This Denver White vase stands 5.5" high by 4" in diameter. The Denver White Company was established in the late 1800s. Frederick White and his son Francis ran the company. This vase is a signature piece for this company, which was known for their matte blue ware decorated in white slip, not unlike Wedgwood's popular jasper ware. This shouldered form is a classic design, with a simple rolled collar. The body of the vase is a soft matte blue color, decorated with a simple stylized garland in white slip, like icing, a very handsome and organic presentation. This vase is marked Denver on the base, indicating that this vase dates to the 1904 to 1928 period. It is in factory original condition, no apologies.