This vase, marked "Mintons England" depicts a cherub with wings holding onto a fluted trumpet-shaped vase with scalloped edges, and leaves at the base. Made of a semi-porcelain, it is marked "Mintons England est. 1793 [globe mark], and "18th. Cent.. Staffordshire Salt Glaze" [which is the name of the pattern]. This mark was used between 1912-1950. It stands approximately 7" high, and has an approx. 4" diameter base. It has a barely noticeable firing line behind the cherub's neck, approximately 1/4" long. Color is white, with a shiny glaze.