|If you are into antiques, Hall's superior quality kitchenware is probably a familiar name to you. Hall's was manufactured in East Liverpool, Ohio, beginning in the early 1900's. The company was started by Robert Taggert Hall, and used a single fire process that he created to fire their products. Halls created many fine pieces over the years, in fact, some of the major refrigerator manufacturers would include a Hall's butter dish, water jug or leftover container in their high end units.|
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Many people are not aware that the company initially got its start as a manufacturer not only of dinnerware but also toilet seats! Regardless of its humble beginnings, Hall's kitchenware is now considered fine china by some, though its collections have included designs with a sense of humor, including animal-shaped casserole dishes. These pieces have become collectors items for some, with other items in the shape of cars and even doughnuts.