This is a Bohemian Czech red art glass vase. The maker is Von Poschinger. The date is circa the 1930s.
The vase is 10" high, 5 ¾" wide at the mouth, and 3 5/8" wide at the bottom.
The mouth has a 5-way crimp with a clear edge rim.
The glass is one of the stretch glasses that Poschinger produced, mostly visible on the inside mouth, giving a pleasant appearance or texture to the glass. There is a gold and blue iridescence on the glass. There is a lot of amber in the glass, as can be seen when the vase is viewed from the bottom.
The Poschinger glass is sometimes mistaken for Imperial Glass, particularly on the red pieces. However I have a signed Poschinger vase in blue glass in my shop, and it is easy to look it up and compare the two pieces to see the similarities.
The pontil is round, indented and polished.
There are no chips, nicks or cracks. There is something on the inside of the vase on the bottom that I was unable to get out.