This is a Royal Doulton stoneware or pottery vase. The date is the early 20th century, circa 1902.
The vase is large and weighs almost eight pounds. The height is 13 ½" and 8 3/4" wide through the belly.
The belly of the vase is stippled with a brown pattern, and some color bleeding through. There is beading above and below the stippling. The neck and bottom are glazed a deep dark green with brown mottling. The interior of the neck is glazed also. The remainder of the inside and the bottom is unglazed stoneware.
There is a flake on the bottom underside that I point to in a photo with a red arrow.
There are quite a few impressed marks and one incised mark. There is the impressed mark of the lion perched over a crown over the words of Royal Doulton England. There is the impressed mark of Doulton & Slater's Patent, a mark used on on special wares. There are the impressed initials or letters of BW. There is the impressed number of 7200. There are other small impressed shapes. There is the incised number of 213.