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Early Hall China

Early Hall China

In 1903, when the East Liverpool Potteries union dissolved, Robert Hall, a member of the board of directors, bought one of the companies — the former East Liverpool Pottery Company — located in the old West, Hardwick, and George building at Fourth and Walnut Streets in East Liverpool, Ohio. Initially, thirty-eight potters  produced spittoons and combinets and a limited amount of dinnerware.The early shapes and decorations were very similar to the styles produced by his former company. Fortunately, many of these items can be identified by the backstamps. Examples of some of the items produced are illustrated in the photos below.

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