Unknown Weller Vase Contact Seller
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Big Jim 8102 Fri Jul 23, 2004
Asking Price Condition
Pending Excellent



Description: The Huxfords have this shape on a 9 1/2" Greenbriar vase on p.303. I have never been able to put a name to the glaze on this apparently handthrown vase. Although I don't plan to sell it, any help with value or glaze name would be appreciated. Additionally, what does the "B" on the bottom mean?
Keywords: Weller Greenbriar Handmade

Comment Date: Tue Mar 15, 2005

do you think this might in fact be a burley winter pot
Comment Date: Tue Mar 15, 2005

do you think this might in fact be a burley winter pot
Comment Date: Wed Mar 16, 2005

I agree, the glaze looks like burley, but the shape is shown in more than one Weller book.
Comment Date: Fri Apr 1, 2005

see http://www.artpotteryplus.com/weller.htm
Weller Greora Strap Handle Vase
Comment Date: Wed Aug 31, 2005

I have the Greenbriar vase mentioned and the handles are different.....don't believe it's Weller.
Comment Date: Fri Sep 21, 2007

Hello, I've been pondering this pot for a year or more now. I believe I know who threw and glazed it. A fellow named Stoin M. Stoin worked at Dalton-Houghton Pottery where he produced a line of Egyptian styled ware with a similar texture to yours. After Dalton, he worked at Weller where he produced the Nile line (or certainly worked on it). The heavy indented bottom is right for D.H. There is only one, small vanity press catalog for D.H. that I know of. I still think you are correct with Weller attribution, but I'm not an expert. Regards, Fred.
Comment Date: Thu Sep 27, 2007

Several years ago a friend of mine said this was a Stoin M. Stoin glaze. He was a Niloak expert where I believe Stoin was also associated. Jim

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