Still popular today, the Weller pottery Coppertone line was originally introduced in the late 1920s during the Art Deco period. Pieces were produced in assorted shape and size vases as well as figural examples primarily in the shape of frogs, turtles and fish. Many times these creatures attached to assorted bowls and vases. They also were used as additions in ponds and fountains both with and without the ability to emit water. This particular example would be considered the medium size fountain frog which would sit possibly at the top of a fountain or beside a pool with a hose spraying water out of a hole in his mouth. The frog stands 5 3/4” tall to the top of its head, measures 6 1/2” long and 6” wide. In excellent condition with no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. Color is fantastic, exemplary of this popular line of Weller pottery. A super example to add to your collection! I have included many different pictures of this item.