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A Brief History of The Development of Dehua Ceramics

Dehua ceramics, also known as Dehua porcelain, is one of the traditional porcelain sculpture firing techniques in Dehua, Fujian, and one of the birthplaces of Chinese ceramic culture.
Dehua Kiln is a famous porcelain kiln in the south of ancient China. It got its name because the kiln site is located in Dehua County, Fujian Province. The production of Dehua Porcelain began in the new time period, flourished in Tang and Song Dynasties, flourished in Ming and Qing Dynasties, and developed in contemporary times. It has unique skills and unbroken inheritance. It has always been an important foreign trade product in China, and is famous all over the world together with silk and tea, and has contributed to the spread of porcelain making technology and cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries.
Dehua is one of the three ancient porcelain capitals in China. It is the largest production and export base of ceramic handicrafts and daily necessities in China. It has been awarded the first "World Ceramic Capital" in the world. There are more than 3,000 ceramic enterprises with an annual output value of 45 billion yuan.

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