This piece of pottery is really interesting and unique in its design. Designed to look like a large long green stem with two peach four pedal flowers and two light mint green leaves. The piece appears to be a vase as it has an opening and is hollow lengthwise. The vase length is 14 ¾ inches long and is 3 ½ inches tall at its highest point. The flowers are 3 ¼ inches wide and the light green leaves have jagged edges and are 3 ½ inches long. The green leaves lay along the green "stem" lengthwise. The peach flowers have shadowing on the pointed edges and raised "spaghetti" type centers in a light tan brown color. The dark green stem has realistic bumps and ridges on its surface. I find no marks of identification on this piece. My only guess on its maker is that I have found one similarly made in stem design with an entirely different look in a Haeger book from the 1940's. My caveat though is that there was a lot of duplication of types of designs between pottery companies so I cannot say what company made this wonderful piece. I find a bit of roughness on a couple of the points on the flower tips and one light green leaf. None of these can be determined to be chips just roughness I believe of the pottery.