Eva Zeisel, a Pitcher, a scarce lidded Jam Jar, a scarce lidded Leftovers Dish, and a scarce Handled Relish, Hallcraft Kitchenware with Tri Tone pattern decoration, the undersides stamped Hall in blue within a circle and Made in U.S.A., Hall China, East Liverpool, Ohio, 1955. Earthenware. Pitcher height 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm) 1620-357
(Pitcher) Exhibited: San Diego, Mingei International Museum, "Eva Zeisel: Extraordinary Designer at 100," 10 December 2006-12 April 2007; Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, "Eva Zeisel: Extraordinary Designer at 100," 9 September-30 December 2007; San Francisco, Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, "Collection of Pat Moore and Dr. Gene L. Grobman," 18-19 October 2014
Note: The pitcher in Tri Tone pattern decoration is in the permanent collection of the Dallas Museum of Art (1995.139.1). On this line, see Earl Martin, "Hall China Company: Kitchenware," in Eva Zeisel: Life, Design, and Beauty, 2013, pp. 110-113.