7 edition of Hall China found in the catalog.
by Schiffer Publishing
Written in English
Schiffer Book for Collectors
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||271|
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 eachFile Size: KB. The Hall China Company is an American ceramics manufacturer located in East Liverpool, Ohio, United States, known for pioneering the single-fire glazing process.. Hall China is one of two potteries under the HLC Inc. brand, the other being Homer Laughlin China continues to succeed as one of the largest manufacturers of specialty arters: East Liverpool, Ohio, U.S.
The Hall China Company, currently owned by Homer Laughlin, is still operating in this plant today. Once again production is targeted primarily at institutional and commercial customers. However, in , Hall re-introduced some of its old kitchenware and teapot shapes for the retail trade. Robert Hall founded the Hall China company, in Liverpool, Ohio, in Production of Hall teapots began in and continues today, along with seasonal items, collectibles, kitchenware and serving pieces. The first Hall teapots, the Gold Decorated Teapot line, were extremely popular. In addition to manufacturing.
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Bought the book as a gift for my wife. While she is not a "professional" Hall china collector she is serious enough that ever time we go to a new city/town/state she wants to stop at an antique shop. This book is well organized and has quality photographs.
The book as a gift was well received but not exactly what she was looking for/5(16). This is a great book. It has almost pages of photos and illustrations of the popular collectable pottery made by Hall China of East Liverpool, Ohio. The Whitmyers give us a history of the pottery, Hall China book chart of color swatches to use to compare to our collectibles, and an extensive treatment of the various patterns and styles made over the years/5(45).
Beautiful book; a welcomed addition to the collector or lover of Hall China or teapots of any kind. Good information throughout the book for an in depth look at this exceptional company which truly exemplifies the enduring spirit of American manufacturing of quality products/5(15).
It really helped me in finding the hall china, and the teapots that I collect, excellent book. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Hall China book Comment Report abuse. Smith. out of 5 stars Great reference material. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase/5(6).
Their books are well-known in their fields. REVIEW: This book provides collectors with a useable guide to the most popularly collected items produced by the Hall China Company of East Liverpool, Ohio. The greatest emphasis is placed on the most collectible patterns, but many of the more obscure pieces are also identified and examined/5(38).
General Knowledge. This is my first collector's book for china, pottery, or restaurantware. It gives a good overview of the styles, colors, dates of manufacture, areas of the country, and specific manfacturer gifts of Hall China.4/5(4). On AugRobert Hall founded The Hall China Company, East Liverpool, Ohio.
Three oven kilns were fired, and thirty-three potters began to make bedpans and combinets, the first white ware to bear the trade name, Hall China. Robert Hall died in On Mr. Hall’s death, his son, Robert Taggart Hall, became the manager.
Hall China. Founded inthe Hall China Company began with three brick kilns, 38 potters, and Robert Hall’s dream of producing chinaware through the superior single-fire process.
It was this single-fire process, which ensures a more durable, lead-free product, that helped establish Hall.
Hall China Collectors Club. 1, likes 3 talking about this. This is a group for the interest of those individuals who collect pottery made by The Hall China Company of East Liverpool, Ohio, USAFollowers: K. Hall China Collectors has 2, members.
This Group is dedicated to the dispersion of information for the world wide group of Hall China Collectors. Hall China discovered a single-fire process to make durable china and cookware affordable, worked with designers like Eva Zeisel, and created premiums for companies like the Jewel Tea Co.
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Told in six chapters arranged chronologically, through art, artifacts, people, and places, and richly illustrated with expertly selected objects and artworks, it firmly connects todays China with its internationally engaged past/5.is a platform for academics to share research papers.