Geri and Dan Tucker
Black Americana with a Jamaican theme, 3pc salad and dessert china serving set made by The Harker China Co. in the 1950's. Excellent condition with no damage, and no repairs. Hard to find!
Geri and Dan Tucker
This "Simplicity" beverage jug was made by The Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee and sold on their delivery trucks. It has the Taverne Silhouette pattern on it and is in excellent condition. The Hall HSQK mark is on the bottom. Very nice!
They always called this "The Unlisted Salad Bowl", and they are hard to find in any color. This yellow one is beautiful and has a couple of color misses, but no big deal. Very normal for this time period. No chips, very minor use. It is impressed on the bottom with the old Fiesta logo.
These Hall China, handled, Red Dot on Eggshell White FLOUR and SUGAR shakers are very hard to find, especially in this condition. No damage, no wear and no repairs. Nice addition to your collection!
This is a hard to find, very early LuRay, pink flat spout tea pot. These were only made the first couple of years when they started making this pattern. It is signed on the bottom with a 10-39 production date on it. Very nice!
Geri and Dan Tucker
This footed 12" Fiesta fruit bowl or comport was made by The Homer Laughlin China Co. from the late 1930's until about 1945. The color is very even, and there are only very light use marks. It is signed on the bottom with the inkstamp mark underglaze. Very nice!
These 5 original color demitasse saucers are genuine Fiesta and were made by The Homer Laughlin China Co. in the late 1930's. The colors are red, cobalt, light green, yellow, and ivory. All are in excellent condition!
1950's Philadelphia style 6 cup tea pot with fireside decoration and gold trim. Excellent condition with no damage and no repairs. This was a special order, and a limited production with this decoration on it. It was a Sears exclusive dating to the 1960's.
This 1930's Genuine Fiesta all china salad fork was made by The Homer Laughlin China Co. for their Kitchen Kraft Line. It is in excellent condition!
This Hull Art Pottery 5 pc embossed and gold decorated tea set is very nice! The pattern is called Magnolia Gloss and was only made from 1947 to 1948. Very stunning Set! It is much more beautiful than the photo shows. Each piece is marked (see photo)...
This Hall Taverne 5 Band Coffee Pot is in excellent condition. This one has a harder to find style lid and has a "thumb tab" handle on it. Most of these pots have a plain handle and a "half moon" lid. It has the HSQK mark on the bottom.
Mexican Motif china pie lifter & spoon & fork salad tossing set. They all have the same decal as the other Mexican china we have for sale, but these look like they are made by Universal Cambridge Potteries. They have the mark of C.C. Thompson Pottery. There is a chip in the top edge of the spoon, and some brown stains on the pie lifter, but they are all very useable, and the decals are bright and in good shape...
This art deco style cream and sugar bowl was made by the Hall China Co and the pattern is called Crocus. This set is a hard set to find.
This original 1940's china rolling pin was made by the HArker China Co. and the pattern was a Hall offering for the Cook Coffee Co. and distributed like Jewell Tea door to door. It is in excllent condition!
These are the large Medallion range shakers in the Taverne pattern made by the Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee. They are in excellent condition!
This Genuine Fiesta Promotional Casserole base is very hard to find. For some unknown reason, the lids used to be everywhere, but you could never find the bottom to this casserole. Well...here is the base only for sale. It has a slight color miss or two, and the paint is a little splotchy, but it is not chipped. The piece is not marked, but they never found one that was marked. The 10th edition of the Fiesta book by the Huxfords clearly shows this piece, and has a nice story about it's origin...
Hall China, Chinese Red, Radiance or Sunshine refrigerator leftover in excellent condition. It is marked on the bottom with the HSQK mark in gold. The color is strong , bright and shiny.
1950's Teamaster twin spout, 2 compartment gold decorated, ivory tea pot made by The Hall China Co. Great condition except for a manufacturing flaw on the underside, inner lip of the lid. Have seen many other lids like this. Tiny bit of gold wear on handle.