Antique collection is not only a cultural phenomenon, but also an economic phenomenon. In recent years, more and more people have joined the collection team. Many market participants have predicted that 2016 will be a year when new capital drives the market. When the traditional art industry is transforming, new capital is flowing in a dark stream. In the west, art has long been used as an asset allocation to offset losses in other industries, and there is also such demand and tendency in China. Under the general situation of economic downturn, many domestic enterprises are also exploring the art market, seeking stable development and appreciation space for capital. With the expansion of the art market, the effective combination of various links in the market, and even the cross-industry cooperative cooperation, gathering industry forces to realize complementary advantages, has become the focus of increasing attention by the industry.
China's ceramic art is an important symbol of human civilization. The Northern Song Dynasty was a period of highly developed science and technology in ancient China, and also a period of flourishing traditional porcelain making technology. At that time, the porcelain industry enjoyed unprecedented prosperity, with numerous famous kilns in the south and north of the Yangtze River. The ancient ceramic sites discovered today are distributed in 170 counties in the country, of which 130 counties are kiln sites in the Northern Song Dynasty, accounting for 75% of the total. The kilns at that time had their own characteristics. Ding and Jingde kilns were delicate and pretty, Ru and Yaozhou kilns were vigorous and vigorous, official kilns and Ge kilns were elegant, Jun kilns were gorgeous, kilns were simple to build, Cizhou kilns and Jizhou kilns had folk elegant demeanour and were all fine works of art in our country. Among them, Ru Kiln, Guan Kiln, Ge Kiln, Jun Kiln and Ding Kiln are the "five famous kilns" of the Song Dynasty, and the porcelain handed down to this day is of great value.
The texture, glaze color, style and output of Song Dynasty porcelain far exceeded the previous generation. Jun kiln, Ru kiln, Ge kiln, Guan kiln and Ding kiln were praised as the five famous kilns of that time. Official kilns are kilns set up by the central government to make imperial porcelain, many of which are antique furnishings. This bottle is modeled after the ancient bronze casting pot. It has a straight mouth and a wide abdomen, is dignified and elegant, and has a thin body and light enamel. The enamel is thick and smooth as jade. The piece is like a "crab claw pattern". The rim and corner of the mouth are exposed to the color of the tire due to the thin glaze. The cylindrical penetration ears on the side of the bottle correspond to the rectangular holes on both sides of the foot and can be tied with a rope. Official kilns in the Southern Song Dynasty represented the highest level of celadon at that time.
In the past two years, the auction price of Song Dynasty porcelain has repeatedly exceeded 10 million yuan, gradually showing a rising trend, which has also attracted more and more attention. Although the market is changing, Song Dynasty porcelain is still the main focus of this year's spring auction of porcelain from the Mainland and Hong Kong. With the overall market trend back this year, stable transactions have been maintained, indicating that many investors and collectors have still not given up their collection of rare and exquisite Song Dynasty porcelain. The above collection is a very worthwhile choice for the public to collect and invest in.