WAVERLY STUDIO
WILMETTE, IL

Waverly Studio made
Doorstops, Doorknockers, and other cast items in the 1920's and 30's.
Rosa May Pickard was the designer for Waverly Studio
She was born in Kentucky in 1886 and lived in Evanston, IL,

Rosa May Pickard held patents for the following cast iron:

Colonial Lawyer
Girl with a Bonnet
Butterfly Doorknocker May 11, 1926
Note-The wording on back
Colonial Woman Doorknocker
March 15, 1927
Colonial Man Doorknocker (4 /12 in High)
(in back view -- Note the old abbreviation for Illinois -- ILL)
(in back view -- Note the the 2 holes for screws to mount to the door)
Spanish Dancer Doorstop
in 1929
(Sketch submitted
to US Patent Office
on Right)
Tie Back
for Curtain Draperies
in 1931
(Sketch submitted
to US Patent Office
On Right)
Wall Plate
for Lighting Fixtures
in 1931
(Sketch submitted
to US Patent Office
on Right)


MARKING STYLE
For Their People Doorstops :
WS (inside triangle) -- their Trademark
and
PAT APPLIED FOR   or   PAT APPD FOR

 

For Thier Flower Baskets :
1. COPYRIGHT 1925 PATD NOV 23 1926 & WS (inside triangle) -- their Trademark
2. COPYRIGHT 1925 WAVERLY STUDIO WILMETTE ILL
3. PAT NOV 29 1926 & WS (inside triangle) -- their Trademark



NOTEABLE DOORSTOPS:

COLONIAL LAWYER
GIRL HOLDING BONNET
Several FLOWER BASKETS in 1925 & 1926
SPANISH LADY HOLDING FAN
CAT LICKING PAW