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A non-fungible token (NFT) company in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, southern China, recently announced an NFT limited edition of the Yuan dynasty’s (1279-1368) blue and white porcelain dishes. Traditional Chinese food for young art collectors.
Dunyuhuang, a company specializing in blockchain applications, released this specially made porcelain badge for its customers on Friday.
The badge, named “New Cooking Power,” integrates traditional Chinese cooking culture with blue and white porcelain patterns.
This porcelain, especially the blue and white varieties, is made of porcelain clay carefully selected by applying breakthrough techniques to subdivision, drying and firing techniques and is part of the exquisite collection of the Imperial Palace. It became one of the noble classes of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Elegant, delicate and gorgeous pattern.
Based on ancient Chinese culture, the NFT collection with elements such as fish, shrimp and crab is suitable for young collectors.
The porcelain collection was also exhibited at a culinary event in Shenzhen on Saturday, promoting Chinese cuisine by combining traditional culinary and digital techniques.
According to statistics, the market for NFT collections is expanding on related platforms in China.