This Merrimac handled vase stands 7" high by 6.5" across the handle by 5.5" in diameter. According to Kovel's, Merrimac Pottery Company was founded by Thomas Nickerson in Newburyport, Massachusetts, in 1902. The company made art pottery, garden pottery, and reproductions of Roman pottery. The pottery burned to the ground in 1908. This vase has a full-bodied form with a side handle. It is glazed in a magnificent, organic shaded green, in a rich curdled glaze combination, which is beautifully mottled and separated, shading light and dark with every turn, and finished to a soft satin sheen. The close up glaze photos show the detail of the glaze quite well. This handled vase is unmarked to my eye, but guaranteed to be vintage Merrimac Pottery. It is in very good condition, with restoration to a couple of surface chips at the rim, which are not obvious to the naked eye. This Merrimac vessel makes a wonderfully organic Arts & Crafts presentation!