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The history of Tangshan bone china coffee mugs and how to custom

Date:2023-5-5 Xinxiang Ceramic From:Custom Ceramic Mugs Manufacturers China

Xinxiang Custom Ceramic Mug Manufacturer, The English name of bone china is "BoneChina". It uses animal bone meal (ash) and quartz as raw materials. It needs to be fired twice at high temperature and low temperature glaze firing. The addition of animal bone meal makes this porcelain more rigid and translucent, but the greater the bone content, the more likely it is to burn during the production process, thus creating the rare and precious early bone china. For a long time, this kind of ceramic treasure has been regarded as a noble product, especially the beautiful and unique custom bone china mugs, which reflects the humanistic customs on the porcelain plate painting. It is deeply loved by the British royal family and has been listed as a leader for summit meetings in many countries tableware.
Bone china was first produced in the United Kingdom. According to records, around 1800, the British Thomas Frye accidentally mixed animal ashes in the manufacturing process and dramatically invented bone china. For more than 200 years, bone china has gradually developed into a world ceramic treasure through the hands of generations of master craftsmen.

In China, bone china has a history of nearly half a century. In 1964, Tangshan started the research and development of bone china, which was successful in 1973. Tangshan Bone Porcelain is the first in China, filling the gap in China's high-end porcelain production, and has obtained a national invention patent, opening a new era of China's bone porcelain development.
However, a catastrophe in 1976 destroyed all of this. The "7.28" earthquake destroyed all of Tangshan's ceramic industry. Unfortunately, many participants in the bone china project died, which caused the development of Tangshan bone china. A heavy blow, some precious texts and pictures have not been restored.
With the support of the state and localities, Tangshan Bone China was reborn soon after. In the 1980s, the people of Tangshan adopted the plastic extrusion ceramic forming method and successfully trial-produced the new microcomputer-controlled firing technology of the tunnel kiln. After that, two firing techniques were successfully developed. Soon, Tangshan bone china began to enter the international market. This kind of bone china independently developed and produced in China has a porcelain quality comparable to that of the British bone china.
With the improvement of people’s living standards, bone china, as a world-recognized high-end porcelain species, is increasingly sought after by people. Its market scale is gradually expanding. Shandong, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Shanxi, Sichuan, Fujian and other provinces have begun to produce bone. porcelain. However, Tangshan bone china still ocmugies a major position, accounting for about 80% of China's bone china production. It is the country's largest bone china production base.
In September 2011, to help improve the quality of Tangshan bone china products, Tangshan Inspection and Quarantine Bureau established the National Ceramic Testing Key Laboratory and became the governing unit and ceramics of the National Ceramic Testing Key Laboratory Alliance (China Huajian Ceramic Testing Alliance) Supporting product team leader unit. The laboratory's daily ceramic testing capabilities cover 42 domestic and foreign standards, and have obtained CNAS and CMA qualifications. Let the laboratory testing experts come to tell you what testing items need to be passed in the experiment to ensure that the bone china is both exquisite and high-quality.
The history of Tangshan bone porcelain coffee mugs is an important part of the history of Chinese bone porcelain mugs.

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