For your consideration is this very early Hall China butter/cheese dish with cover. It bears an early Hall China stamp, which was used until the early teens. The shape of this dish mimicked that of Haviland and other major European makers of that time. It is decorated in pretty violets, green leaves and a gold trim. Amazingly, for as old as it is, there are absolutely no chips or cracks anywhere. It is heavily crazed as the photos depict and slight loss of gold trim on the lid handle and outer edges of the dish. There is also some dark staining in the bottom of the dish. This is a wonderful piece given its age!
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