The pilgrim flask or moon flask decorated with peaches and pomegranate. The short narrow neck with two looped handles and the body sitting on an oval foot-ring.
This cloisonné example is based on vases of this type in porcelain. Compare an almost identical flask of the same size with an inverted gilt-bronze rim in the Pierre Uldry Collection, illustrated in ‘Chinese Cloisonné: the Pierre Uldry Collection’, no. 138. And an identical flask of slightly smaller size, also in the Pierre Uldry Collection, no. 136. An almost identical pilgrim flask with a ‘Jingtai’ mark can be found in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum, see Getz (1912, pl. 47).