Blue and White Porcelain

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Blue and white porcelain has a long-standing history all throughout the world. Defined simply as white pottery decorated underneath a glaze with blue pigment applied, there are many methods to create its beauty, including stencils, transfer printing, or, most commonly, by hand. Originating in the ninth century in China, it was copied by Europe from the 16th century on and began its import close-by at that point. There truly is no more classic color combination than blue and white, and these pieces of pottery showcase an ever-changing art form that has forever maintained its timelessness.

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