This vase was created by stacking bisque pots in a pit with wood, sawdust, copper, seasalt, and other combustable and reactive materials. When the materials are fired they will fume & react to one another to create colorful patterns on the surface of the pots. This is a primitive form of firing and does not seal the vase. A clear coating has been applied to the surface to retain the colors. It cannot hold water but can still display flowers as long as they are kept in a bag of water or a cup is placed on the inside of the vase. This is roughly 9in tall.