This is an English hard paste porcelain vase. The maker is Royal Worcester. The date is the 19th century, circa 1892.
The vase is 6 1/4" high and 3" wide at the bottom.
The shape number is 1528 and Royal Worcester lists it as a "Plain Vase."
The shape has a round lower belly and a long stick neck, perfect for use as a bud vase for a shorter stemmed flower. There is a band of gold trim around the top, and lines of gold trim where the belly meets the neck. Flowers and leaves are hand painted on the belly and neck and outlined in gold; there are some blue daisies with yellow center, some purple flowers, some pink blossoms and some small red buds.
The outside is the typical Royal Worcester ivory blush with some shading. The interior of the vase is glazed.
There is a mold line down each side of the vase.
There are no nicks, chips, cracks or crazing. There is minimal wear to the gold trim.
It is the standard printed Royal Worcester mark in purple with Royal Worcester England below, and one dot. The Rd No is 171451. There is also some hand enameled lettering.