Anyway, the focus of the auction was actually primitives and pocket knives, but they did have a few dozen pieces of early American art pottery, including 5 pieces of Weller art pottery. The common pieces went pretty much as expected, in the $35-$45 range, and was nothing of note really. However, a nice piece of Dickensware showed up on one of the tables, and the bidding got busy.
I had inspected it closely prior to the action and felt confident that it was original with no restoration. The winning bid came in at $200, and I think whomever grabbed it got a pretty good deal.
I checked the auctions this coming week to see what vintage Weller pottery deals might be hiding out there but found very little. See you next time!