Subject:Re: Help identifying Chinese & Japanese china
Posted By: Bill H Wed, Jan 15, 2020
Crackle-glaze wares of this baluster form, with the dark brown faux bronze flourishes and an apocryphal base-mark of Made during the (Ming) Chenghua Reign" were popular during the Qing Guangxu period (1875-1908) and later. Most I've seen tended to be in famille verte tones or famille rose, as seen in the pictures below. However, blue & white motifs are known as well. From what can be seen here, your vase seems to be a Guangxu-period piece, striving to resemble the Kangxi style, in my opinion.
Shea, you're well along in appreciating this stuff, but I thought I'd also pass along a photo of a Nanking platter from the early 18th century FYI.