Middle Kingdom simultaneously celebrates the traditions of Chinese porcelain and creates new objects both subtle and elegant. They work to sustain the potter's art and pay homage to artistic achievements of the past, yet create a new classic standard. Each piece is made in their kiln in Jingdezhen, China, where the imperial kilns were once located. From original drawings the master potters give form to the ideas of Bo Jia, designer and company co-founder. At each stage in the creation of their designs, great attention is paid to both quality of workmanship and adherence to high aesthetic standards. As a result, new wares are created, imbued with the luster of eternity.
Vases come in seven or eight different colors.
Serving pieces are food and dishwasher safe.