Vintage and antique fine china was first introduced during the Tang dynasty. The Tang dynasty was known as a period of the golden age where elegant art and culture flourished. Fine china can also be referred to as porcelain. Both fine china and porcelain have smooth, white features. An unglazed fine china is defined as bisque which is not used as tableware. When the term ‘fine china’ was introduced all over the world, it often indicates high-quality tableware products.
It took several years to master the elegance of Chinese porcelain with an appropriate balance of hardness, classic color, and translucency. Vintage and antique fine china has been adored by several antique collectors. Besides fine china, tableware such as plates, bowls, cluttery, and glasses has made dinner settings very classic. The dinner settings are not only styled by the warm lightings alone, tableware also adds character to the settings.
You can find a number of tableware sets created by George Jensen at Bidsquare’s auctions. With the finest quality of craftsmanship, you can also find exceptional fine china and tableware designed by prolific designers such as Kay Bojesen, Tim Brigden, Hans Hansen, and more, for sale at Bidsquare. Explore the range of various colors, styles, textures, and designs at Bidsquare.