Hemudu culture: (4360 B.C. -3360 B.C.) It mainly distributed in Ningshao Campagna, Zhejiang province. During this period, the main products were charcoal black potteries. There were also some gritty and clay potteries. All of them were made by hand. The firing temperature was 800 to 930 centigrade. The shapes were cauldron, pot, cup, tray, Bo, dish, keeve, calyx, kitchen range, cover of vessel, seat and so on. There were rope pattern and lineation pattern on the surface. Besides, some decorative potteries were decorated by coffee and black brown aberrant floral pattern.

Black pottery with pig pattern