This lovely French Faience vase stands a tall 12" high by 8.5" across by 6" wide. It has a fleur-de-lis form. It is reminiscent of Quimper, but it is not. It is French in origin, but the marks are a mystery to us. It is hand decorated and bears the Brittany Coat of Arms on the frontside. It has a banded center and is painted in complementary faience colors over a white ground. It is marked with a yellow fleur-de-lis cipher, along with artist initials that appear to be 'G' and 'AA' or perhaps 'RR', and numbered 1399 over 1. This vessel is in near original condition with an excellent restoration to a couple of glaze chips at the rim and base edges, and a no harm factory clay pull on the underside base. It presents beautifully. This vintage French Faience Fleur-de-lis vase likely dates to c1920.