This is a Hall Teapot , It is 0698, made in U. She has been published in various special interest publications, both in print and online, in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the U. Robert Hall founded the Hall China company, in Liverpool, Ohio, in 1903. Hall created teapots to match with their dinnerware patterns, and designed novelty teapots. Compare the mark you found with a list of Hall backstamps found in books or online to determine the date see References. You can sort by any title. The novelty teapots often had a short production life, an asset when dating your teapots.
There are six main stamps used by Hall. To post comments, you must be a registered user of. Your postings may be reprinted elsewhere on the site or in our print publications. Consider pattern identification as you date your Hall china teapot. Fine-tune the date of your teapot by researching the shape of your teapot. Based on the level of popularity, Hall introduced, discontinued and re-issued many teapot lines over the years.
The Birdcage Teapot, oval-shaped with a short, stubby spout, was produced during the same years. The pictures don't look as good as to seeing the teapot in front of you, it really looks better. In 1985, Hall reintroduced some of its old lines of dinnerware and teapots. Production of Hall teapots began in 1919 and continues today, along with seasonal items, collectibles, kitchenware and serving pieces. To identify and date Hall teapots, use the backstamp and the shape.
Please remember that your username will appear with any comments you post. Q: My wife bought this teapot for her mother more than 50 years ago at Hall Galleries in Steiger's Department Store in Springfield, Mass. She's also authored two books and numerous booklets. Collectors search for the Hall teapots made from the 1920s to the 1950s. The insurance is included with the shipping fee.
Click on any of the top titles to sort. Examine the mark, also called a backstamp, on the bottom of your teapot. French teapots were also made in plain colors and with other decorations. The color is like a burgundy color with gold trims and gold roses all around the teapot and on the lid. The Automobile Teapot, manufactured from 1938 to 1941, mimicked the sleek, rounded car shapes of the Art Deco period. This is the most common mark found on collectible Hall china today. A well-researched Hall resource book will provide assistance with pattern identification and dating.
Autumn Leaf pattern dishes are listed in their own category. This is a beautiful teapot, Still in great use and, Displays beautiful. Comes from a smoke free and pet free home. Hall teapots made from the 1920s to the 1950s are popular collectibles. Hall China Company started in East Liverpool, Ohio, in 1903. It doesn't show in the pictures but, the lid has a small round circle opening so that the steam could come out. We encourage a variety of opinions, but ask that you refrain from profanity and hate speech.
The first Hall teapots, the Gold Decorated Teapot line, were extremely popular. . Others, such as Autumn Leaf, featuring a group of autumn-colored leaves on a white background, extended from 1933 to 1976. While the exact markings on the bottom of Hall teapots have varied over the years, they tend to include a backstamp, the number of cups the teapot holds, a pattern number and a color number. Other famous patterns include Blue Blossom, Crocus, Red Poppy, and Taverne. Some, like Blue Garden, which has green leaves and white flowers on a dark blue background, was produced from the late 1930s to early 1940s and lived a short production life.
The daisy decoration is one the most common and was used on French teapots of all sizes, ranging from one cup to 12 cups. The Hall China Company is still working. Join The Discussion is pleased to share your comments. The dinnerwares of the same period, especially Autumn Leaf pattern, is also popular. The firm made many types of wares. In addition to manufacturing teapots, the Hall china company taught American homemakers how to brew the perfect pot of tea through their marketing materials. Over the years, Hall introduced hundreds of different patterns.