Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green$38.00

  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
  • Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green
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Vintage Hall Square Casserole Baking Dish and Lid Crocus Pattern Pink Purple Yellow Red Orange Green

This is a hard-to-find square casserole dish and lid in Hall Pottery’s Crocus pattern. It has a light yellow-green background with crocuses and other flowers and leaves in pink, purple, red or orange, green and yellow. Some are in black near the edges. A line of silver forms a border along the edges, and also runs through the handle.

It is 7” across and 3 5/8” high. It holds about 1 ½ quarts.

It has marks from cooking (just think of the meals it’s made!) around the inside rim of the bottom, but otherwise there are no chips, cracks, or crazing (Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware was designed to prevent crazing). Some of the paint on the flowers and silver rim is worn away. There are rough spots on the unglazed parts and some flea bites and other imperfections in the glaze, which would have occurred during the production process.

I believe Hull made the Crocus pattern in the 1930s. It is marked on the bottom “Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware Made in U. S.A.”

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Jenkintown, Pa.

This is a hard-to-find square casserole dish and lid in Hall Pottery’s Crocus pattern. It has a light yellow-green background with crocuses and other flowers and leaves in pink, purple, red or orange, green and yellow. Some are in black near the edges. A line of silver forms a border along the edges, and also runs through the handle.

It is 7” across and 3 5/8” high. It holds about 1 ½ quarts.

It has marks from cooking (just think of the meals it’s made!) around the inside rim of the bottom, but otherwise there are no chips, cracks, or crazing (Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware was designed to prevent crazing). Some of the paint on the flowers and silver rim is worn away. There are rough spots on the unglazed parts and some flea bites and other imperfections in the glaze, which would have occurred during the production process.

I believe Hull made the Crocus pattern in the 1930s. It is marked on the bottom “Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware Made in U. S.A.”

This is a hard-to-find square casserole dish and lid in Hall Pottery’s Crocus pattern. It has a light yellow-green background with crocuses and other flowers and leaves in pink, purple, red or orange, green and yellow. Some are in black near the edges. A line of silver forms a border along the edges, and also runs through the handle.

It is 7” across and 3 5/8” high. It holds about 1 ½ quarts.

It has marks from cooking (just think of the meals it’s made!) around the inside rim of the bottom, but otherwise there are no chips, cracks, or crazing (Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware was designed to prevent crazing). Some of the paint on the flowers and silver rim is worn away. There are rough spots on the unglazed parts and some flea bites and other imperfections in the glaze, which would have occurred during the production process.

I believe Hull made the Crocus pattern in the 1930s. It is marked on the bottom “Hall’s Superior Quality Kitchenware Made in U. S.A.”

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Jenkintown, Pa.

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