In this low-key museum in Yichun, Jiangxi, the collection of Yuan blue and white flowers is world-famous, and the owner is still a mystery

Blue and white porcelain is timeless, graceful and thought-provoking. It is a flower that blooms in time and never fades. Chinese blue and white porcelain began in Tang Dynasty and flourished in Yuan Dynasty. It has been handed down to this day and still occupies a very important position in our life. Yuan Dynasty The appearance of blue and white, the pen and ink are majestic and elegant, and the style is classical and elegant. After eight hundred years of circulation, it enjoys a high collection value in modern times.

Traveling in Yichun, Jiangxi, walking into the Gao’an Museum, and exploring the grand atmosphere of Yuan blue and white. The Gao’an Museum is located at No. 674, Ruiyang Avenue, Gao’an, Yichun, Jiangxi. This is a free museum, and everyone who has been here will find it amazing. The Gao’an Museum is really low-key. Who would have thought that there are actually 19 pieces of Yuan blue and white porcelain collected here, ranking third among the museums that collect blue and white porcelain in the world.

Gao’an City has a long history. It was built in the sixth year of Emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty. It has the reputation of China’s automobile transportation city, China’s architectural ceramics industry base, and the hometown of Chinese calligraphy. Gao’an Museum, through pictures and detailed text, tells us the history of Gao’an’s historical development. There are a total of 7,666 cultural relics in the museum, and each cultural relic is telling us the story that happened on this land. Among them The most precious Yuan blue and white is even more amazing.

Throughout the dynasties, Gao’an has come out of many literati. The most famous Zhu Shi was an important minister of the Kangxi, Yongzheng, and Qianlong dynasties in the Qing Dynasty. He was a famous classicist and writer. In the museum, we can see the statues and Specific introduction.

The treasure of the town hall of Gaoan Museum is the Yuan blue and white on the second floor. There are 19 pieces in total. The most conspicuous one is a blue and white cloud and dragon pattern animal ear lid jar. On both sides of the head, there is a shop head stamped with a plastic mold, and the copper ring worn in the mouth of the shop head has been preserved very intact in the long time of 800 years.

In 2005, an auction was held in London. Among them, a large pot of Yuan blue and white “Ghost Valley Down the Mountain” was sold at a high price of 230 million yuan. It is by far the most expensive porcelain in the world. Now, look back at the Yuan blue and white flowers collected by the Gao’an Museum are priceless treasures, and because of these 19 pieces of Yuan blue and white, the Gao’an Museum is now the third largest collection of Yuan blue and white museums in the world. It is worth our two hours. Take a good look around.

In the Gao’an Museum, there are several kinds of porcelain that make people feel very amazing. The upper part of these porcelains is bowl-shaped, and the lower part is bamboo-shaped cup handles. They are made for the convenience of drinking while riding on horseback. Bold and unconstrained, even drinking on horseback has such a sense of ritual.

On the bottom of one of the cups immediately written in blue and white, “I have been drunk for a hundred years, counting 36,000 times.”

What makes us very curious is that such precious blue and white flowers of the Yuan Dynasty were unearthed in the Gaoan Museum. Up to now, there is still no specific research on the identity of the owner of the kiln collection. It can only be inferred from the appearance of the blue and white flowers of the Yuan Dynasty that the owner of the kiln collection, It should be advocating Confucian culture. This is also a mystery to be solved by future generations. Maybe one day, the mystery will be lifted.

Gao’an is a city with profound historical and cultural heritage. The process of visiting a museum is also a process of dialogue with the history of a city. I like museum travel because it is the fastest and most in-depth way to understand a city. Walking Among the ancient cultural relics, it is a quiet and fun thing to have a dialogue with the ancient history through words and pictures.

Blue and white porcelain is like a flower that never fades in time. Through the dust of history, it truly reproduces the elegance of an era for us. I was very pleasantly surprised by the trip to Gao’an Museum. There is also a bold and majestic side. In the summer of Gao’an in Yichun, because of the Gao’an Museum, I feel that this trip is worthwhile.

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