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Open vegetable dish or salad bowl; Tomorrow's Classic, shape: Buckingham Pattern Decoration
Designed 1949-1950, made after 1952
Maker: Shape designed by Eva Zeisel (Hungarian, 1906–2011, active in Europe and North America), Decorative pattern designed by Eva Zeisel and Erik Blegvad (Danish,1923-2014, active in Europe and North America), made by the Hall China Company
Country: USA
Salad plate
Designed 1949-1950, made after 1952
Maker: Shape designed by Eva Zeisel (Hungarian, 1906–2011, active in Europe and North America), Decorative pattern designed by Eva Zeisel and Erik Blegvad (Danish,1923-2014, active in Europe and North America), made by the Hall China Company
Country: USA
Vase
Designed c. 1910
Maker: Made by Weller Pottery, active 1882-1948 (founded by Samuel A. Weller)
Country: USA
Bowl, “American Modern” shape
Designed 1937
Maker: Designed by Russel Wright (American, 1904-1976), made by the Steubenville Pottery
Country: USA
Gravy boat, Tomorrow’s Classic shape; Buckingham pattern decoration
Designed 1949-1950, made after 1952
Maker: Shape designed by Eva Zeisel (Hungarian, 1906–2011, active in Europe and North America), Decorative pattern designed by Eva Zeisel and Erik Blegvad (Danish,1923-2014, active in Europe and North America), made by the Hall China Company
Country: USA
Coffee pot, “Tomorrow’s Classic” shape
Designed c. 1950, made after 1952
Maker: Designed circa 1950 by Eva Zeisel (Hungarian, born 1906, active in America), made by The Hall China Company
Country: USA
Serving boat & stand, American Modern” shape
Designed in 1937
Maker: Designed by Russel Wright (American, 1904-1976), made by the Steubenville Pottery
Country: USA
Tumbler, “The Knickerbocker Line”
Designed 1931-1932, made 1933-1942
Maker: Designed by A. Douglas Nash (American, 1885-1940), made by the Libbey Glass Manufacturing Company (est. 1888)
Country: USA
Vase
Designed c.1905-1910
Maker: Made by Rookwood Pottery (American, active 1880-1967)
Country: USA
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