Red glaze and gold outlining creates dimensions and defines precision in craftsmanship with the perfect balance of gold and red glazing. Traditional artworks are transformed into masterworks through the infusion of eastern colored and mystical colors products are precisely handcrafted, with the welding of red glazing and gold outlining proving to be the greater challenge. This is a repetitive process with a great chance of failure, therefore all products are highly valued.
Colored with gold drawing illustrates a detailed personnel and sculptural beauty. It demonstrates the difficulty of handling gold pigment and proportion of coloring and outlining. The color rendering techniques was originated from trading with the Middle-East in Ming or Chin dynasty and influenced by Chinese peony painting in Tang dynasty. Furthermore, it combines Persian’s outlining technique as well to become what now the Chinese coloring and outlining methods. To extract from the simplicity of historical objects, the Colored with gold drawing technique blends art into our lives and revives the creativity.
The earlier kiln was concentrated on black and red glazes and outlining on the pots. Temperature between 1240 to 1280 Celsius is the best and highly to succeed for pottery. The modern development now has added possible metallic element, for example, iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), cobalt (Co) and copper (Cu). These added metals can give pottery colouring a broader range of pallet. These elements also have great effects on the appearance (after kilning process); ratios on putting in these metallic powders and colour pigments would bring much difference on the final presentation. In order to get perfect enamel or smear, one needs to accumulated years of experiences in making.
Black and Red glazes are the earlier focus when Jing-Ci first established. The colour black represents the superior lavish elegance. On the other hand, the colour red stands for not only extraordinary visual connection between the products and the viewers but also joy and happiness. Merging from human and nature is what oriental culture mainly derives from and is inspired. Jing-Ci combines the old tradition with modern boutique details to create a new page for itself.
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