(Cats and batteries not included.)
This studio pottery vase is probably German, but the time period is uncertain. The style suggests that it could pre-WWI, Bauhaus era, but it could also be circa 1970. The only way to be certain would be by identifying the signature, but I've had no luck there. One letter is a J (probably), and the other could be a T, an F, or something else. The J is the top letter (last one incised), which suggests that it's the surname. The vase is handthrown with a soft but quietly complex glaze and a fairly light weight.
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