This is the most unique and special 'ceramic house' in the world because it is paved with mostly antiques with an estimated value of up to 1500 billion VND, but more important than the cultural and historical value of It is priceless.
In the five thousand years of its history, China's culture is the crystallization of labor and human intelligence. In particular, ceramics is one of the most artistic and cultural elements passed down to this day and is also the pride of this country. The priceless antique porcelain items, and important cultural relics in China, are hard to come by. Therefore, to protect the culture, most of the ancient porcelain was mainly displayed in national museums. Among the known porcelain museums, there is a 'ceramic house' in Tianjin that has particularly attracted attention in a particular way.
This house is considered to be the most advanced ceramic museum in Tianjin.
It can be said that this special house is considered to be one of the most advanced ceramic museums in Tianjin, also an indispensable destination in the travel journey of travelers around the world.
Typically, ceramic exhibitions at museums are often very magnificent, with sophisticated artifacts. Each exhibition has different special themes, according to which the antiques also have different ages and styles. Compared to the magnificence and solemnity of traditional museums, the ancient porcelain museum in Tianjin seems more casual, but extremely unique with the value that makes viewers startled.
From the moment you get off the bus, visitors will be overwhelmed by the wall covered with porcelain vases, tiles, antique items with rich colors and shapes. They are neatly organized into a large class, making visitors dizzy.
The wall is covered with porcelain vases, tiles, antiques with colors .
According to research, the museum is made up of hundreds of millions of porcelain pieces, the earliest of them from the Han Dynasty and the latest from the end of the Qing Dynasty. Word of mouth is said that when ancient merchants transported porcelain in Tianjin, they would leave cracked porcelain items into the Hai Ha River. Over time, fragmented porcelain pieces accumulated in the river in huge numbers. And the hundreds of millions of porcelain pieces from this museum come from that river.
Most people are surprised to see such a house at first sight, not only because it is different, but also because these porcelain items are expensive and many of them are antique. If you simply value it from value, then this house can be called the most expensive house in China, can imagine how the owner of the rich house will be.
In fact, this ancient porcelain museum was originally just a small French building. It is about a hundred years old and used to be the former residence of Chinese diplomat Hoang Vinh Luong. Until Truong Lien Chi saw this house and spent a large amount of money to buy it. The house now has a chance to put on a new coat, becoming one of the most valuable antique porcelain museums in China.
Initially, Truong Lien Chi did not intend to build porcelain houses. However, once he visited a museum and saw a wall which was covered with ancient porcelain pieces. The idea comes from there. After returning home, Truong Lien Chi used all her various porcelain collections to renovate the house. These collections include porcelain treasures from the Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties.
The Museum of Ancient Porcelain today is a cultural building that marked the turning point of socio-culture in Tianjin.
However, Truong Lien Chi does this not to show his wealth. Because he was originally a devotee of porcelain and Chinese porcelain culture. He wanted to let more people know about Chinese porcelain culture, so he came up with such a special idea to show the charm of Chinese porcelain culture.
After completing the museum of antique porcelain, the effect is amazing. Everyone who comes here can enjoy the beauty of porcelain from the Chinese dynasties.This is a world famous architectural wonder . The Museum of Ancient Porcelain today is a cultural building that marked the turning point of socio-culture in Tianjin, showing its influence. Currently, the United Nations has issued a certificate for this World Cultural Heritage.
Currently, the museum is still in the process of continuing to expand construction. The owner of this unique home wants to cover his estate with 1.5 billion yuan of ancient porcelain (~ 1500 billion vnd). He hoped that every Chinese person had a piece of porcelain in it. This is definitely a great project. If everyone in the future can receive a piece of their virtual porcelain via the website and combine offline tours, it's also a very attractive national-level emotional interaction.