A stylish Doulton Lambeth art deco twin handled paneled vase by renowned artist William Rowe and dating from around 1918. The stoneware vase is of tall bulbous shape and stands on a narrow round unglazed foot the lower body formed with stylized petal panels alternately decorated in light and dark blue tones with incised matt brown edging. The upper body narrows to shaped rounded top with small strap handles extending from the rim. The upper body is decorated with trailing stems with small berries set against a finely incised leaf patterned ground. The stems are painted in black with small brown berries and set against a green colored ground. The vase has impressed makers marks to the base and includes assistant marks for Ethel Beard.