The porcelain house is situated near to the Italian quarters, behind a large gate (that you can enter for 40rmb) Inside has loads of signs in English and Chinese, as well as interesting furniture pieces. Even if you don’t go into it, just standing outside is incredible. A unique attraction featuring all different objects e.g vases made out of porcelain and moulded together. Well worth the visit.
It was not as big as I expected but I still enjoyed seeing all the porcelain and Mosaic done with the bits and pieces of porcelain. There were a lot of cabinets on display as well. Not a bad place to visit on your holiday, I just think that the price was a little steep.
Unique building in China, the interior is nothing special but exterior worth the trip.
Zhang Lianzhi spent 30 million yuan to buy this building that year, and used more than 4,000 pieces of ancient porcelain, more than 400 pieces of white marble stone carvings, more than 700 million pieces of ancient porcelain, more than 13,000 ancient porcelain plates and bowls, and 300 pieces of ancient porcelain. A number of porcelain cat pillows, more than 300 white marble stone lions of Tang and Song Dynasties, more than 300 stone statues of past dynasties, more than 20 tons of crystal stones and agates, finally decorated this French style western-style building into a priceless porcelain house. Feng Jicai said: "Porcelain beautiful building is strange." I think the porcelain house is not just a "Porcelain Beauty House", the large collection of wooden furniture in it makes me amazed.