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The series documentary: The concerto of soil, water and fire

Updated: Sep 10, 2022

The series documentary: 'The concerto of soil, water and fire' - Jingdezhen Blue & White crafting presented by T Life

There are 6 episode of the this documentary:

  1. Where is the clay from

  2. How many steps before painting

  3. Clay trimming - a handsome job

  4. Slow & Fast

  5. The lingering of water and fire

  6. Traditional kiln unique ware


 

There are so many official documentary introducing Jingdezhen. however, it is still difficult to know how the porcelain craftsperson live there. These series of six videos focus on the individuals, including senior masters, artisans as well as young generations. According to their daily life demonstrates how artistic porcelain were made from clay to artworks.

Jingdezhen has a history of making porcelain for 2000 years. From Han (206 B.C.-A.D.220) to Tang Dynasty (618-907A.D.), Jingdezhen had been engaged in ceramic production. Often, emperors from different Dynasties ordered to make porcelain there. In Song Dynasty (960-1279A.D.), Jingdezhen became the outstanding representative nationwide. From Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368A.D.) to Ming (1368-1644A.D.) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), emperors sent their officials to Jingdezhen and built the royal kiln there.


1 Where is the clay from

 

2 How many steps before painting

 

3 Clay trimming - a handsome job

 

4 Slow & Fast

 

5 The lingering of water and fire

 

6 Traditional kiln unique ware

 

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