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This Weil Ware "Brentwood" Creamer in Celadon green was made sometime between 1946 and 1954 when the manufacture of Weil Ware ended with the death of Max Weil. The mid century Brentwood pattern features hand-decorated, raised, white dogwood flowers with pink centers on deep brown branches with green leaves. Matching branches without flowers decorate the opposite side of the creamer. The soft and pretty Celadon green background is slightly deeper than the pictures show.
This California pottery creamer measures 6-1/8 inches long by 4 inches wide and 2-1/2 inches deep. Like the sugar, there is no mark on the creamer, but the matching vegetable bowls carry the Weil Ware Burro Logo.
This piece is in good condition. There is a 3/8 inch hairline crack about an inch from the spout that nearly disappears in the right light. This still makes a nice set with the matching sugar available.
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Weil Ware 'Brentwood' Mid Century Creamer in Celadon Green
$10 USD SOLD
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