Jiangxi province in the
South of China, North of Guangdong and West of Fujian provinces.
From this province, very well known kilns were founded as Jizhou and
Jingdezhen, the latter to become the center of Chinese porcelain
production in the Ming Dynasty.
Qingbai ware also known
as Jinqing ,"bluish white" porcelains mostly from the
Southern province of Jiangxi. Thinly potted, the glazes are translucent
with a pale bluish tinge. Qingbai ware were made from the Song
Dynasty through the fourteenth century.
Shangjing or Shenyang
located in the province of Liaoning (Manchuria), North of Beijing in the
province of Hebei.
wares, stonewares from kilns found in Shaanxi province from late Tang into
the Song dynasty. Among its most famous pieces are the well known
fine celadon wares gracefully impressed or molded with floral designs
beneath their translucent olive colored glazes.