I judge the pot or vase by how crisp the mold is and how well the color was applied. This one has a very crisp mold and the color is dark Coffee Brown in the crevices. It's a substantial size. The roses are done in a very arts and crafts style with a slight bow to art nouveau in the flow.
In 1908, Rudolph Lorber developed Dechiwo, which led to Burntwood, Claywood. Claywood has panels where Burntwood does not. Collecting Burntwood/Claywood it's especially nice because of the number of designs they make a great display.
It is rare to find a piece that has an impressed Mark. This like most in this line does NOT have an impressed mark. But you can find it in Weller Guide by Huxford. It is now well documented. Condition: no chips or cracks minor glaze rubs as to be expected with this line.Please review all photos photos. Size: 6.5 high X 6.5 diameter. Truly a piece for those who specialize In collecting Burntwood/Claywood but also for those wanting an excellent representation of each line Weller made. My husband and I collected it over for decades but it is time. Thank you for stopping by and appreciating the beauty that is American art pottery. The item "Weller Pottery Burntwood Roses Arts & Crafts Vase c1910" is in sale since Saturday, October 30, 2021. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Pottery & Glassware\Vases".
The seller is "mmf" and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped to United States.