The body decorated with the Fulushou, one holding a boy receiving a peach offered by Shoulao, the shoulders with a zigzag border, the neck with everted rim and a raised band between pencilled key-fret and ruyi-head borders.
The decoration shows the three Star Gods of Longevity, Rank and Happiness.
Rosemary Scott, 'Blue-and-White Porcelains of the Late Ming-Early Qing', in: A Catalogue of Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art, ed. Anita Gray, London, n.d., p.18, no. 35