Forty years later, Hull dinnerware is still in demand. Most often, children of that generation seek out Hull. It brings back memories
At the turn of the last century, the potteries along the Ohio River were working overtime to fulfill rapidly increasing orders – bricks for streets, clay products for drainage, durable toilet wares, and dinnerware.
Classic, curvy, heavy and durable old diner coffee mug . . . they don’t make them like this anymore.
Exquisite, Argentan lace pattern by Quaker Lace in the original box with intact product description sheet. The box is labeled Gala #1010 and the color is Egyptian.
If there is one pattern that defines restaurant ware then perhaps, a green crest border would find a place in the top three patterns. But still, it is not easy to find in quantity these days. But sometimes, a tall stack…
Ohio Valley Pottery: A Bowl is a Bowl is a . . . Not a true statement. In my mind, there are bowls – and then there are bowls. Sometimes, bowls take on very interesting shapes. Even production pieces like those…