Wang Bingrong was together with Chen Guozhi and Li Yucheng one of the most commercially successful of the about thirty independent ceramicists of the nineteenth century who began to emerge from the traditionally anonymous production of ceramics at Jingdezhen by signing their names, developing distinctive styles and acquiring fame.
Wang Bingrongs dates are not known but Wang probably worked from sometime during the Daoguang period (1821-50) into the second half of the nineteenth century. None of his work is to my knowledge dated or carries a reign mark. A substantial quantity of high quality work matches closely the work of other Daoguang masters, why it is fairly safe to date the better of his pieces to the first half of the 19th century.
Dragons were among Wang's more popular designs. They are usually covered with pale, pastel monochrome enamels.
A large number of obviously later reproductions have to many authors suggested a later date. Pieces signed in his name appears into the twentieth century.