Ruyao, one of the famous traditional Chinese porcelain making techniques, was the main representative of porcelain in the Northern Song Dynasty. It was one of the five famous kilns. It got its name because it was produced in Ruzhou. Ruyao ranked the first among the five famous kilns in the Song Dynasty, namely "Ru, Guan, Ge, Jun, Ding". In the history of Chinese ceramics, it is known as "the chief kiln". Ru porcelain culture is an important part of Song Dynasty culture. It is a landmark in the history of China's celadon development because of its exquisite craft, beautiful shape, moist glaze, elegant and pure charm. Ru porcelain has a simple and generous shape, with precious agate as glaze and unique color. It has the praise of "agate as glaze, ancient legend". With the change of light, the glaze color is like "after the rain, when the clouds are broken", "thousands of peaks come with green waves". The soil is fine and moist. The body is as thick as Dong's glaze, and the sound is as loud as Qing's, bright but not dazzling. It has the characteristics of "pear skin, crab claw, and sesame flower". It is called "jade like, not jade, but superior jade". Since the song, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, the palace Ru porcelain utensils, which are stored in the inner storehouse, are regarded as treasures and are more expensive than the Zhou Ding of Shang Yi. It's called "if you have a great fortune, it's better to have one piece of Ru porcelain".
高：22cm； 底径：6.8cm； 口径3.9cm
Among the exhibits of Ru porcelain Museum in Ruzhou City, there is a piece of porcelain piece with the original carving of "Fenghua", and there are also artifacts with the original carving of "Fenghua" in the folk collection. These Ru porcelains, which were originally carved with Chinese style, confirmed that they were made in fenghuatang in the period of Emperor Huizong of Song Dynasty. Because the cultural relics archaeologists in China have verified that the Qingliangsi Ru kiln and Zhanggongxiang kiln were the kilns for the imperial use of porcelain in the period of Huizong in the Northern Song Dynasty, the original porcelain made by the Qingliangsi Ru kiln and Zhanggongxiang kiln in the period of Huizong in the Song Dynasty was the special articles for the worship of Huatang. The Ru porcelain of Fenghua is a special article for Fenghua Hall of Huizong period in the Northern Song Dynasty.
This Gold Vase, which imitates the song Ruyao sky blue glaze and is engraved with Chinese characters, has distinct levels, clear fonts, excellent appearance and good preservation. It is a rare collection, with high historical value and collection value, and is worth collecting!