This porcelain vase was produced in Germany by Royal Rudolstadt in the late 19th century. The vase is 5 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches wide. Its appearance is similar to porcelains produced by Royal Worcester in the same time period. The outer shell of porcelain has a cream colored matte finish. The inside of the vase and the core vessel is pure white with a high glaze. The outer shell is reticulated in a honey-combed manner. That part has gold beads and gilded trim painted by hand. The inner vase shows through 3 round openings of the outer shell. There are art nouveau style flowers, painted in gold and bronze. The vase is extremely fragile and rare.