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Kovels Antiques: Weller pottery art continues to be popular

Published 03/02/2012, INFORUM

Weller pottery was first made in 1872 in Fultonham, Ohio, but by 1882, Weller had moved to Zanesville, one of the main cities where pottery was made in Ohio. Hundreds of thousands of pieces of decorative art pottery and florist wares were made at Weller Pottery before it closed in 1948. It was a profitable pottery because its products were designed in the prevailing fashion and appealed to buyers.

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