The height is 21.5cm and width is 16 cm
I bought this at a local antique shop
You have a pouring vessel or teapot with a underglaze red decoration of flowers and a ''mythical'' bird. I believe its a modern copy. Underglaze red is rare because a few ateliers in China could control the process. In many cases the red was burnt into brown. The 18th and 19th century examples who are done in a good way are quite expensive. Underglaze red was better done in modern times and therefor it is a goal to make them ''antique'' to earn some money I guess. The biscuit, unglazed bottoms are alway's harder to judge and therefor used often on modern copy's. The black baking spots and gray colour are on the stand but also inside the bottom.. Its really overdone. The whole bottom has the same gray colour. This is done by purpose. What you also have to check if you buy an pot or vase; look inside with a flashlight. Even with a lid there should be dirt in the pot. New ones look quite fresh and clean inside. Its not a 'hard' evidence of a modern piece of course but if you doubt and the pot or vase is clean inside I would not buy it. Value is purely decorative.