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Weller Pottery, Forest Pitcher, High Gloss Glaze, Crisp

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For Sale I have a wonderful piece of Art Pottery made by The Weller Pottery Company of Zanesville, Ohio. The pattern is "Forest" and the shape is a Pitcher. The Pitcher stands 6 1/4" tall and is 6 7/8" wide from the tip of the spout to the outside handle measurement.

The Pitcher displays a Forest Scene on both sides and the pattern or mold is very crisp. The colors are very vivid. There is a stream in the foreground that is glazed in a light blue as well as the Blue Sky in the background. There are trees in the foreground that have leaves that are done in a raised relief. The tree trunks and branches are glazed in a light to medium Sienna Brown. The trees that are further in the woods are glazed mostly in a lighter green and this helps to create depth to the scene. The Handle of this delightful Pitcher is molded into the form of a branch coming out from the foremost tree trunk. This is all done in a High Gloss Glaze and resembles the look of Majolica. It is very Rare to find pieces of this Forest Pattern done in this Hi-Gloss manner.

The piece is considered to be in Excellent Condition as there are no chips, cracks, nicks or dings. There is some crazing that is evident on the Interior Cream Colored glaze. This also shows on the rim and bottom as well. The crazing is very minor on the scene portion of this Pitcher and you really have to look for it and can only be seen upon close inspection. The piece is unsigned but guaranteed to be Weller "Forest" Pattern Line. It does have a number "2" in freehand Black ink underneath the High Gloss Glaze which is probably the finishers mark.

This Pitcher was made Circa 1918-1935 from Weller's Middle Period.

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Go to Clements Antiques of New Hampshire's website.

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