Dating weller pottery marks
They are probably best known for for their Louwelsa, Burnt Wood and Graystone lines of pottery.
Sam died in 1925 and left the business to his nephew Harry.
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This circular mark features the words "Weller Ware" printed on either side of a stylized jug symbol.He produced strictly utilitarian pieces such as jugs, jars, tiles and tableware that he sold locally.About 1889 Sam moved to Zanesville, OH, where he was influenced by local pottery artists who were making more ornamental pieces.He basically had two styles, or methods in producing wares.First was the relatively quick, mostly mechanical method, that could keep fairly well done pieces inexpensive.
The Hudson mark is an incised mark found on pieces in Weller's Hudson line.