For those of you not familiar with Hall China Company, they began manufacturing in 1903 and by the 1920's were a household essential. In the mid 1920's they developed an association with the Jewel Tea Company to create an exclusive line of dinnerware for them. Out of that came the Autumn Leaf pattern of dinner and cook ware, which was made well into the 1950's. The Hall Company is still in existence today and periodically makes special issues of past pieces to celebrate their "anniversaries", and this 1996 teapot is just such a piece. It has never been used so it technically is brand new and in perfect condition; the dimensions are 6 3/4" in height, 9" in width from handle to spout, and 5" in depth. These are quite collectible and bring upwards of $140, but here you will get it for an even $99!