Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China is known as the "Porcelain Capital". Porcelain plays an important role in the long history of China, and Jingdezhen's porcelain is very famous in China. Zeng Jing was a tribute place for Royal porcelains of the feudal dynasty.
Jingdezhen's main minerals are porcelain stone, kaolin, coal mine, tungsten mine, placer gold, copper mine, fluorite, sulfur, limestone, marble and so on, especially porcelain stone, kaolin and coal deposits are the most distinctive. Among them, kaolin is the most important raw material in the ceramic industry. The quality of the kaolin produced in Jingdezhen is very good. The Jingdezhen ceramics produced by it are of very high standard. It can be said that the famous reasons of Jingdezhen ceramics also have geographical advantages.
Royal kiln, a form of ancient official kiln, is a place specializing in making ceramics for feudal rulers. Jingdezhen Royal Kiln Site Museum is located in the site of the former Royal Kiln Factory. The Royal Kiln Factory is the place where Royal Porcelain was produced for the court in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is the official porcelain factory with the longest firing time, the largest scale and the most exquisite workmanship in Chinese history. Blue and white porcelain, pastel porcelain, enamel and so on are the resounding nameplates of Jingzhen porcelain.
The only blue and white porcelain Pagoda in the world stands on the Hilltop of the South Lake of Changnan Lake in the landscape area of Changnan Avenue in Jingdezhen City, which is the symbol of Jingdezhen porcelain culture. The tower is 59 meters high and has 11 floors. The main building is a reinforced concrete structure with blue and white porcelain chips inlaid on the facade. From a distance, it stands on the ground like a vase, giving a sense of hopelessness and inaccessibility.