Dehua Porcelain Overseas Friendship
Indonesia and China's ceramic trade has a long history. In the Java, Sumatra and other places, the ceramics of China in the 2nd century (East Han) to the 8th century (Tang Dynasty) were unearthed. Archaeological investigations proved that Fujian Dehua kiln ceramics had been sold to Indonesia as early as the Song Dynasty. A large number of Chinese Song and Yuan ceramics have been excavated in the suburbs of Sumatra, and many of them are white porcelain from Dehua kiln. In the Song Dynasty, the blue and white glaze vases produced by the Bowling Lun Kiln in Dehua Township, Dehua, were folded in the petals, long neck, belly, and short circle, and were collected in the Indonesian capital Jakarta Museum.
In addition, the Jakarta Museum also houses two pieces of Dehua Kiln Cloud Market.
The age of these two large-scale discs is based on the products of Yuanhua or Minghua Dehua Kiln. Another white and blue-and-white Arabic-language bowl, five bowls of wedge-shaped circles, each writing the same Arabic text, meaning: "Without Allah and his Prophet Muhammad, there is no other God." The end point of the article written in each circle is to write the name of a god, such as Omar, Osma, etc., and the bottom of the bowl has the "Year of the Year". These Arabic-written porcelains were first discovered in Dehua Kiln, and it can be proved that it is a special porcelain specially made for Islam.
These products are the precious wealth left by Indonesian Dehua Kiln porcelain and exported to Indonesia. It is a historical witness of the trade and cultural exchange between China and India.