Weller Pottery 1898-1910 Aurelian Blackberry and Leaves Ewer #569 K

The Weller Aurelian line was developed and produced in 1898 until 1910. It is very similar to the Louwelsa line but the splash of gold, orange, and deep blue streaked glaze sets it apart. The hand painted, ornate decorations vary from hunting scenes to delicate flowers. Aurelian has slightly more value than the Louwelsa. This line is likely to have crazing due to the firing high gloss manufacturing process.

Here we have an outstanding, large example of a 13 1/4 inch tall Aurelian Ewer that is under glazed slip painted by the artist. The blackberries and leaves have outstanding detail. This is a beautiful piece to display and the pictures do not do it justice.

Outstanding ewer with no chips, no cracks, no repairs, one slight scratch to body that is undetectable. As you can see by the pictures, this does have very fine underglaze crazing which is barely detectable when viewing this in person. The white dots are light reflections as well as the white square-shaped reflections. The high gloss makes it difficult to photograph.

Guaranteed authentic. Appropriately signed Aurelina Weller. All pictures are original and un-edited. Height: 13 1/4 ", Rim: 3' x 3 5/8", Base: 3 1/2"

  • Model: K2381
  • Shipping Weight: 5.0000lbs
  • 1 Unit(s) in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Weller
  • Weller Pottery 1898-1910 Aurelian Blackberry and Leaves Ewer #569 K

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