A smart little vase with a square shape that's is easy to decorate with. The Roma line was designed by Rudolph Lorber for the Sam A. Weller Pottery Company of Zanesville, Ohio and produced from 1914 - 1920. The line is characterized by an ivory background accented with garlands of flowers in pinks, greens, reds, and blue. This example is possessing excellent mold features and is not crazed as is much of the line. There is a faint stamped / impressed Weller mark on one corner of the bottom. A description of the line can be found in Warman's Weller Pottery by Denise and David Rago copyrighted 2007. This particular vase is pictured in The Collector's Encyclopedia of Weller Pottery by Sharon and Bob Huxford copyrighted 1979 on page 129. Although the mold is sharp, the underglaze decorating was a bit sloppy.
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