This is a yellow glaze carved bowl which was firstly created in Qing Dynasty of China.make a yellow-glazed porcelain ware, the craftsman needed to pour yellow glaze immediately onto the fired unglazed biscuit. The lustrous yellow glaze resembles chicken‘s oil. Thus, the glaze is also known as "tender yellow".The porcelain is exquisite ,the glaze is equal and the picture are carved with dragon enchasing skills which make the bowl elegant. The glaze layer is thick and seems it flows naturally which emerges a very beautiful work. It is an unique design in such works. Its shape is delicate and elegant. The whole body of the bowl is well-stacked. It is a good choice of collection. The mark under its bottom show it was made in the period of Qian Long in Qing Dynasty.
Original condition, Very Good! It is perfectly preserved and no cracks. Very sturdy! Highly recommended! Highly collectable!!
Country of Origin：Jingdezhen Jianxi China
Opening Diameter：6.02 inch/15.3cm
Pedestal Diameter：3.46 inch/8.8cm