Hall China Company started in East Liverpool, Ohio, in 1903. The firm made many types of wares. Collectors search for the Hall teapots made from the 1920s to the 1950s. The dinnerwares of the same period, especially Autumn Leaf pattern, is also popular. Other famous patterns include Blue Blossom, Crocus, Red Poppy, and Taverne. The Hall China Company merged with Homer Laughlin China Company in 2010. Hall China was bought by Steelite International, a British company that makes tableware for the hospitality industry, in 2020. Autumn Leaf pattern dishes are listed in their own category. For more information, explore our identification guides for Hall China, kitchenware, dinnerware, and designers and patterns.