Large and heavily potted Qing dynasty bowl decorated in underglaze blue on a grayish white porcelain ground with one large stylized dragon chasing a flaming pearl among clouds. The interior is unglazed at the center where another bowl was stacked in the kiln. The base is glazed while the foot rim is unglazed. There is significant kiln grit adhering to the sides of the foot rim. Probably produced by a Fujian kiln for export to Southeast Asia. 10 1/8” diameter x 4 ¼” high. 19th century. Very good overall condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. This bowl is from the private collection of a former American expatriate to Guangzhou and Beijing from 1983-1987.