The jade green inlays on the light green surface of this vase look like patches, as if, in the process of construction, holes had been torn and needed to be repaired. The jagged edges reinforce this perception. I often lean towards more classic shapes and beautiful curves. I am therefore intrigued by this process of creating a slab to produce a vase that appears to have been pieced together from torn and discarded parts.
This vase is approximately 13.5" tall. Raku is a low fire process and therefore not waterproof. This piece is purely decorative. If you wanted to use it for flowers, you could put some water and the stems into a Ziploc bag and zip it as closed as possible. Then hide the top of the bag below the edge of the rim of the vase.