Virtually the same as a museum display, at Guilin City Museum (see the last picture, see http://www.gxnews.com.cn/channel/mp/53.htm for the museum piece). The museum piece was excavated from a Prince's tomb (Jing Jiang Prince) in the Ming Dynasty in the Jia Jing Period (1522 - 1566 AD).
Description from museum website: "该瓶造型别致，端庄秀丽，胎略灰白，釉略显涩，青花略显沉暗。短颈，小口外撇，丰肩圆腹，束腰，腰至足外扬，沙底，内敛式圈足，足高约0.4厘米。整器图案有五层，每层间以空白地间隔。颈部绘青花折枝莲纹两枝，整图构图简洁，笔法流畅，一气呵成，图案简而不疏，颇富艺术格调".
Translation: "This exquisite vase is majestic and elegant. The clay underneath is slightly white-grayish while the glaze and blue drawings are slightly dim. Its shape is short neck, small opening, plump body and narrow base. The base is about 0.4 cm. Pattern drawn is split into five sections, separated by empty spaces. On its body are drawn two large locus flowers - the composition is concise, the drawing is smooth; the pattern is simple but not sparse, with rich artistic style".
Height is 26 cm. Condition is very good (preserved for about 500 years). Come with original cap.
Plum vases were popular displays in the homes of royalties and prominent families, so this is for those who would like to be like a royal prince from Ming Dynasty.