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Vintage Hall's Boston Dresdin Blue Six Cup Tea Pot Circa 1944

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Vintage Hall's Boston Dresdin Blue Six Cup Tea Pot Circa 1944.

This is another beauty produced by Hall's China. I am proud to share with you the history of this outstanding Company, and it is still in business today in East Liverpool, Ohio, once the china capital of the World.

Hall China Company was founded by Robert Hall in 1903. Hall's China developed 47 new colors and developed designing and selling decorated Tea Pots. Doing research their Tea Pots were approved by The Good Housekeeping Institute, which was a first back in 1921. Their Tea Pots were made by a secret single process firing which made cracking and crazing from the heat impossible.

In all my collecting adventures I have never seen a stained Hall's Tea Pot, and I just discovered the reason for that was that t they used a white clay which was non absorbent and will not stain. So next time you want to stump your friend who knows everything vintage, pull that fact out! Your secret is safe with me.

This beauty weighs 2 lbs and measures 5 1/2" in height with her lid, and 9" from spout to handle. There are no cracks, chips and the gold trim is in great shape.

Mrs. Pattmore of Downton Abbey fame will love this for her collection of kitchen ware for serving the Staff afternoon tea, but on the flip side some one will have to explain to her about the Good Housekeeping Institute Seal of Approval.

Let's let author Julian Fellowes figure that one out in Season 3! LOL

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Vintage Hall's Boston Dresdin Blue Six Cup Tea Pot Circa 1944


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: white clay, gold trim, dresden blue glaze
  • Only ships within United States.
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