Apologies for not getting back to you sooner, it's taken me a while to track down information on this mark.
Your little jar is Chinese (as opposed to Japanese, who make pottery wares similar to this but with a different style of marks) and is of recent origin, late 1900s or early 2000s.
The jar is decorated with a traditional pattern of stylized lotus blossom and scrolling foliage known as karakusa, all in molded raised relief. In the Buddhist tradition the lotus is an important symbol of spiritual purity and detachment from worldly cares and so is an immensely popular decorative motif, particularly on art pottery.
The maker's mark on the base is a little hard to translate because it's written in a type of Chinese writing called zhuanshu, or ancient seal script. Even the Chinese struggle with it.
It looks like it says:
And is just one of truly thousands of modern Chinese pottery factories that have not been around long enough to have a attracted a specific collector following, or even be known about, here in the West.
It's value is purely decorative. If you saw it for sale in a vintage store it would be priced at about $10 - $15.
I do hope this helps!
Please let me know if you'd like me to explain or expand on any of the above, I would be glad to.