During the late 1920s into the early 1930s, the Weller pottery company of Ohio produced and marketed several lines of blended glaze pieces using simple art deco shapes. One such line was called Juneau, incorporating blended pink and mauve hues to create an abstract strap leaf-like design falling down from the top rim, circling the body. The actual production of this pattern was from the late 1920s until the early 1930s around the same time other lines such as Greenbriar and Turkis were also marketed. Usually colored in pink, mauve and red shades, this example also includes areas of blue and green, highly unusual for this line. The vase stands just under 8 1/4” tall, the top spans 4 1/2” handle to handle and 3 1/2” across the base. Clearly marked with the Weller Ware logo and the number 2. This numerical notation must refer to the actual decorator although I am unaware of the individual. This item is in factory original condition with no damage or repairs noted. Clean on the inside showing no residue or staining from use. I will mention in several spots near the base some darker color smudge marks obviously occurring during the decorating/painting process prior to the final firing. Not a distraction nor a deterrent, mentioned for accuracy. A fantastic example, very bright coloring ready for springtime.