This Cliftwood vase stands 5.5" high by 3" in diameter. It has a shapely form with nice lines, rather Art Nouveau in presentation. The glaze is a soft rustic orange, like a pumpkin, with touches of green, and finished in a nice satin matte. It is unmarked, but we believe it was made by the Cliftwood Potteries, which was started by Matthew Rapp & Sons in Morton, Illinois in 1920. This vessel likely dates to c1930s. The pottery closed in the early 1940s. This vase is in very good condition, with a restoration to a very small surface chip at the base edge. It makes a very nice presentation.