Question: What is the most expensive fine china?

Records are made to be broken, and recently at a Sothebys auction in Hong Kong, the world record for the most expensive Chinese porcelain was just shattered. The object was a 900-year-old bowl created during the Song dynasty (960–1279 A.D.).

What is the most valuable fine china?

Fine China: The Most Expensive Porcelain In The World1 Qing Dynasty Porcelain: $84 Million.2 Blue and White Porcelain: $21.6 Million. 3 Jihong Porcelain: $10 Million. 4 Blood Red Porcelain: $9.5 Million. 5 Joseon Porcelain: $1.2 Million. Jan 24, 2014

Which is more expensive fine china or bone china?

Bone china is generally more expensive compared to fine china due to its bone ash content. At this stage, there isnt a specific amount for bone china to be considered a high-quality piece.

Is bone china stronger than fine china?

Bone China or Porcelain – What is Stronger? As far as practical application is concerned, quality porcelain dinnerware is as strong as Bone China. The most noticable differences would be: Porcelain / Fine China is generally thicker than Bone China products as far as tableware is concerned.

How can you tell fine china?

Both porcelain and fine bone china have a white glassy surface, but bone china is lighter, stronger and more translucent than porcelain. When china dishes are thick and heavy, they more than likely contain red, brown or gray clays.

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