There are many differences between ordinary porcelain bowls and bone porcelain bowls. Bone China is called porcelain. It was originally used by the British royal family and aristocrats when it was invented. In China, bone China tableware is also used as special porcelain for guests to invite foreign high dignitaries.
1. From a health point of view: the difference in materials and techniques between bone China and ceramics determines their grade gap. Animal bone char, the main choice for bone China, is 40% or more. At present, the highest bone meal content in the world is 50% of the premium bone meal of the Royal fine bone China tableware.
2. On the technical level: the flower surface of bone China is integrated with the glaze surface, without lead and harmful coating to human body. Can be called the real celadon, long-term use is good for human health. The secondary firing process of bone China is complicated. Only Britain, China, Japan, Germany, Russia and Thailand make them. Bone porcelain is light, fine and hard (twice as hard as daily porcelain).
No cracking, water absorption rate is less than 0.003%.
3. Insulation effect: Compared with traditional porcelain, bone China has better insulation effect and tastes better only when drinking coffee or making tea.
4. Durability: Bone China is more durable than bronzed porcelain. Because of the different composition of bone China and ordinary China, it can be more durable and wear-resistant, and not easy to wear and crack. The hardness of bone China should reach more than two times that of ceramic, and it does not crack after heat exchange in water at 180℃ and 20℃. But it is best not to frequent scarring and sudden heat in the process of use, porcelain products will be easy to burst due to the shrinkage of the heat curtain.
5. In terms of product grade, bone China is much higher than ordinary ceramics. Bone China has long been the exclusive preserve of British families and aristocrats, and is the only recognized fine porcelain in the world. It has the dual value of use and art, is a symbol of power and status, known as the king of porcelain.