Seramik Cina

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Ming covered red jar with dragon and sea design from the Jiajing reign

Barang seramik Cina menunjukkan satu perkembangan yang berterusan sejak tempoh pra-dinasti, dan merupakan salah satu bentuk yang paling penting seni Cina. China kaya dengan bahan-bahan mentah yang diperlukan untuk membuat seramik. Jenis pertama seramik telah dibuat semasa zaman Palaeolitik. Seramik Cina terdiri daripada bahan-bahan pembinaan seperti batu-bata dan jubin, ke tangan dibina tembikar kapal dilepaskan dalam unggun api atau tanur, kepada yang canggih porselin Cina barang dibuat bagi istana maharaja. China mempunyai monopoli ke atas porselin pengeluaran sehingga baru-baru ini, dan porselin juga sering dipanggil "china" dalam bahasa Inggeris.

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