This piece is free from chips, cracks, crazing, or loss of paint and measures 5 inches tall and 11 inches around.
The Inarco Company known as International Art Ware Corporation started in Cleveland Ohio, and was founded by Irwin Garber in 1960.
In its beginnings, the company imported ceramic and glass floral containers and giftware.
In 1986, INARCO moved to Jacksonville, Florida, after it was purchased by Japanese giftware distributor, Napco.
The company began with the name International Art ware Corporation, better known as INARCO.
A designer by trade, Garber had a penchant for the artistic side of figurines; indeed, his own wife, Roselle, is believed to have been a model for a number of the company's head vases.
The top is molded like an egg that has been cracked open and is hollow inside.