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Vintage

Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910

Billy Blue Eye

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Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910
Weller Claywood Brushed Ware Mug, 1910

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; typical rub of brown colored areas
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
clay
Size:
3.5" W x 4.5" H
Color/Finish:
beige/brown
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Formed in 1872 near Zanesville, Ohio, Sam Weller had a dream to build "the largest pottery in the world." The company's Claywood line was designed by Rudolph Lorber in 1910. The series has bands, added to hide the mold lines, separating the decoration into panels. A technique known as brushing was used to color the recessed areas of the mug. Examples often have glaze rubbing or flaking. Although unmarked, this mug is very well documented in reference books.
As described by Billy Blue Eye

About Billy Blue Eye

Our passion for collecting art pottery has been nurtured over 35 years. At Billy Blue Eye Pottery & Paintings we offer the best in vintage and antique ceramics and stoneware. As curators with comprehensive knowledge and a strong sense of design and value, we’re ready to help build your collection, find a gift for a treasured friend, or introduce you to the wonderful world of our painters. Our business is named for our dachshund Billy, who has one blue and one brown eye.