Bone porcelain-aristocratic experience

    Incidentally, I saw an article about the bone china on the Internet, instantly attracted by her name.Curiosity and thirst for knowledge drove me to look for more information about her.The more I approached bone china,the more her aristocratic temperament fascinated me.

    Since the Enlightenment era of the 18th century, bone porcelain has frequently appeared in the life of European royal family and attracted much attention.Bone Porcelain has been used nearly 250 years by the royal family. And Queen Catharine of Russia also liked bone Porcelain very much. In royal feast, bone porcelain tableware always appeared proudly in the column.

    Bone china is called the gray porcelain in the beginning, people think that the "gray" word is not "elegant", then renamed it bone china, shortly called bone china.The two basic characteristics of bone china are the essential basis to distinguish bone china from other porcelain.Feature one: bone carbon content accounts for more than 36% (national standard); feature two: after the second burning (prime burning, glaze burning).

    The texture of bone porcelain is light, fine and hard (twice as hard as the daily porcelain). She is hard to wear or rupture with a moderate translucent and insulation. Her color is natural milk white owned by  natural bone powder uniquely .If the composition of bone powder is more than 40%, then the color is purely milky white and this kind of bone porcelain is high-grade bone china.The finest bone china contains 50% or higher high-quality beef bones, and the color is milky white.

    A collector of bone china once said that one should communicate with bone china by using tactile, visual and auditory sensation.Knowing the bone porcelain firstly, only from the visual sensation and text to be familiar with her, I have indulged in her fine material lines, fascinated by her charm which is full of stories, and I can not help but imagine the future life with their company.