In the 1930s, electric refrigerators were becoming popular as electric power was expanded across the US, and refrigerator manufacturers competed heavily in this new market. Westinghouse partnered with the Hall China Company of East Liverpool, Ohio to produce a line of refrigerator ware that would be included with the purchase of a Westinghouse refrigerator. The products included pitchers, beverage servers, and a variety of refrigerator leftover dishes that were also oven proof - the first "bake and serve" wares on the market.
This fine beverage or water server was part of Hall's Streamline refrigerator wares. The color is Delphinium Blue and the design is pure Art Deco. It was designed to fit comfortably on the deep narrow shelves of a refrigerator, when the interior design consisted of a small freezer in the top center with shelves on either side. This server measures 10 1/2" long x 4 1/2" wide x 4 3/4" tall and weighs a hefty 3 1/2 lbs. It's in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing and the glaze is excellent. It's a wonderful display piece for a vintage kitchen or to really use.
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