Would appreciate any help in identifying a small 16th-17th cent. (possibly Wanli) meiping vase. It has an abundance of transparent crackle in the glaze as well as many compression dimples and rust marks suggesting great age. It is 6" tall, the cobalt color and application also suggesting Wanli, but the decoration is a mystery. Not unlike scrolling vines on many double-happiness jars but much less sophisticated. The piece is also hand thrown, not molded. Many thanks for help in dating it.
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