Dates Back to 1,000 Years Ago
Tenmoku is a type of Chinese porcelain originally made in Jianyang, Fujian province. It’s also known as Jian ware or Chien ware. It reached the highest prestige in the Song Dynasty, whereas the manufacturing method once lost in history. Some stories are saying it relates to Emperor Hongwu abolishing the complicated tea ceremony in the early Ming Dynasty. Potters nowadays are working hard to catch up with their predecessors in the Song Dynasty.
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