Our Crockery Plate has a well that is known as the bottom, where the customers normally place food. It also has a lip, which is the flattish raised part. Its width in ratio to the bottom can differ greatly. This usually possesses a slight upwards slant, or is parallel alongside the base, as it is normal in larger dishes and conventional Chinese shapes. The rim of our Crockery Plate is often decorated, for example, with glazing or gilding material or coating. The underside portion of our plate is known as the base.