Ju Ware Collection SeriesOf the five famous Song dynasty kilns, it is the Yu kiln in Qing Lian Si village, Henan province, which is the most renowned. The wares were a stunning break-though produced for China’s Imperial Palace. Much different from the previous Ding ware, Ju pieces are characterized by a lovely pale bluish-
green color and a depth of glaze that is almost flesh-like. Fewer than 70 pieces
are to be found today in the hands of a few museums, foundations and private collectors.
With elegant form and translucent glazing, the wares are regarded as the official kilns. With a nostalgic feel and respect for ancients, Lin’s Ceramics Studio employs the ancestors’wisdom to make brilliant crafts that are worthy of your collection.
Recognized with the iF communication design award 2014
Slow and Flow，Tea party Recognized with the iF communication design award 2014
Lin\'s Ceramics Studio@2015 ambiente
Color Decoding, A Vivid Exploration of Oriental Tea Culture
Through acute observations into daily life and the will of promoting “Every Day is a Beautiful Day” ideal, the main focus of “Through the Tracery” is to foster a conversation between Asia and Europe, bridging its gaps, by bringing together design teams from all over the world, inducing eastern cultural aesthetics into western forms through the innovative the “River-Stone Tea Set” and “Divan Tea Set” and expand into the European and American territories. The “Swimming Fish Gaiwan” is specially designed for this exhibition to be the visual focus. Utilizing the classic brown-white dual colors, it employs a minimalistic design, and acts as a historical testimony to how Lin’s Ceramics Studio, under the guidance of the company founder Lin, Jung-Kuo, stood up to any challenge since its establishment in 1983.