Love the color! We are offering this Vintage Covered Refrigerator Box which measures 8 1/2" x 5" and stands 6" tall. This piece is no. 5084 and dates to 1940-41. Great condition! There are no chips, cracks or fractures in this piece. The palest of yellow with an off-white inside. Marked exclusively for Westinghouse! In the 1930s, refrigerators became more common and so, a new market was created: refrigerator-ware. Hall produced china pieces for all of the major manufacturers, including Hotpoint, General Electric, Westinghouse and Montgomery Ward. Pieces produced were pitchers, covered or not, china boxes for leftovers, butter and cheese dishes. The Hall pieces either came with the appliance or were offered as accessories to be purchased later. During the mid-20th century, Hall China produced a number of renowned designs including the Ball and Donut jugs and the Nautilus, Donut and Aladdin teapots. Hall China attracted talented designers, with examples being Eva Zeisel's popular "Century" dinnerware and the even more popular "Tomorrow's Classic" dinnerware and "Zeisel" tri-color lines and Donald Schreckengost's cookie jars shaped like owls, casserole dishes shaped like ducks, and teapots shaped like Ronald Reagan and Sherlock Holmes.
Item ID: 4668
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