I can't help myself. This is the last one. Really it is.
This one is a bit wider at the base, and ends up between 19 and 20 inches tall. It's ok. The good thing about it is that it uses less clay than some of the others and is actually quite light weight. This is an improvement. In fact, it buckled a bit when I lifted it off the wheel, and so it may crack at some point, but it has left a nice wobble on the rim which I like.
This one won't be wood fired, but will hopefully go in the new soda kiln, when it gets finished.