Since ancient times, the Chinese nation has worshipped earth. The central part of the five-color earth is loess, which is the symbol of the central ruling center of the country. The emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties worshipped the gods of the earth gods. The five-color earth (the five-color earth) was worshipped in the altar. The loess was placed in the center. The yellow glazed pottery naturally came into being in the primitive worship of the loess.
From the current discovery, the first yellow-glazed pottery appeared in Yongle Dynasty of Ming Dynasty. Because of the difficulty of firing yellow-glazed pottery, the craft was very difficult, and the initial pottery appeared rough. Sui Dynasty was the efforts of several generations of craftsmen. By Hongzhi of Ming Dynasty, the technology of yellow-glazed pottery was maturing day by day, and the products reached the best level in history.
The six-character regular script titled "Daming Hongzhi Year System" is made of cobalt and blue and white. The left bow of "Hongzhi" is inclined to the right, and the other side is inclined to the left. The last horizontal head of "Kou" in the word "Zhi" is small in size, strong in brushwork, which is called "thin and stiff, handsome and beautiful", which is in line with the writing characteristics of Hongzhi Year. Obviously, this is a rare representative. The highest level of Royal sacrificial utensils in the history of yellow glazed porcelain (chicken butter yellow).