Signed Louwelsa #627 on the base, this rare decanter clock form is also pictured in the “The Collectors Encyclopedia of Weller Pottery by Sharon and bob Huxford. It does not have the clock movement. Louwelsa was made from 1896-the first decade of the 1900s. It is one of the most beautiful and rare of Weller lines and was named with a combination of his daughter’s name and Weller (in honor of his daughter). It measures 9” high, with beautiful hand painted slip Underglaze flower and signature superb shading. The condition is very good with the exception of one glaze chip on the base as pictured. A superb rarity for a collector of Weller. The glaze chip is not in a problem area for complete restoration and has been severely discounted for the damage.
This art pottery is from a lifetime collection of over 120 Hull pottery pieces and also includes several other art pottery pieces we will offer. See the picture of one of the Hull showcases as it was shown in her home. The collection includes very desirable patterns, large examples, sets, clocks, figurals, and scarce pieces. Be sure and mark our site to watch for this collection as we work to get it all up for sale. (ls-126)
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Item ID: ls 126