Here is the hard-to-find Hall China Rose White Medallion Mixing Bowl. In the color that Hall named Hi-white, there is a ribbed band just below the rim with four embossed festoon designs. A pink wild rose spray on green leaves tipped with pale blue covers each of the festoons. This is the same rose decal used in the Royal Rose pattern.
According to the Collector's Encyclopedia of Hall China, Third Edition, by Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer, the Medallion bowls are among the hardest to find items in this pattern, and a recent internet search seems to confirm this statement.
This small mixing bowl measures 6-1/4 inches in diameter and 3-5/8 inches tall.
Made by Hall during the 1930s and 1940s, it is marked in blue with a circle around the word "Hall" and "Made in U.S.A." below.
There was once a platinum rim that is nearly gone now, with just a few remnants that you can see as dark spots around the rim in the photos. There are numerous surface scratched on the inside from use, and a few manufacturing imperfections in the form of a couple of pimple-like bumps and an indentation along the rim. There is also a deep scratch through the word "Hall" on the bottom. There are no chips or cracks.