The underglaze cobalt blue painting and the glaze quality suggest that it's not made at Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province, where scholars and collectors generally attribute the best blue and white pieces. This jar was likely made by a provincial potter in the southern coast of China, possibly at Fujian or Dehua. A variety of possible usages, storage of rice, grain, pickled food, sauces, etc.
This Jar is 8.5 inches tall, has a 4 inch opening, and 27 inch circumferential.
The jar has no cracks, chips or repairs. A beautiful piece to add to a collection or display.
Wood four legged stand included.