- Artist: Doulton Pottery (Maker)
- Medium: Glazed earthenware
- Geographical Location: Lambeth, England
- Dates: 1904
- Dimensions: 14 x 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. (35.6 x 11.4 x 11.4 cm)
- Markings: On bottom:
Impressed: [company logo, lion above crown "ROYAL DOULTON/ENGLAND" (mark in use 1902-1922); "e" [within shield] (this is date letter for 1904)
Incised: "F"; "LB"; "44"; "[irregular artist mark]"
Painted: small brown cross
- Collection: Decorative Arts
- Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, 5H24, 8E
- Accession Number: 2007.41.3
- Image: CUR.2007.41.3.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, Nov 30, 2011
Beige body; overall mottled grey ground. Tall elongated form that tapers to pronounced foot-rim at base and tapers above to narrow neck with flared lip and flattened rim. Body divided into six sections by thin vertical blue rectangular stripes outlined with heavy slip. Each long blue vertical rectangular topped by a blue tear drop-shape containing a light blue circle with crescent of applied white beads. Six similar but larger tear drops at bottom of vase between blue rectangular dividers. Rim brown and interior dark blue.