The first McCormick Hall teapots were in a Dark Brown (similar to a brown betty teapot). Most of the teapots were marked with caster (tradesman) identification on the bottom or foot of the teapot. At one time, numbers were stamped in gold indicating color and decoration in case a teapot top replacement was needed.
As the McCormick Hall teapot went out of production just 20+ years ago, you can find some great examples of these beautiful teapots available today.
There were several styles and colors made over the years including those that included a strainer - infuser for loose leaf teas.
There is an awesome book available for those that are truly interested in collecting Halls Teapots. You can buy it on the right. As well as a general tea pot collectors guide that is terrific for hunting out tea pot collector bargains.
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