This beautiful small Gouda pottery vase was made in Holland. The background exterior is a mottled gray with floral designs over it. The flowers combine colors of gold, brown, yellow, blue and lavender. The leaves are brown and rust in color. Turquoise and brown dots surround the main flower stem. There are brown rings decorating both the top and the bottom. The interior is a dark sea green in color. The mark is brown with what appears to be numbers at top and bottom. The pattern seems to be either Gomo or Como. The words Holland and Gouda appear above and below the little house which is the PZH logo. I am unable to make out the date marks, but believe the vase is circa 1930-40. The vase stands 3 3/4 inches tall and is about 2 3/4 inches at its widest point. There are no chips, nicks or cracks, but there are areas of crazing on the exterior. This is a beautiful example of the potter's art.