Van Briggle pottery has now joined Roseville as a target of widespread fakes and reproductions. Reports and examples of forgeries have been seen and purchased across the United States from Florida to California. The new pieces seem to be the most numerous in Ohio and Indiana.
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Founded in Fultonham, Ohio, by Samuel Weller, at one point around Weller Pottery was the largest pottery in the country. The most valuable Weller pottery are the early hand-decorated pieces. Afterthe company made only molded pottery until the company closed in
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The piece has a great Art Nouveau style and depicts a semi-nude woman standing next to a trumpet-shaped vase. There are leaves near her feet and a vine-like ridge is molded around the neck of the vase below the opening. The glaze is a wonderful turquoise color with a matte finish known as "Ming Blue".
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Popular designs that sell well are often reworked by artists in slightly different versions or colors. Artus Van Briggle is a potter who worked at the Rookwood pottery in Ohio and then at his own pottery in Colorado. Van Briggle designed many vases in the early s that are still being made. An Art Nouveau-style woman was wrapped around the vase.