Vintage Weller Pottery Wild Rose Brown Pottery Vase


This vintage Weller Pottery brown vase is regal in stature and then boldly decorated with a large creamy wild flower. The flowers and leaves are raised giving a great texture and depth to the piece
It stands 10" x 6" top opening and a 4" base
There is crazing which can be seen in pictures and a hairline crack.
The bottom has the makers mark
Although flawed it is still a very highly collectable pottery line

Little is known about the Wellington Pottery. 
It was established in 1797 at 50 Wesleyan St  in the East end of Glasgow, using local clays to make redware.  
Adam Cubie took over in 1830, having previously been a potter in Prestonpans. He died in 1844 and the pottery passed to his son-in-law, John Williamson. 
The business was sold in 1894 to Austin & McDonald, who moved the pottery to North Canal Bank in Port Dundas.  It closed in 1934.
“Adam Cubie, who was succeeded by Adam C Williamson, established the  Wellington Pottery in  1797  at 50 Wesleyan Street, Gallowgate, Glasgow , where, by 1889, it covered a 4,000 square yard site and employed around 50 people. The company later relocated to 604 Gallowgate Street, Glasgow, and by 1929 was operating at North Canal Bank Street, Glasgow. The pottery specialised in ornamental flower pots and vases which were traded all over the UK. The company appears to have ceased trading in the mid-20th century prior to 1953.”

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