The chicken cup was fired during the Chenghua period of the Ming Dynasty, with an open bottom, a flat bottom, a compact body and a curved outline.
Spring auction of Chinese porcelain and handicrafts was held by Sotheby's in Hong Kong on April 8, 2014. At the auction, a Ming Dynasty Chenghua chicken cup treasured by Mei Yintang attracted the attention of buyers and was finally bought by Shanghai collector Liu Yiqian for 281.24 million Hong Kong dollars, setting a world record for Chinese porcelain auction.
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the bucket color is innovated based on traditional colored porcelain, which reached its peak in the Chenghua period, and the chicken cup is the outstanding one among them. There were many imitations in the Ming and Qing dynasties, and Japan was authentic enough. Up to now, the chicken cup is still hot and has countless fans.