I would not mind having a name for this Sansevieria, but I'm not sure that's possible unless it's been in the trade recently with a label. I got it two or three months ago, at a respectable plant shop, but it didn't have a tag. It should now be called Dracaena, but most of the material I've found still calls it Sansevieria. I've ruled out S. volkensii or S. aff volkensii, from the description at Sansevieria volkensii in Global Plants on JSTOR of "distinct furrows extending from base to apex on the sides and back ...". Names of somewhat similar plants are S. 'Stellette' (hybrid of Syn. S. trifasciata 'Stellette' (BSGW 10142), hybrid from S. trifasciata 'Silver Queen' x S aethiopica by B. J. Chahinian, as seen at Sansevieria 'Stellete' | Syn. S. trifasciata 'Stellette' (BS… | Flickr; S. 'Fernwood Mikado' (hybrid of Sansevieria parva and Sansevieria suffruticosa, as seen at Sansevieria Fernwood Features and Care - Snake Plant Care), though I think my leaves are too long. [Edited May 21, 2023: my leaves are longer, some new ones approaching a meter, but this link doesn't work now. This is maybe similar: Sansevieria Fernwood Care ― Best Kept Secrets! (plantophiles.com), or Snake Plant / Dracaena (Sansevieria) "Fernwood" (plantsam.com). The longest leaf is a little over a half meter. The leaves are smooth, tough and almost round but they have a ridge (concave channel) along the inside. It's not in very good light, so I hope it's pretty forgiving.