". In the notes of the south kiln in the middle of Qing dynasty, it is recorded that "today's foreign colors are carmine and Qiang shui hong, which are all made of red gold and crystal, and are very expensive." Therefore, this collection is a rare treasure and has high ornamental value and collection investment value.