Yue kiln is the most famous celadon kiln system in ancient China. Its glaze color is like jade and ice. Its shape is exquisite and there are many utensils. The history of Yue kiln can be traced back to the production of primitive porcelain in Shang and Zhou Dynasties. In the Eastern Han Dynasty, Yue kiln fired mature celadon. Later, Yue kiln experienced the great development period of the Three Kingdoms, the Jin Dynasty and the Southern and Northern Dynasties. Sui, Tang and Five Dynasties had their heyday and gradually declined in the middle of Northern Song Dynasty. The Eastern Han Dynasty and the Eastern Han Dynasty are the initial period of Yue kiln celadon. The successful firing of celadon is the inevitable result of the technological development and accumulation of primitive ceramics in Zhejiang. The celadon products of this period are in the same line with the original ceramics in the forming and firing technology, showing the ancient and simple everywhere. During the Three Kingdoms period, Yue kiln products had compact and compact matrix, light grey fetal bones, uniform glaze layer, clean glaze juice, simple early decoration, with water ripple, strings and veins. Later decoration tended to be complex, with oblique checkerboard patterns and stacking methods. Articles can be divided into daily necessities and artifacts. Very valuable for collection.