What is Chinese porcelain called?
True porcelain ware was developed in the 11th century at the imperial kilns of Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, China. These early porcelains of the Song and Yuan dynasties are known as Qingbai or Yingqing ware, defined by a light blue-grey glaze. Later forms of Chinese porcelain include blue and white underglaze ware, Celadon ware, Jun ware, Famille Verte ware, Wucai (Five Color) ware, and Dehua ware, also known as Blanc de Chine.
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