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A Comparative Study of Qingliangsi Ru-ware and Celadon of Zhanggongxiang Yao
Ru ware is one of the five famous wares in the Song Dynasty, whose artistic value lies in its elegant shapes, slight sky blue glazes and high quality. In 1987, the site of Ru kiln was found in Qingliangsi Village, Baofeng County, Henan Province. And the central porcelain making workshop area was also found in 2000. According to the report of the Henan Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, these new types of Ru products were different to collections in museums, such as shapes, glazes and decoration. Besides, in 2000, a new kiln was found in Zhanggongxiang, Ru Zhou City, Henan Province. The excavation of Zhanggongxiang Yao reveals that the major manufacturing date of the kiln is from late Northern Song through the Jin dynasty. These high-quilty samples of Zhanggongxiang Yao are similar to Ru ware, such as shapes and firing techniques. For this reason, the comparative study of Qingliangsi Ru ware and Zhanggongxiang Yao is important. The main topic of this study is the comparison between Qingliangsi Ru ware and celadon of Zhanggongxiang Yao. By building the database of the Qingliangsi Ru ware, celadon of Zhanggongxiang Yao and collections in museums, to find the similarity and difference among them, such as the color of the clay, glaze, decoration, shape, firing techniques and so on. In addition, the researcher used the Handheld Digital Microscope (Dino-Lite) to take the microstructure of samples from the Chang Foundation, in order to observe the details. Hopefully, it would be very helpful to understand more about the Ru ware of Song Dynasty through the analysis of the database.
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