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Hall China Teapot, Albany Pattern, Dark Green Teal with White Interior, 1930s

Hall China Teapot, Albany Pattern, Dark Green Teal with White Interior, 1930s

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Hall China Company teapot in Albany pattern.

What a lovely addition this elegant Hall teapot would make to any breakfast tray, brunch, or afternoon tea! The deep green, almost teal glaze is stunning and would pair nicely with an array of teacups in different patterns, either traditional or contemporary.  The white interior provides a striking contrast.

Measuring approximately 7 1/4" tall x 9 1/2" from tip of spout to back of handle, the teapot holds 4 cups.

Hall China was founded in East Liverpool, Ohio in 1903.  In the early years, the company experimented with ways to implement a single-fire method in order to increase productivity. With the success of this method came more than 47 new glaze colors that were developed specifically for this new process, allowing Hall to expand rapidly before the start of World War I.  With weak sales of its housewares line, Hall began designing and selling teapots, an effort that was met with overwhelming success that continued into the 1940s.  By the 1960s, however, teapot sales had dropped to insignificant numbers, likely due to the public's changed drinking habits from tea to coffee. 

Introduced in 1929, the Albany pattern was manufactured in many different colors, most with a gold design overlaying a variety of glazes.  This example in the Albany pattern is particularly striking and versatile in its simplicity and elegance.

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