I cannot seem to locate this pattern. There is a makers number on the bottom #26. It weight is approximately 1 pound 11 ounces. The finish is gloss and the color is olive green. The clay is beige in color. Dryden and Rosemeade used this type of clay. To me this looks like a 1920-1930’s or earlier vase. It is in great condition. No chips or cracks. There is surface crazing in gloss commensurate with its age. Please note, all bright white in pictures are reflections from the camera and not chips or cracks. It measures 6-7/8 inches tall and 5-1/4 inches in diameter. The rim measures 3-1/2 inch square and the bottom measures 2-7/8 inches in diameter. This vase is stunning and would make a great addition to your collection.
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Vintage American Jardiniere Celery Stock Trees Heavy Clay Green Numbered 26 Pottery Vase