Autumn Leaf with 22k Gold Rim
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Hall China Company first began production in 1903 in East Liverpool, Ohio making utilitarian wares like jugs, bedpans, and mugs. In 1937, the Hall China Company made the Cream-colored mixing bowl with the Autumn Leaf pattern and 22k gold rim accents in the 3-quart mixing bowl. Later that year, during Christmas, they came out with the 2-quart mixing bowl and 1-quart mixing bowl to create a three bowl mixing set. Autumn Leaf dinnerware often made its way into American homes through "The Jewel Man," a door-to-door salesperson employed by the Jewel Tea Company of Chicago. This is where the collector's nickname "Jewel Tea" originated. New items were added to the collection up to 1980, and the pattern has many fans today. The word "HALL'S" within a circle marked most items however the company made, except for the kitchenware and dinnerware. The Hall China Company marked these items with "Hall's Superior Quality Kitchenware" and "Superior Hall Quality Dinnerware" identifies those items respectively.