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Covered Dish from "Hallcraft Tomorrow's Classic" Service (Dawn Pattern) Dish

This is a dish. It was designed by Eva Zeisel and manufactured by Hall China Company. It is dated 1952 and we acquired it in 1992. Its medium is earthenware. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sack. It is credited Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sack.

Its dimensions are

H x W x D (a,b): 12.5 × 25.8 × 19.7 cm (4 15/16 × 10 3/16 × 7 3/4 in.) H x W x D (a): 10.1 × 25.8 × 19.7 cm (4 in. × 10 3/16 in. × 7 3/4 in.) H x W x D (b): 4.5 × 22 × 18 cm (1 3/4 × 8 11/16 × 7 1/16 in.)

It has the following markings

On underside, in blue: [1] HALLCRAFT [2] BY [3]Eva Zeisel (signature in script) [4] Hallcraft logo: white 'HC' (conjoined) within gray rectangle with curved corners [5] MADE IN U.S.A. BY HALL CHINA CO.

Cite this object as

Covered Dish from "Hallcraft Tomorrow's Classic" Service (Dawn Pattern) Dish; Designed by Eva Zeisel (American, b. Hungary, 1906–2011); USA; earthenware; H x W x D (a,b): 12.5 × 25.8 × 19.7 cm (4 15/16 × 10 3/16 × 7 3/4 in.) H x W x D (a): 10.1 × 25.8 × 19.7 cm (4 in. × 10 3/16 in. × 7 3/4 in.) H x W x D (b): 4.5 × 22 × 18 cm (1 3/4 × 8 11/16 × 7 1/16 in.); Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sack; 1992-96-4-a,b

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