We have here quite an obscure line by the Weller pottery company, a Greenbriar vase. Produced in limited quantities in the early 1930s, this line presented similar glaze effects as the Turkis and Greora pieces marketed at the same time period. Greenbriar examples start with a bright green base with overglazes of maroon and a frothy white, resulting in thick coating often running down the sides. These pieces often required additional grinding of the base rim for stabilization. Considered by one reference as quite rare and valuable for the later Weller patterns. These shapes are often simple yet elegant Art Deco styles which actually enhances the glaze and blends colors. This piece stands 6 1/2” tall with the opening measuring 5 1/4” diameter. I have thoroughly cleaned this vase and can find no damage or repairs whatsoever. No staining on the inside from use, a view of the interior shows the actual glaze running almost to the very bottom. On the bottom of the outside I have pictured three distinct kiln stilt marks, very common with heavy glazed examples. This is an absolute must for any art deco, arts and crafts or MCM decor. Please enjoy the multiple pictures.