Measures just 7" tall by 4" wide. Marked "Germany 578/16"
About the Maker (from wikipedia):
West German Art Pottery is essentially a term describing the time period of 1949-1990 and became the early way to describe the pottery because the country of origin was often the only "mark" on the base. Even though company names are now better known, and many items are attributed to specific makers, the more generic term "West German pottery" remains in common use. "Fat Lava" is a popular term that refers to a fairly small subcategory of glazes but is all too often improperly used as a synonym for W. German pottery. While, World War II ended in 1945, the next 4 years were the "zone" era with the country into the "US Zone", "Russian/Soviet Zone", "British Zone", and "French Zone", and it was 1949 when the East/West division replaced the zones.