The Hungarian Romanian piggy banks with “flowers” are difficult to identify. Usually there is only a painter's mark (number) underneath. And sometimes a brand or there is still a sticker on it, like this one. And you know that this piggy bank is made of Hungarian folk pottery from the period 1953-1992, published under the auspices of NEPI IPARMUVEZETI TANACS (1953-1992); Folk Applied Arts Council, Council for Applied Folk Arts. Honestly I don't know who made it yet, but the provenance is starting to take shape. If you know what I mean. Length 13.5 cm.