This lovely teapot by Weller is finished in a glossy finish. The forest line was designed by Rudolph Lorder and manufactured in the late teens to 1928. Matt finish was typical, but the gloss was more scarce. Information about forest can be found on pages 168 & 169 in the Collector's Encyclopedia of Weller by Sharon and Bob Huxford as well as in Warman's Weller Pottery by Denise and David Rago on pages 140-141. This piece shows the detail of a crisp mould. It has the impressed WELLER stamp on the bottom. After purchasing this piece, I discovered a hairline crack around the spout area extending to the outside. As a result, the price is low for a specimen of this line and finish. Among pottery collectors. This would be considered a good shelf piece.
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