Blue ceramic vase with fat round bottom and a short narrow neck with a round opening at the top. Blue is flecked with white spots. Dark brown/black design near base going up the side of the case. Similar design on the neck of the vase.
A stand with a narrow, decorated post and a wide, shallow plate top. The column is made of a young male child holding a large grouping of flowering plants. At his feet on the base are large leaves with fruit throughout.
The white earthenware body is molded with a figural putto column beneath stylized flowers and fruit above a round foot. The piece is hand decorated in multiple bright and natural colors in the Vienna Secessionist palette. The round foot is cobalt blue, the whole was overglazed in a glossy, clear glaze.