|[尺寸]||口径：19cm 足径：13.3cm 高：6cm 重量：约1050g|
Blue and white porcelain, also known as white blue and white porcelain, often referred to as blue and white, Chinese ceramic firing process treasures. It is one of the mainstream varieties of Chinese porcelain and belongs to the underglaze colored porcelain. Blue and white porcelain uses cobalt oxide containing cobalt ore as raw material to draw patterns on the ceramic body, then cover with a layer of transparent glaze and burn once by high temperature reducing flame. The cobalt material is blue after firing, and has the characteristics of strong coloring, bright color, high firing rate, and stable coloration. The blue-and-white flower is a very literary name, very poetic, and it is only romantic in ancient Chinese ceramics.
笔洗是一种传统工艺品，属于文房四宝笔、墨、纸、砚之外的一种文房用具，是用来盛水洗笔的器皿，以形制乖巧、种类繁多、雅致精美而广受青睐，传世的笔洗中，有很多是艺术珍品。文中此青花笔洗为清代所制，口径为19cm 、足径为13.3cm 、高为6cm 。该笔洗敛口，矮扁腹，浅圈足。造型小巧精致，线条流畅。内壁正中、外部施饰以青花缠枝纹，外壁上沿饰有回纹一周，洗内外纹饰相呼应。釉面光洁明亮，瓷质感强，且保存完好，十分少见，收藏价值极高。此器造型大气，青花浓艳，深入胎骨，绘画精湛，工艺技法娴熟，将此洗置于案头亦可实用亦可增添文房意趣。此物因小巧雅致，最能体现文人雅士的审美情趣，故在所有的古董工艺品中属于品位较高的藏品，并在收藏圈里称作文玩。它在前代纹样的发展基础上，在清代吉祥文化的充分浸染下，延续极具特色的传统构图样式，加之丰富多样的构成要素，演绎出鲜明、直观的时代特色，体现出中国传统装饰纹样极具生命力和包容性的突出特点。
Pen washing is a traditional handicraft, and it is a roomware other than the four treasures, ink, paper, and silkworms. It is a vessel used to hold water and wash pens. It is well-known for its delicate shape, variety, and elegance. In the pen wash, there are many art treasures. In the text, the blue flower pen was made in the Qing Dynasty, with a diameter of 19 cm, a foot diameter of 13.3 cm, and a height of 6 cm. The pen wash mouth, short flat belly, shallow ring foot. Small and exquisite shape, smooth lines. The middle and outer walls of the inner wall are encrusted with blue and white flowers, and the outer wall is decorated with a circle of a week. The glazed surface is bright and clean, the porcelain texture is strong, and it is well preserved. It is rare and the collection value is extremely high. This device has an atmosphere of shape, rich blue and white flowers, deep in the fetal bone, exquisite painting, and skillful craftsmanship. Putting this wash on the desk can also be practical and add to the taste of the room. Because of its small and elegant appearance, this material can best reflect the aesthetic taste of the literati, and therefore it belongs to the higher grade collection in all antique arts and crafts and is called Wenwan in the collection circle. Based on the development of the previous pattern, under the full impetus of the auspicious culture of the Qing Dynasty, the continuation of the unique style of traditional composition, combined with rich and varied components, the interpretation of the distinctive, intuitive characteristics of the times, reflecting the traditional Chinese decoration Patterns are extremely lifelike and inclusive.
Blue and white porcelain is one of the traditional Chinese porcelains. It is known as a treasure of the human world. It was founded in the Tang Dynasty and reached the peaks of the Ming and Qing dynasties. It used cobalt oxide materials to draw patterns on the green tires, which were fired at high temperatures once glazing. It is blue and white, pleasant, crystal clear and beautiful. In the 1950s, the price of blue-washed pen and porcelain porcelain, which has been widely circulated in the private sector, is now at more than a million, and collectors and investors seem to be out of reach. In such a market, it is necessary for porcelain collectors to carry out porcelain plates. "Intensive farming", in-depth exploration of future potential varieties. With the attention of the modern collection market to the ancient writing equipment, pen washing has gradually become the new darling of the collectors, and its value in the auction market is also a record high. At the special auction of Chinese porcelain and handicrafts in Hong Kong in April 2012, a 900-year-old Northern Song Dynasty enamel enamel sunflower pen was washed at a price of HK$208 million, breaking the 8.64 million US dollars created in 2008. The highest record of the Song Dynasty porcelain auction.