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A605, No.5 Bldg, BaiziYuan, Chaoyang, Beijing, 100124, China.

 
       
       
       
       
   

 

 

 

Sancai Tile

 

Traditional method with modern painting!

Elegant picture with skilled handcraft!!!

Inherited & developed from Tri-colored glazed pottery of Tang Dynasty (618-907), our Ceramic Tile is produced one piece by one piece with artistic integrity.

The hand painted Ceramic Tile is also called Sancai Murals, which can be used for either indoor decoration, such as meeting room, lobby, waiting room, banquet as well as bed room etc. or outdoor refurbishment.

The tri-colour glazed pottery in the Tang style is a Chinese art that dates back 1,300 years. It is so named because it has red, green and white all on one object. Those produced in Luoyang, Henan Province are the best known in China. Prior to the Tang Dynasty pottery could only be produced in a single colour.

Tri-color glazed pottery was valued for its integration of the national style along with a distinct local flavour. The artists skillfully combine molding with exquisite lines that are pleasing to the eye. In the glazing process, the different colours are dissolved together in low heat, so that they blend just right, producing a fine multifarious effect.

The tri-colour Tang pottery, continuously improved through the centuries, has now been developed even further and its varieties have reached several hundred. The once tri-colour glaze has grown to include yellow, purple, black and blue while the artistic quality has also been raised.

The clay of Luoyang excels in viscosity, purity and pliancy while it is at the same time surprisingly hard and strong. It is superb for making pottery.

We can also customize any of your paintings & ideas with ceramic tiles.

 

 

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