Chinese Qianlong period, from 1735 to 1796, underglaze blue and copper red with Celadon glazed Porcelain vase converted to a lamp on the square rosewood base, 11" high and 4 3/4" wide in the middle widest area, 3 1/2" wide and 2 3/4" deep for the rectangle top, 12" high with wooden stand, with reclining Dragon handles on both side. One(1) side is decorated with underglaze blue and copper red house in the lake with mountain and lake scenery inside the low relief bordered enclosed panels on white background, and the other side is also decorated with underglaze blue and copper red Deer next to Pine tree inside the low relief bordered enclosed panel between white low relief panels. Underneath the reclining Dragon handles, there are some underglaze and copper red Chinese Poems inside the low relief white background panels. The condition is good, no chips, cracks or restorations except hole on the bottom to make a lamp, which happened long time ago. Buyer has the choice to keep the shade but extra shipping cost will apply.