Paneling technique was commonly used in decorating ceramics in ancient China and can be dated back to Song Dynasty. Through applying this technique, the areas of different shapes to be decorated are marked, within which both poems and paintings can be rendered. This technique adds more layers of decoration, highlighting the main designs on porcelain works. In Qing Dynasty, this technique was widely used in decorating porcelains, and there were various forms and shapes of panels. More novel panels were also created, e.g. panels of character “亚” shape, fruit shape, rectangular shape, bottle shape, fish shape, book shape, Chinese fan shape, leaf shape, plum blossom shape, begonia shape and pear shape, etc. During Qianlong Period, porcelains were mostly paneled with four rounds, like the bowl herein.