Linglong Porcelain, created during the Reign of Emperor Xuande(1426-1435), the Ming Dynasty, was a porcelain invented and developed on the basis of engraving. People engraved many rice-size holes on the thin porcelain base and added transparent glaze, then added glaze on the whole body and fired in the kiln.
The completed porcelain had transparent and bright holes, which looked very beautiful. Craftsmen in the Qing Dynasty skillfully combined it with blue and white porcelain and made the unique blue and white Linglong porcelain. The green transparent linglong and the ancient unsophisticated blue and white flowers set each other off, which was unmatched by others.