This jar appears to be a Wanli interpretation in wucai of earlier Chenghua (1465-1487) doucai examples. Compare the baluster jar of this size, but less compressed form, decorated with similar petal lappet borders and similar winged dragons in underglaze blue illustrated in A Legacy of Chenghua, The Tsui Museum of Art, Hong Kong, 1993, pp. 310-11, no. C111. The jar has a cover and a tian mark on the base.