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 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 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!
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 is officially called a "Harlequin Service Water Pitcher" in Spruce Green. This spruce green color jug has very minor use and harder to find than most other colors. It has 2 burst bubbles in the glaze.
This serving tray was sold through the Cook Coffee Co. along with the Hall China Taverne Silhouette pattern. It is in very good condition with only minor use marks and very few paint niks or paint loss.
This 8” X 8” refrigerator leftover was made by Hall China and has the Taverne, or Silhouette pattern on it. Excellent condition with only very minor platinum trim wear. Signed with the Hall Superior Quality Kitchenware mark on it. These are getting hard to find!
This yellow with gold decoration Rhythm tea pot was made by The Hall China Co in 1939. Very slight worn spot of gold dec on top of handle.
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!
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.
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...