WELLER FLORAL VASE , LOVELY ART POTTERY
Weller Pottery began production in 1872. With the addition of Lonhuda, Weller began production of Louwelsa. Louwelsa would become one of Weller's most popular lines and ultimately included over 500 different shapes of vases and bowls. By 1906 many of the more popular, hand-decorated Weller pottery patterns such as Aurelian, Eocean, Etna, Modeled Matte, Art Nouveau were already in production. The Weller Hudson line was developed in the late teens to early 20s and to this day remains among the highest quality, hand decorated pottery ever produced. Weller pottery continued to produce high quality pottery into the 1930s. By 1935, Weller pottery abandoned hand decoration and produced only molded pottery. In early 1948 Weller pottery ceased production.
This Weller blossom style vase has shades of light blue with a beautiful pink flower on one side and green leaves on the other. It is a delightful example of the fine pottery designs that made Weller Potter Company such a great success. This piece is incised with “Weller Pottery Since 1872” on the bottom
This is in excellent shape for the age, Free of any cracks, chips or repairs.
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9” Tall x 4 ½ Wide
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