Eggshell Porcelain Painted Bowl

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Our collection of Eggshell Porcelain embodies a variety of enchanting works, some of which completely unique and exclusive to the UK market.

Eggshell Porcelain is thus named to signify the thinness of the porcelain. The layer of porcelain less than 1 millimetre and so delicate that only two layers of glaze, one on the outside and inside are required. The strokes and colour on the topside can be seen from the backside under the sunlight or lamp light; just one feat of its 72 stage process. This timeless art, spanning over a thousand years has been given a contemporary lift by our artists.

Eggshell porcelain, also known as ‘bodiless porcelain’ or ‘eggshell china’ is unique in the world. As a special handicraft product among the traditional porcelain handicrafts in Jingdezhen, it wins a long-standing reputation dating from the Northern Song Dynasty (906-1127), prospering in the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912), and continuing to be popular in this current era.

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AI-EQUAL at The Mansion House #blacktie

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AI-EQUAL’s Company Director Juno Liu with Alderman Sir David Wooton, President and Mr David Stringer-Lamarre, Chairman, IOD.

AI-EQUAL received a special invitation to meet The Rt Hon. The Lord Mayor at the IDO event (Institute of Directors) at The Mansion House, City of London on Monday 6 July. This prestigious event was hosted by Alderman Sir David Woottn, President and Mr David Stringer- Lamarre, Chairman, City of London Branch Institute of Directors.

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The Year of the Sheep 2015

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2015 is the year of the sheep. Chinese Artist Anran described white clouds like sheep in the sky when she was young, ‘so I made the sheep look like clouds, simple and lithe. She completed two sizes of sheep to take part in the ‘One Person One Sheep’ exhibition, which was held by The Pottery Workshop (Jingdezhen) at the end of 2014.

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