Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Modern Management, Education Technology, and Social Science (MMETSS 2016)

Study on Design Culture of Proto-porcelain Pot with Two Lugs of The Western Han Dynasty

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Mingyu Liu
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Mingyu Liu
Available Online February 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/mmetss-16.2017.41How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Pot with Two Lugs, Proto-porcelain, Water Ripple, Phoenix Bird Decorative Pattern, String Pattern, Animal Head Applique Holding Rings.
Abstract
The proto-porcelain pot with two lugs of the Western Han Dynasty was excavated in 1963 at Che jiabao of north suburb of Xi' An City, and which is collected in Shanxi History Museum. The pot with two lugs is proto-porcelain, and which has the transitional characteristics from pottery to porcelain. There are some patterns in the pot, such as water ripple, phoenix bird decorative pattern, and string pattern and so on; these patterns reflect the specific cultural features of the times.The two lugs of the pot with the form of animal head applique holding rings, which reflect the auspicious culture.
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