Manufacturing Porcelain Process
Mr. Lim’s Priceless Porcelain offers beautiful, hand-painted figurines of Chinese women. These elegant figurines are of a Chinese style and are of women in traditional period dress from the different dynasties and representing different occasions of typical life. Each figurine is hand-painted before it is kiln-fired. The figurines come from the famous Jing De Zhen area of China that has been manufacturing porcelain items for over 2,000 years. Jing De Zhen is famous in China and worldwide for being the origin of China’s porcelain materials and processes and for a continuous history of manufacturing some of the world’s most exquisite porcelain treasures.
A certificate of authenticity is provided for each figurine and each is shipped in a beautiful, cloth-covered decorative box.
Mr. Lim’s Priceless Porcelain is based in the Detroit, MI area from which product is inventoried and shipped.
Step 1: Harvesting Porcelain Material
Step 2: Creating and Mixing Porcelain Slurry
Step 3: Molds Used to Pour Porcelain Products
Step 4: Removing Air-Curred Porcelain Product From Mold and Hand Form Detail
Step 5: Hand Painting by Artists
Step 6: Kiln-Firing to Cure Porcelain, Paint, and Glaze