Very Fine Wang BingRong Blanc-de-chine Chinese porcelain brush pot, Qingbai, having a slightly waisted cylindrical body, with an enclosed mouth rim, above a molded and applied scene of vigorous imperial five-toes dragon soaring amidst clouds in high relief. Its mouth cast water flows to the wavy LiShui water on foot base. Radiating sun emerged from the sea water. Three lettering title inscription carved on the body. All reserved in plain white glazed ground.
The carving is deep, giving 3D appearance, shows masterly craftsmanship.
Mark on base, impressed four seal script -ZhuanShu- characters, Wang BingRong Zuo.
Dimensions: 6"H x 6.75" Dia.
Some tips on oe of the toe's claws, GOOD condition.
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