Like a walk in the woods…these vases take you deep into the forest. The Japanese call it “forest bathing,” an experience that is said to produce positive changes in the body. The Weller pottery company captured everything but the woodsy smell in these jardinieres (also called cache pots.) The dimensional Woodcraft Forest pattern was created in 1920s in muted tones of greens, browns, creams, and blues that meld together like an impressionist painting.
The larger of the two pots measures 7 ¾” at the opening and stands 6 ½” high. The other pot has a 6” opening and stands 5 ¼” high. Each has a swirl glaze on the interior and three small feet at the bottom. Neither is signed. The larger of the two has a retailer’s inventory number on the bottom along with the 1920s purchase price of $4.25 (purchased by my grandmother in the depression years).
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