Jun porcelain, originating in the Tang Dynasty and thriving during the Song Dynasty, is renowned for its unique kiln-firing techniques and glaze colors. This article commences by discussing the inheritance of contemporary Jun porcelain colored glaze craftsmanship. It outlines the characteristics and applications of the raw materials utilized in Jun porcelain colored glaze. Furthermore, it summarizes the aesthetic development, transformation, and innovative practices of contemporary Jun porcelain colored glaze. The discussion delves into the integration of new materials and technologies by modern artisans, while emphasizing the preservation of the essence of this traditional art form. Additionally, the article offers suggestions for the comprehensive development of Jun porcelain colored glaze.