It's a vase! Vases are one of my favorite things to use (and to make). When I was a kid, my Grandma had a tall vase sitting in the corner of her dining room filled with peacock feathers. I still don't know the story behind the feathers, but it was pretty much the fanciest use of a vase my 8 year old brain could imagine. Small vases in a group, vases filled with interesting twigs, cuttings from the yard or flowers brighten up and change a space.
This vase was initially created on the potter's wheel. After drying a bit, I carved texture into the surface. The interior of the vase is glazed but the exterior was left raw. I like the bone-like quality of unglazed porcelain and how it interacts with delicate flower petals.
The vase marked with a red asterisk indicates this listing. Measures 9 inches tall.