DeLee Art Pottery produced this planter figurine known as Nina Circa 1940s. She has long brown hair, with a white apron and her dress, vest, and kerchief has hand painted flowers on them. She is standing there holding out the apron that reveals a hole on each side to be used as a planter or vase. There is a small light stain on the apron that we couldn't capture on film. She also has a firing defect of her hand as shown in pictures, as you can see it doesn't go through as the back picture shows it is solid and she does have a fine crazing all over which is common with pieces from this time period. On the back you will find the original Silver and Black Delee sticker and on the bottom it is embossed DeLee Art © LA 43 USA Hollywood. The inside of the planter vase looks like it was never used.