Red Collection Series -Jingdezhen Porcelain Tea Cup


The tea cup is about 14.5 cm high. The theme: Chairman Mao’s quotation “Speech at the Yan’an Literature and Art Symposium” Tea Cup cover: Long live Mao Zedong thought. The pot lid is integrated. The overall dignity is stable, generous. Base: Above: English letter: china, middle: Jingdezhen, China, below: double horizontal line, middle letter L (not to mention what this letter represents, leave everyone a suspense), I wish you to look down, this is what I want today Speaking of the main part, friends who like to collect the Cultural Revolution porcelain, friends who especially like to collect Jingdezhen porcelain may wish to save, so that you can understand the major porcelain factories in Jingdezhen.

Everyone in Jingdezhen is dazzling, and the name of the millennium porcelain is not an exaggeration. Not to mention, let’s talk about the top ten porcelain factories in Jingdezhen during the Cultural Revolution.

In October 1964, the porcelain factories in Jingdezhen were uniformly enabled: the bottom of Jingdezhen, China. The label code of the 10 state -owned porcelain factory in Jingdezhen as follows:

Red Star Porcelain Factory (A), Cosmic Porcelain Factory (B), Folk Porcelain Factory (C), Art Porcelain Factory (D), Jianguo Porcelain Factory (E), People’s Porcelain Factory (F), Red Flag Porcelain Factory (G) Bright Porcelain Factory (H) Dongfeng Porcelain Factory (i), Jingxing Porcelain Factory (J) This was the top ten porcelain factories at that time.

In 1964, Xinhua Porcelain Factory was drawn from Xinping Porcelain Factory, and its bottom code was (K). Hongguang Porcelain Factory, Sculpture Porcelain Factory, and Shuguang Porcelain Factory changed from state -owned to large collectives. Sculpture Porcelain Factory (M), Shuguang Porcelain Factory (P)

At that time, these fourteen porcelain factories were very famous in Jingdezhen and was sought after by collectors. In addition, the Shin Kong Porcelain Factory was a city ceramic painting factory at that time, using the mark code (n), and using X as the mark code. It is unclear why the unit was used.

So friends who play the Cultural Revolution porcelain (recommended for collection) will know which porcelain factory is produced by these porcelain after encountering these porcelain.


Personal point of view: Most of the Cultural Revolution porcelain with these letters is early in the Cultural Revolution, and the collection value is extremely high. You can pay more attention, focus on collecting, and it is not so difficult to identify the authenticity of the Cultural Revolution. One: Look at the style, whether it is in line with that era. Two: Most of the color is monotonous. It is nothing more than yellow, red, green, and black, because the characteristics of the times. Now the fake is not done in color, and some say that the glaze during the Cultural Revolution is gone. I do n’t know if it is true and false. I would like to do this to friends who like to collect porcelain in the Cultural Revolution. The level is limited and forgive me.


As for some porcelain with numbers as the mark code, it is not explained here, leaving below. thanks