Jiulong fu Zun Ming GUI Wu Jin glaze gan long Bai Lu Zun imperial porcelain
The height is about 60cm, the caliber is about 22.8cm, and the abdominal diameter is about 44cm
Collection material: Jingdezhen kaolin, Wujin glazed soil in Lijiaao, Jingdezhen
Kowloon Fuzun, based on the deer head of Qianlong handed down from ancient times, has a round belly and is steady and solid.
It is coated with black gold glaze. The dragon body has different postures and is spectacular. Furnishing the living room,
you can gather the spirit of heaven and earth. Deer and Lu are homophonic. Deer head is headed by Lu,
which gathers blessings and symbolizes good luck and beauty.
Black gold enamel is exquisite and pure, black as paint and bright as a mirror, black gold glaze, which began in the Ming Dynasty.
The glaze of Fu Zun in Kowloon is black and bright, shiny as a mirror, rich in glaze juice, moist and smooth, unique in magnificent boldness of vision,
and has reached the peak of appreciation. The total amount of pure gold is up to 50 grams!
The black gold glaze is calm, clean, bright and pure. Thousands of gold hand-painted porcelain are painted in Kowloon, and the dragon's ears are fully painted.
The river bank sea water pattern, Hui character pattern and Xiangyun lotus flower pattern are resplendent and magnificent.
Deep pure black meets bright gold, perfect fusion, bright and dark contrast, and bring out the best in each other.
Gold ornaments are endless, and they are carefully tasted. The mouth of the bottle is hand-painted from top to bottom,
and the lotus pattern of Xiangyun and the five gold characters of "Fu Lu Shou Xi Cai" are beautiful.
Shoulder-side dragon is made of pure gold, and shoulder-sides are decorated with a pair of dragon ears,
which stand symmetrically and are all decorated with gold, luxurious and bright.
Kowloon Teng Dance is imposing, with the main pattern inspired by the Forbidden City's "Nine Dragon Wall". Kowloon takes off,
with various shapes, dense but not chaotic, and numerous but not miscellaneous,
which symbolizes the mutual benefit and prosperity of all the people!