These Weil Ware "Brentwood" Cups and Saucers may be used to fill out your set, or they make great pieces on their own. Made by Weil of California sometime between 1946 and 1954, this pattern, Brentwood, features a hand-decorated, raised, white dogwood flower with a pink center on deep brown branches with green leaves. Matching branches without flowers decorate the opposite side of the cup and two opposite places on the saucer. Like my other pieces in this pattern, the soft and pretty Celadon green background is slightly deeper than the pictures show.
Each of these California pottery cups are 3-1/2 inches in diameter and 2-1/2 inches tall, and the matching saucer measures 6-inches in diameter. The backstamp, in brown underglaze, is only on the saucers and features the Burro Logo in the center of arched "Hand Decorated/Weil Ware/Made in California/Des.Pat.Appl.For" ("Brentwood" is arched over the top of the backstamp on the matching vegetable bowl only.) The cups are not marked and have the green glaze covering the bottom of each cup.
Two of the sets offered show no damage. Of the other two sets, one cup has glaze flakes and discoloration on the foot only, and one cup has a glaze chip on the lip. The saucers are undamaged. I have one additional cup with a 1/2 inch hairline at the top edge, and three additional saucers. One of these saucers has a small chip on the edge. These additional pieces can be included with your purchase at no additional charge.