Q: What makes our company and products so different from others?
A: We, based in Jingdezhen China - the original birthplace
of porcelain, and we are able to offer and guarantee the best
products directly to all our customers at reasonable prices.
Q: What's about Yuan Dynasty porcelain?
A: During the Yuan Dynasty(1279-1368), the porcelain industry
continued its rapid development. Blue and white porcelain
of the Tang and Song dynasties, continued to be used with
further development. The blue and white porcelain was painted
with a strong blue under the transparent glaze. This resulted
in the colour being protected by the layer of hard glaze,
enabling it to be lasting and well preserved. Jingdezhen Kilns
made technical breakthroughs in the material combination and
the firing temperature which enabled them to produce of large
porcelain wares. During the Yuan Dynasty, under glaze-blue
and the under glaze-red was used for decoration. Before the
Yuan Dynasty there was very little colour choice. Great advances
were made in the production of coloured glaze during this
Q: What's about Ming Dynasty porcelain?
A: In the Ming Dynasty(1368-1644), the dragon and the phoenix
were the most popular decorative motifs on porcelain and ceramic
wares. Other animals, plant forms, and human figures in garden
and interior setting were often used as decors for blue and
white wares. The fashionable wucai (five colors) wares of
Jia Jing (1522-1566) and Wan Li (1573-1620) periods are usually
fully covered with colourful patterns. The colours used include
red, yellow, light and dark green, brown, aubergine and underglaze
blue. During the Ming Dynasty a variety of porcelain wares
were decorated with motifs coming up on coloured ground instead.
They included wares with green glazed pattern on a yellow
ground, yellow glazed pattern on a blue ground, green glazed
pattern on a red ground and other colour combinations. Another
impressive type of coloured wares produced in the Ming Dynasty
was the 'tri- colour'. The major three colours are yellow,
green and aubergine.
Q: What's about Qing Dynasty porcelain?
A: During the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the Chinese porcelain
industry was once again under strong imperial control. The
period was one of relative peace and economic prosperity and
increasing ties and trade with Europe. Chinese porcelain wares
were traded in increasing numbers to Europe. This helped stimulate
the development of the procelain industry in the West. The
Qing Emporers were avid patrons of the arts, which flourished
in many forms during their reign. In 1677, the Kangxi emperor
(1662-1722) rebuilt the imperial kilns and factories at Jingdezhen.
The creation of a range of opaque overglaze enamel colours
was one of the most important contributions made to ceramic
technology during the Qing Dynasty. With the advent of opaque
colours, painters could blend tints together to create varied
gradations of shades and hues. Development of these enamels
began during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor and continued
into that of the Yongzheng Emperor (1737-1795). The colours
developed in the early years of the Qing Dynasty continue
to be used today in the decoration of porcelain wares.
Q: What's about artists work porcelain?
A: Art pieces which created by local or national famous porcelain
artists or art masters, these are hand made and painted, limited
Q: What's your guarantee and return policy?
A: Whether or not you are new to buying goods over the internet
from outside your own country you can be assured that we value
our customers highly and your purchase is covered by our 100%
no-guibble guarantee. We guarantee your total satisfaction
with every item you buy from us - if for any reasons you are
not happy with the items you purchased just simply return
it to us in original condition and packing within 7 days of
receipt and we will refund you or give you exchange (shipping
cost is not refundable). If your order gone missing or get
damaged during transportation please let us know at once so
that we can deal with the matter and send out replacements
at no extra cost to you.
Q: I am interested in a certain piece, but plan to purchase
later. Will you still have this piece in stock?
A: We cannot guarantee that the piece will be in stock. This
is because all of our pieces are hand crafted, so each and
everyone is unique. This is a benefit as it is guaranteed
that no one will have a piece just like yours. However, similar
pieces will be available.
Q: Do you do custom design?
A: Most products in our site can be customized to your own
specific requirement (expect artists work porcelain) and in
most cases with no extra costs. Please contact us if you want
to add your own design to any of our products.