This Roseville Carnelian I vase stands 6.25" high by 6.5" across by 2.75" wide. It has a classic pillow form, with a ribbed body and inverted leafy handles, a very nice accent. Best of all, this vase is glazed in a heavy, thick blue drizzled and mottled glaze, covered in a deep purple overflow glaze, a fabulous Arts & Crafts presentation! This glaze melts one color into the other from tip to toe. This vase is doubly marked, with the usual 'Rv' ink stamp of the Carnelian I line and a black paper label of the Carnelian II line, and is guaranteed to be vintage Roseville. This vessel was likely first produced in the 1920s, and was used as floor stock to make Carnelian I line forms into Carnelian II glazes, or perhaps Line III glazes. We've seen a number of these pots over the years, and the effect is rather striking. This handsome vessel is in factory original condition, no apologies. If you loke Roseville oddities, this is a good one!