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This beauty was produced by the Hall China Company. The Company was founded by Robert Hall in 1903 in East Liverpool, Ohio. Hall China developed 47 new colors and developed designing and selling decorated tea pots. Unfortunately in the early 1940's due to the popularity of increased preference of coffee by the buying public, tea pot production decreased. Hall China is still in business today and continues to make a treasured product in East Liverpool, Ohio.
The New York Pattern tea pot was added to the Gold decorated line from the institutional line in 1920. In the ensuing years it became one of the most successful of Hall's Tea Pot Styles. It will be fond in more colors, sizes and decorations than any other Hall tea Pot. The New York shape was also used in many of the decal lines.
The tea Pot is 7"tall X11 1/2" wide measuring from spout to handle. This piece holds 12 cups and is a rare find for the size and condition. This Tea pot is in excellent shape, no cracks, nicks or crazing, actually in pristine condition. The Tea Pot weighs in at 3 1/2 lbs.
This would be a wonderful gift for a vintage collector, or what a great excuse if you should happen to have a yellow kitchen. This piece will be enjoy and used for generations.
Call Carson, and let him know this piece will be a great addition to Mrs. Pattmore's kitchen ware, especially for afternoon tea for the staff of Downton Abbey.
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