Samuel A. Weller founded Weller Pottery in Fultonham, Ohio in 1873, making clay flowerpots.  His business flourished and by 1893 he had begun under-glazing slip-decorated pottery.  His production grew quickly into the 1920s with a variety of original and ‘borrowed’ creations.  By 1935, Weller pottery abandoned hand-decoration and produced only molded pottery.  In early 1948 Weller Pottery ceased production.

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