Pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty porcelain bowls. Finely potted in an simply round vessel, steep side raised from faceted cavetto, supported upon a footed base. The decoration produced by carving on the porcelain before glazing and firing in shallow relief of floral bloom and petals motif. The immaculate porcelain body covered with a characteristic silky glaze, pooling on the base slightly veiling the mark. The shape is uniformly proportioned. The porcelain conformed all required specimen to be high valued Chinese porcelain wares, with finest material, the whiteness, the glaze, the carving, and the shape. Without overlap the outlines of the design, well carved, clear, subtle, and distinct. The clay is fine and exquisite, the glaze smooth, brilliant with a moist appearance, the finishing meticulous.
Mark on base, six underglaze blue script -KaiShu- characters enclosed within double fine rings, YongZheng Reign Period of Great Qing.
Dimensions: 2" H x 3-3/8" Dia. (Each)