This is a Bohemian Czech art glass vase dating to around 1930.
The vase is 6 ¾” high and 5” wide at the lower belly.
The glass has red and blue spatter, contained either inside a clear glass or a blue glass, hard to tell. The red could possibly be orange, with the blue making it look more red to my eye. The spatter is in globules and streaks, with the colors being more red on one side and more dark blue on the other side.
There is an applied blue glass handle on each side. The mouth edge is rounded and the mouth is crimped. The bottom has a round smooth circle where the pontil normally is.
Inside the mouth there is a burst air bubble, about 1/3” long, that is not a crack but a burst bubble. It doesn’t show up in a photo. There is a bubble on the lower belly that looks like an abrasion except that the glass is smooth, so it is contained inside of the glass. There are no nicks, chips or cracks.