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The Collector's Encyclopedia of Hall China

by Collector Books
List price: $24.95 Price: $10.70 Buy Now

Features:
  • Used Book in Good Condition

Product description

A brief history of the Hall China Company begins this book, along with information on re-issues, colors, and identification. Following is the massive photo gallery, complete with large color photographs, discussions on patterns, and current collector values for all known pieces in each pattern. There is a large section devoted to Autumn Leaf, as well as Ruffled D-, C and D-, and E-shaped dinnerware. Eva Zeisel designs, Century and Tomorrow's Classic Dinnerware, kitchenware, refrigerator ware, teapots and coffee pots, and other Hall products are covered in-depth in this huge reference. Finally, re-issues and new products are presented, and a handy nomenclature cross reference is provided for helping with the multiple names used. 2004 values. AUTHORBIO: Margaret Whitmyer and her husband, Kenn, have written many popular books - Collector's Encyclopedia of Hall China, Fenton Art Glass, 1907 - 1939, Fenton Art Glass Patterns, 1939 - 1980, Bedroom & Bathroom Glassware, and Children's Dishes. Their books are well-known in their fields. AUTHORBIO: Kenn Whitmyer and his wife, Margaret, have written many popular books - Collector's Encyclopedia of Hall China, Fenton Art Glass, 1907 - 1939, Fenton Art Glass Patterns, 1939 - 1980, Bedroom & Bathroom Glassware, and Children's Dishes. Their books are well-known in their fields. REVIEW: This book provides collectors with a useable guide to the most popularly collected items produced by the Hall China Company of East Liverpool, Ohio. The greatest emphasis is placed on the most collectible patterns, but many of the more obscure pieces are also identified and examined. Dinnerware patterns, kitchenware, refrigerator ware, teapots & coffee pots, advertising, and reissues are all given coverage. -Robert Clayton



Teabox Urban Teapot (Borosilicate glass teapot, Stainless steel infuser, 16 fl oz)

by Teabox
Price: $29.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Microwave safe glass body (not lid and strainer)
  • Dishwasher safe - The lid and the strainer should be washed separately by hand.
  • Chic up your tea time with this glass teapot. Infuser included.

Product description

Modern times call for modern teapots. This fine-looking clear glass teapot delights you with its sleek urban shape, which makes it just the perfect table-top accessory for a contemporary space. It comes with a fine-mesh infuser which is removable and easy to clean, promising a completely hassle-free experience of steeping tea.








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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Brother reflects on life of basketball Hall of Famer 07/30/15, via Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Bobby McDermott suffered two major injuries before his career took hold: a burn to his leg from a scalding teapot and an arm injury that came from an incident with a neighbor tarring his driveway. When Bobby McDermott broke into the pro ranks in the

Oh, say, can you see? 07/30/15, via Reno News & Review

We're seeing another one of those tempests in a teapot that we see occasionally in Reno. During Pride weekend, some maladroit removed Old Glory from the flagpole on the top of City Hall and flew the rainbow flag in its stead. Bad move. Bad optics.

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Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2008 Price Guide

Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2008 Price Guide

Published by F+W Media, Inc 2007

ISBN 0896895319,9780896895317
1008 pages

Lists more than ten thousand items, providing descriptions, values, and identification tips for a broad spectrum of popular collectibles.


Brother reflects on life of basketball Hall of Famer - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Jim McDermott marvels at the salaries of NBA players today and can’t help but wonder what it would have been like if his brother had been born in another era. “It’s very interesting to dwell on the past and yet a pity to know that Bobby missed today’s salary explosion by being born at the wrong time,” Jim McDermott wrote in a prose given to The Journal Gazette that details the career of Bobby McDermott,... As we all know now, this has had a huge bearing on players’ incomes today. Bobby McDermott played for the Fort Wayne Zollner Pistons from 1941 to 1946, serving as a player/coach in the National Basketball League, which would later merge with the NBA. His resumé of accomplishments during a career from 1934 to 1950 is remarkable: four championships in the NBL and American Basketball Association. voted the greatest player in NBL history by the league itself. “I would hope that Bobby’s story will bring fond recollections to old timers and enthusiasts of basketball history and, hopefully, be of interest to our current crop of youngsters engaged in this vibrant and much loved sport,” wrote Jim, 95. Bobby... “He would race to deliver the prescriptions and head for the (Warlow Club, an American Legion hall). And there he would practice for hours until his hunger alarm sounded,” Jim McDermott wrote. To supplement his income, Bobby McDermott would get into “nickel-and-dime” games. “An interesting fact about basketball (back then) was that no two basketball courts in the country (seemed) uniform, and the players had to constantly adjust to new surroundings in every other town they played in,” Jim McDermott wrote. “It is also my contention that the players of old had to be more skillful for they were not as tall as today’s giants who can drop the ball in the basket without their feet leaving the floor. The old time players had to develop sharp shooting skills to get the ball through the hoop. In addition, the only tall players on the various teams were the centers. Tall guys were considered gangly, awkward, uncoordinated, slow, and fit only to play the center positions in the fast and furious game of basketball. Bobby McDermott suffered two major injuries before his career took hold: a burn to his leg from a scalding teapot and an arm injury that came from an incident with a neighbor tarring his driveway. When Bobby McDermott broke into the pro ranks in the 1930s, it was difficult to earn playing time amid more established players. “The older players did not want this kid replacing one of them, and they would deliberately not pass the ball to him,” Jim McDermott wrote. “But Bobby was a fighter and would steal the ball from his teammates until they got it into their thick heads that they could not intimidate him. Occasionally, he would have to engage in on- and off-basketball court fights with his teammates, as well as opposition players. “He (once) pointed to (another) player and told him, ‘One more (elbow) and you’re through. ’ Well, the guy gave Bobby an elbow the very next time down the court, and Bobby turned and knocked him out with one punch. The ref claimed he didn’t see the foul,” Jim McDermott wrote. But Bobby McDermott was like other great players from basketball’s infancy and able to use ball-handling and shooting to overcome obstacles, even the ball-freezing techniques popular back then. Despite his success with the Zollner Pistons, Bobby McDermott was traded to the Chicago American Gears. “On a railroad trip, he got into a fight with a 6-5 teammate and Bobby messed him up pretty badly. The Pistons, most reluctantly, were forced to trade him to the last place Chicago Gears,” Jim McDermott wrote. “The primary reason the Gears were in last place was that their star center, George Mikan, one of the first truly big men in basketball, was sitting out due to a contract dispute. According to Jim McDermott, it was Mikan who, years later, was instrumental in making sure.

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American Tea and Coffee Set, Silver Plate - Circa 1880

Antique Silver


The set includes a coffee pot, teapot, sugar, creamer and waste bowl. 8.25"L x 5"W x 12"H.This treasure has been shined and is in outstanding condition with no chips, cracks or dents. The time period attributed to this antique has been determined by an expert examination of its markings, design, style, engraving and craftsmanship. From Corbell Silver, a leader in the global market for fine silver objects for more than six decades. Corbell specializes in English antique silver, Old Sheffield Plate, much sought-after hotel silver, and the finest reproductions available today. We also offer an additional Silver Polish and Cloth to keep your silver spotless.

$1350.00

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Brother reflects on life of basketball Hall of Famer - 07/30/15, via The Journal Gazette

“He would race to deliver the prescriptions and head for the (Warlow Club, an American Legion hall). And there he would practice for ... a burn to his leg from a scalding teapot and an arm injury that came from an incident with a neighbor tarring his ...

Cellphone Cases Shaped Like Guns Banned by City Council - 07/29/15, via DNAinfo New York

CITY HALL — The City Council moved Wednesday to formally ban ... while calling the current controversy "a tempest in a teapot." Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) sought a "robust debate" on overall ethics policy, saying there are "two rules of the road."

The missing domes on Burnley Town Hall - 07/25/15, via Burnley Express

You can see the Town Hall in this picture. It is partly obscured but its famous ... Somehow, the cup of tea I was served (from a silver teapot) does not seem to resonate quite so much in my memory, but I can still taste that cream cake!

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For those of you who know me, you know I like to collect pottery from 50s and 60s, and have a large collection of Hall Pottery teapots and other Hall pottery. I found this Hall Boston teapot today at an antique show. The decal is called Sear's Golden Fruit, so it must have been made for Sears.
Photo by Jerry W. Lewis on Flickr
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Photo by Jim Whiteley on Flickr
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Hall Roses
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  • lizziehni I dreamt last night @denisleary was doing standup in my old school assembly hall.I was watching,drinking vodka from a ceramic teapot? WTF
  • amazingreviewsl Vintage x 3 WALKER AND HALL SHEFFIELD Silver-Plated TEAPOT And JUG Set - 182 N23 http://t.co/UbjOhHXfEa http://t.co/Wah2JT2UqS
  • valdesmarioval4 Vintage x 3 WALKER AND HALL SHEFFIELD Silver-Plated TEAPOT And JUG Set - 182 N23 http://t.co/dgC8U2jZIn http://t.co/OxZqYtjQwT

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