Very unusual Royal Worcester porcelain pink floral blush Ivory sack top round vase with gold gilt circa 1888. There is a beautiful hand painted motive of Pink flowers with leaves and vines. This vase is approximately 6.25 inches at the tallest point and approximately 5.50 inches in diameter at the widest point. There is wear to the gold gild on the rope, top edge of the vase and some leaves and berries. On the backside of the vase on an inside fold is a small flat chip as shown in the pictures which isn't seen when the vase is displayed properly and there are also are some pin point glaze pops within the folds of the top. The bottom had the Royal Worcester Mark with the small letter z underneath which means this piece was produced 1888, there is also a 511 embossed in the porcelain and the initial J. which was probably the gilder, and another we can't make out. Don't let this piece slip by, as there are not many pieces of this shape that can be found.