Emperor Qianlong was the emperor of jade in ancient China. He loved jade, jade, and even personally made jade. During his reign, he was the most ancient collection of ancient jade in the Qing Dynasty. It is said that there are 800 poems by Emperor Qianlong of the Qianlong Emperor. He has 17 sons. Except for the name of the 16th son, the other names are related to the jade. The emperor hopes that the jade will be used to enrich his descendants in this way. Emperor Qianlong’s obsession with jade prompted “Qianlongyu” to become synonymous with Chinese jade in the 18th century. Qianlongyu also became the most dazzling pearl in the development of ancient Chinese jade. The Qianlong Hanbaiyu bowl was the Emperor Qianlong’s mother who was sick at the time. After the treatment of the Chinese medicine, the Chinese medicine must be used in conjunction with the jade to achieve the best effect. For this reason, the Emperor Qianlong ordered the craftsmen to produce the jade bowl-Yudie-Jade Cup-Jade bottle.
汉白玉（碗 杯 壶）是乾隆年间的一种玉，底部刻着篆字，上书“乾隆年制”，后有有人误念成“乾隆孝粉”，因名字浅显易解而撒播。“乾隆孝粉”玉碗、玉杯、玉壶，器皿的内外部有斑纹，其原料十分精巧，用灯火打照，整体十分通透，有玉质光感，一般来说，主要是上等和田白玉，是宫廷御用之物，很少流落民间。因名字通俗易解而流传。文中此汉白玉（碗杯 壶）的内外部有花纹，其材质十分精美，用灯光打照，整体十分通透，有玉质光感，底款书“乾隆孝粉”四字篆书，工艺十分复杂，就算在当时宫廷也是稀有之物，极具收藏价值。汉白玉质地坚硬洁白，石体中泛出淡淡的水印，俗称汗线，故而得名汉白玉。汉白玉洁白无瑕，质地坚实而又细腻，其玉质虽坚硬，但却脆弱易碎，所以汉白玉雕刻的艺术品极其稀罕。此汉白玉碗的收藏价值极高，是绝世宝物。温润的玉材均不作任何人为沁色，规整的器形端庄雅致，充分体现了乾隆时期的审美趣味，琢工精细，造型端庄，纹饰优美大气，本身就是上佳的艺术品，属于罕见，有很高的收藏于升值空间。
Han Baiyu (bowl and pot) was a kind of jade in the Qianlong period. It was engraved with seal characters at the bottom and written in the book "Qianlong Year System". Some people misread it as "Qianlong filial piety powder" because the name was easy to understand. "Qianlong Xiaofen" jade bowl, jade cup, jade pot, utensils inside and outside there are stripes, its raw materials are very exquisite, lighting with lights, the whole is very transparent, there is a sense of jade light, generally speaking, mainly high-grade Hotan white jade, is the imperial palace of things, very few of the people. Because the name is easy to understand and spread. In this paper, the inside and outside of the Han white jade (bowl cup pot) has a pattern, its material is very exquisite, lighting, the whole is very transparent, there is a sense of jade light, the bottom of the book "Qianlong Xiaofen" four-character seal book, the craft is very complex, even in the court is a rare thing, very valuable collection. Hanbai jade is hard and white in texture, with a light watermark on the stone, commonly known as sweat line, so it is named Hanbai jade. The white jade of Han Dynasty is pure, solid and delicate in texture. Although the jade is hard, it is fragile and fragile. Therefore, the carving of white jade of Han Dynasty is extremely rare. This white jade bowl has high collection value and is a treasure of the world. Warm and moist jade materials do not make any artificially refreshing, orderly and elegant shapes, fully reflects the aesthetic taste of the Qianlong period, fine carving, elegant modeling, elegant decoration, itself is the best works of art, is rare, has a high collection in the appreciation space.
The Chinese nation has a long history of using jade and making jade. The scale, yield and variety of jade in the Qing Dynasty were unprecedented in the history of ancient Chinese jade carvings. Its technological level sets off the culmination of ancient Chinese crafts, setting off the last high tide of jade making. The most representative of its artistic achievements is "Qianlong Jade." Since 2000 years ago, Chinese white jade has been discovered such a noble and elegant raw material, and the use of this high-quality raw material for carving art creation has also been more than 2,000 years old. The jade of the Qianlong period won the applause of the world with its exquisite craftsmanship, and it was first-rate in carving techniques. The reason why "Qianlong Jade" has repeatedly hit high prices on various major shooting fields has its unique historical environment. During the Qianlong period, the political situation was stable, the national strength was prosperous, and the unprecedented accumulation of wealth provided sufficient conditions for luxury enjoyment. Fine works of art were favored by the royal aristocracy.