The site of Huangnitou porcelain kiln

Last updated by chinatravel at 2014/5/11

The rich and concentrated heritage, which consists of two stacks, stretches to the east and west, covering about 5000 square kilometers in total and is 10 meters high for each. The stack in the west side is mainly of the heritage from Wudai Dynasty, which include gray warring and white craft devices. The bowls and cups are burned alternatively, and the pots are all in melon-shape. The stack in the east side is mainly of the heritage from Beisong Dynasty, and the products are all celadon burned in the way of one-set-to-one-casket.

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