I really love the colors on Persian Qajar era pottery--super lush, immediately recognizable, and I think all the better for the crazing and other imperfections they've invariably acquired over the past century and a half or so. This one, mid-1800s I believe, is more understated than many, with a thick, (once) clear glaze over most of the body, decorated with flowers and leaves around the middle and then great striped and triangle patterns around the neck and near the base.
Good antique condition, with no chips or cracks that I can see. Crazing to the glaze all over as well as a dark stain on the surface here and there, particularly around the lip. 7 3/4" tall x 3 1/2" widest diameter; 2 1/2" across at base.