This is a small Ming dynasty longquan or celadon vase. The longquan vase stand on a short foot rim with a recessed base. The outer footrim is slightly shaved inward. From the footrim, it everted upward into a bulbous body and then narrow upward to a long thin neck with a slightly widen rim mouth. Longquan vase of such shape is harder to come by compared to the longquan/celadon plate or bowl.
There are very minute glaze friting as shown in picture no. 5 and manufacturing fault/bubble burst as shown in picture 4 and 5. Some wear and abrasion with glaze crazing as shown in all the photographs. There are no chip, crack or restoration. Generally considered to be in good condition.
The dimension of the longquan vase is: the height is 19.4cm and the width is about 11cm.