This old piece of pottery was made by the Weller Art Pottery Company. The pitcher is done in the beautiful high gloss glaze that is well known as the Louwelsa line that was made from about 1896 to 1924. The ewer has a narrow neck, a fluted spout and a decorative handle. It has rich colors and is quite attractive with a floral design of two yellow flowers and green foliage subtlety decorating the front. In the bulbous area below the handle are initials which are probably the artist’s signature. I can’t be certain but it looks like LQ. On the bottom is the impressed Louwelsa Weller half circle seal trademark. It is also stamped with the numbers X104 7. I believe this particular mark was used from 1896 into the early 1900’s.
It measures about 7” tall and 5” in diameter at the wide middle. It is in very good condition with minimal wear and no chips, cracks or other damage.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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