Chinese Qing dynasty lidded porcelain ginger jar decorated on the front in underglaze blue and white against a celadon background with five figures frolicking in a landscape setting. The lid holds three bats. The interior and base are glazed but the foot rim, mouth, and underside edge of the lid are unglazed. Measures about 9” high by about 9” diameter. 19th century. Very good overall condition. The lid size is a bit small for the opening, but it does stay in place. The interior edge of the mouth opening is a little rough from the original production. Please note that the jar color is slightly lighter than the images suggest. This jar is from a Phoenix, Arizona collection and was purchased in Arizona around 1990.