This large Weller jardiniere in the Clinton Ivory line is distinctive because of the unusual handles in the form of a monk's head. I have not been able to find other examples of this form.
The jardiniere has a 8-3/4" diameter, and is 7-1/4" high. There is a single short hairline that goes over the lip of the jardiniere above one of the handles. I've taken 2 close-up photos of it. No other cracks, chips, or repairs. There is overall glaze crazing, as is typical of these pots.
The mark is die-cast and impressed "WELLER". I date this jardiniere c. 1910-25.
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