This item is a "Cornish" pattern flower bowl with original flower frog bottom marked, "Weller Pottery" in script with no mark on the frog. The piece is 12 1/2" wide at the tab handles, 2 5/8" deep, by 6 5/8" across the foot, and the frog is 1 3/8" tall by 4 1/4" in diameter. The pattern is pictured on page 331 of "The Collector's Encyclopedia of Weller Pottery" by Sharon and Bob Huxford, but the piece is not shown. The bowl has a creamy yellow interior and outer upper rim that shades to a light brown on the underside, with four horizontal rings near the top, The central decoration consists of five berries on a stem with green leaves above them, and the berries are repeated on the reverse. The bowl has light crazing on the upper edge and a drying fissure on the interior that does not go through, and the frog has a chip on the foot that can't be seen when sitting. There are two glaze skips on the underside of the bowl, but there are no chips, hairlines, or repairs on the item. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.
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