Weller Pottery & other Zanesville, OH Pottery Photos

Weller Pottery was made in Zanesville, OH between 1872 and 1948. It is noted for a gradient of color from top to bottom over which flowers or dogs were painted mostly on vases or pitchers of various shapes. Weller designs are sometimes confused with those of Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, OH.

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Painted flowers on Aurelian vase made for St. Louis Louisiana Purchase Exposition by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Aurelian vase made for St. Louis Louisiana Purchase Exposition by Hattie & Lillie Mitchell of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa jardinière with daffodil by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Cuspidor by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Painted flowers on Aurelian vase made for St. Louis Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Aurelian vase made for St. Louis Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904) by Hattie & Lillie Mitchell of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa jardinière with daffodil (1895-1918) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Cuspidor (c1910) by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Weller Pottery vases at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Floretta vase by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Rozane Royal vase with painted dog's face by Hester Pillsbury of Roseville Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with poppies by Hester Pillsbury of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Weller Pottery vases at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Floretta vase (1904) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Rozane Royal vase with painted dog's face by Hester Pillsbury of Roseville Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with poppies (1895-1918) by Hester Pillsbury of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Louwelsa vases at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with dog face by Lizabeth Blake of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa tankard with Indian face by Levi Burgess of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Turada lamp base by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Louwelsa vases (1895-1918) at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with dog face (1895-1918) by Lizabeth Blake of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa tankard with Indian face (1895-1918) by Levi Burgess of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Turada lamp base (1897-1998) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Weller vase with flowers showing gradation of background color at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vase in Nasturtium design by J.B. Owens Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Earthenware four-handled vase in Eocean design by Lillian B. Mitchell of Weller Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Weller Pottery vase at New Brunswick Museum. Saint John, NB.
Weller vase with flowers showing gradation of background color at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vase in Nasturtium design (c1900) by J.B. Owens Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Earthenware four-handled vase in Eocean design (c1905) by Lillian B. Mitchell of Weller Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio at New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, LA.Weller Pottery vase (c1900) at New Brunswick Museum. Saint John, NB.
Louwelsa ewer with daffodil by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Presentation vase with dragon by Frank Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with daffodil & gold trim by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Porcelain vase with red & greenish gold luster pattern by Weller Sicardo, Zanesville, OH at Lightner Museum. St Augustine, FL.
Louwelsa ewer with daffodil (1895-1918) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Presentation vase with dragon (1905) by Frank Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Louwelsa vase with daffodil & gold trim (1895-1918) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Porcelain vase with red & greenish gold luster pattern (1901-7) by Weller Sicardo, Zanesville, OH at Lightner Museum. St Augustine, FL.
Sicardo vase with iridescent colors by Sicard Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Sicardo vase with iridescent colors by Sicard Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vase with iridescent vines by Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Wisteria jug by Roseville Pottery Co. of Zanesville at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Sicardo vase with iridescent colors (1902-7) by Sicard Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Sicardo vase with iridescent colors (1902-7) by Sicard Weller of S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vase with iridescent vines (1900-7) by Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Wisteria jug (1938) by Roseville Pottery Co. of Zanesville at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Bronze Ware vase by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Chentu urn by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Blue Ware planter by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Vase by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Bronze Ware vase (1918-35) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Chentu urn (1925-36) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Blue Ware planter (before 1920) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Vase by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Louella vase by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Zanesville Stoneware Pottery vase in green at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Zanesville Stoneware Pottery vase in blue at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Topeo vase by Roseville Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Louella vase (1915-20) by S.A. Weller Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Zanesville Stoneware Pottery vase in green at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Zanesville Stoneware Pottery vase in blue at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Topeo vase (1934) by Roseville Pottery Co. at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Bowl with leaves by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Candlestick with leaves by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Silverton Basket by Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Degenhart Paperweight & Glass Museum. Cambridge, OH.Kenwood Ceramics vase by Shawnee Pottery Co. of Zanesville at Stone Academy Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Bowl with leaves by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Candlestick with leaves by a Zanesville potter at Mathews House Museum. Zanesville, OH.Silverton Basket (c1920s) by Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Degenhart Paperweight & Glass Museum. Cambridge, OH.Kenwood Ceramics vase by Shawnee Pottery Co. of Zanesville at Stone Academy Museum. Zanesville, OH.
Zanesville Bicentennial ceramic jar with Y bridge & Old Capitol motif at Stone Academy Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vessel by Jacques Sicard of Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.

Zanesville Bicentennial ceramic jar with Y bridge & Old Capitol motif at Stone Academy Museum. Zanesville, OH.Earthenware vessel (1903-7) by Jacques Sicard of Weller Pottery of Zanesville, OH at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.


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