A very lovely Weller pottery vessel from their 'Burntwood or Claywood" line. The style was created in 1907 by Rudolf Lorber & made through until about 1912 in a line replete with an amazing number of designs. Done in a simple yet elegant dark brown over natural white or tan clay, the graphic designs of these pieces make them a stand out among art pottery lines and highly collectable. If you can find a few of them, they look absolutely gorgeous grouped together.
This one measures 6" h x 4.5" w. It has a wee old flea bite on the inner lip of the opening so tough to see. Wonderful graphic mix of florals & what almost looks like a sand dollar design. Unmarked.