This hard to find Weil Ware "Brentwood" Oval Vegetable Bowl in Celadon green was made sometime between 1946 and 1954.
The Brentwood pattern features hand-decorated, raised, white dogwood flowers with pink centers on deep brown branches with green leaves inside the rim of the bowl. Two matching branches without flowers decorate the opposite inside of the bowl. The soft and pretty Celadon green background is slightly deeper than the pictures show.
There are two bowls offered here. Each California pottery bowl measures 10-1/4 inches long by 7-inches wide and 2-1/2 inches deep.
The Burro logo is in the center of the words "Hand Decorated/Weil Ware/Made in California/Des.Pat.Appl.For" arched above and below. "Brentwood" is arched over the top of the backstamp on one bowl only. This backstamp is deep gray, the mark on the other bowl is brown.
The production of Weil Ware ended with the death of Max Weil in 1954.
Each bowl has glaze flakes with some small discoloration around the rim. The worst of these is 1/2-inch long on a bowl with one other pinpoint-sized nick. The other bowl has six of these places, the worst no more than 1/4-inch long. Each bowl also has some minor darkening of the inside rim. Please look carefully at the pictures. None of these flaws detract much from the beauty of these special hand-painted bowls.