Hardcover - 383 pages; Publisher: Collector Books; 3 edition
A brief history of the Hall China Company begins this book, along with information on re-issues, colors, and identification. Following is the massive photo gallery, complete with large color photographs, discussions on patterns, and current collector values for all known pieces in each pattern. There is a large section devoted to Autumn Leaf, as well as Ruffled D-, C and D-, and E-shaped dinnerware. Eva Zeisel designs, Century and Tomorrow's Classic Dinnerware, kitchenware, refrigerator ware, teapots and coffee pots, and other Hall products are covered in-depth in this huge reference. Finally, re-issues and new products are presented, and a handy nomenclature cross reference is provided for helping with the multiple names used. 2004 values.
Hardcover - 271 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (June 2002)
This is an expansive introduction to the popular ceramics produced by the prolific Hall China Company of East Liverpool, Ohio, beginning in 1903. Over 600 brilliant color photographs display these popular pottery wares, ranging from coffee pots and mixing bowls to refrigerator wares and teapots, in both solid color glazes and beautiful decorations including Autumn Leaf, Crocus, Silhouette, and many more. A history of the company, manufacturer's marks, an extensive bibliography, an index, and current market values are included in this fascinating study of one of America's most prolific pottery companies. This book is a must for every collector of twentieth century ceramics.
Hardcover - 240 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (March 5, 2004)
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