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Hall Stoneware Teapot. Rhythm 0570. Art Deco. Eames Era. Mid Century. Atomic age Design

d e s c r i p t i o n

Smooth Black Matte finish measuring 6 inches tall by 9 inches wide. Four to six cup capacity depending on the ounce of your cup.

It does not look used at all. In fact it is flawless as far as usage goes. There are manufacturing imperfections described below:

Inside the lip of the lid is an 1/4 inch area that is definitely not from wear, but in the manufacturing process.

The curves or waves have drip looking areas on the lower two sides. One row or side has one drip and the other row or side has two. Both are the lower rows toward the bottom.

I tried to photograph them but they are nearly impossible to see unless you are holding the teapot upside down. It is viewable in photo 3 and the reflection of the same.

They are not noticible when using the teapot in the normal tea pouring manner.

It in no way takes away from the striking beauty of this very rare Hall teapot!

There is no maker mark as is customary in Hall china.

If you require more photo's please convo me. I have many of them. More than will fit here.

No chips No dings No use marks.

Some Hall China history:

The Hall China Company was started by Robert Hall in 1903 in East Liverpool, Ohio. A short year later he died. The management of the business was taken over by his son who was also named Robert.

The company produced items such as mugs, jugs, bedpans and struggled to survive. In 1910 vandals broke into the plant and destroyed or damaged much of the equipment necessary to make pottery & china.

Robert bounced back & in 1911 they developed a single fire formula that made their wares nonporous, strong and craze proof. Business increased and in 1919 they purchased the Goodwin Pottery Company plant and began making teapots.

In 1927 an additional plant was added and the variety of different wares increased yet again. Do to their tremendous growth, construction on a new facility to replace all three locations was opened in 1930. Now Hall's product line included cooking china, teapots, tableware and coffee makers. In 2003 Hall celebrated its 100 year anniversary.

The company is still in business today.

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Vintage Hall Teapot Pottery Stoneware Art Deco Atomic Eames Era Mid Century Black


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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