Jarlet of depressed globular form with short neck tapered slightly towards the mouth rim. It stands on a low foot with a slightly recessed base. The body is fine white porcelain painted with cobalt blue pigment under crackled, clear glaze; base unglazed but painted with brown wash. The bulging body is decorated with floral sprays in two medallions, alternated with fishscale patterning. Around the neck is a band of overlapping petals.

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