The Hall China Company was founded in 1903, in East Liverpool, Ohio, by Robert Hall, who died a year later. His son Robert Taggart Hall took over the management of the company soon afterwards in 1904. They produced many different wares including china, kitchenware, tableware, teapots and much more.
In 1910, much of the plant was destroyed by vandals but soon they got the plant up and running again. In 1911, Robert T. Hall developed a leadless glaze which was used in many household products. In 1919, they purchased the Goodwin Pottery Company and started making teapots. Hall teapots from the 1920’s – 1950’s are highly sought after by collectors. In 1927, they added another plant and in 1930 opened a brand new facility to replace all three locations. In 1932, they introduced kitchenware. In 1933, Arden Richards produced Autumn Leaf, exclusively for use by the Jewel Tea Company, which happens to be the most popular pattern today. In 1936, they introduced dinnerware follow by refrigerator wares in 1938.
The Hall China Company is still in operation today.
Hall China Marks
Hall – Made In U.S.A.
Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware
Hall China Patterns
Autumn Leaf – one of the most popular patterns
Heather Rose – made exclusively for Sears
Popular Hall China
China – cooking china
Jugs – donut, streamline
Kitchenware – beat pot, casserole, coffee pot, cuspidor, drip jar, mixing bowl
Refrigerator-Ware – refrigerator sets
Teapots – airflow, rhythm
Hall China Value, Price Guide
Mid $ – Mid $,$$$