This is a small shard bowl with the Tibetan lanca charcters or scripts. In the center of the bowl, it has a single large lanca character. All around the cavetto and on the outside of the bowl, it is covered all round with the same script lanca characters. At the back of the recess foot rim, it shows an embalm of a mace with ribbons. This dates the bowl to the emperor Kangxi reign, Qing Dynasty. The high quality of the glaze and porcelain used suggest that this is possibly an official or "guan yao" bowl. The cross section of the shard shows that the procelain used is extremely white and of very high quality. This small bowl shard would make a fine specimen study piece.
Condition as shown in all the photos.
The height of the Lanca charcter bowl is 3.4cm and the diameter is 8.8cm