Minton Secessionist Shape 3508 is one of the more beautiful Secessionist shapes, a tall vase with unusually elegant handles. Unusual handles are very characteristic of the Secessionist range, but many are also vulnerable to damage and a collector should inspect for restoration. This shape is usually decorated in an art nouveau floral pattern possibly representing petunias and is often in the green and ochre colourway illustrated.
A more unusual pattern is the stylised tulip pattern in blue which suits the shape of the vase extremely well.
There is a watercolour drawing from the Minton archive which shows Shape 3508 in two more designs, but I have never seen them ‘in the flesh’.