I do not recognize the markings on the bottom of this very attractive porcelain vase, but the piece appears French in design and dates to the late 19th to early 20th Century.
The vase stands a bit over 7 3/4" tall and is 2 3/4' wide at the neck. The background color is white - with an allover pattern made to look like tiny egg shells. On top of that are garlands of hand painted flowers . My favorite part is the top, which has a pierced design which is surrounded by garlands of roses all done in bronze ormolu.
The underneath of the vase is marked RVR in blue with a flower inside a shield. There is also an embossed shield design and embossed numbers 5090. In addition there is writing in red that says 224S and 1105.
All that writing should make it an important piece. It is in good overall condition. There is some brown staining on the inside bottom. Obviously it was used to hold flowers, which I am sure you could still do, making for a very pretty arrangement.
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