This may have been the most popular dinnerware that Zeisel ever designed. Produced in 1950 - 52, it put Hall China "over the top" and maintained it's popularity for years. It was decorated with a variety of patterns.
All dishes are in excellent condition unless otherwise stated, but you can always ask questions.
Hallcraft Brochure - a copy of the 1950 Tomorrow's Classic sales brochure (this one happens to be for the Fantasy pattern). It lists all the pieces available and illustates their shapes. It also shows the original prices.
$2.00, plus SASE
Free with any single order totalling $25 or more!
Turkey platter -no bottom mark apparently a studio design
17" x 11"
Swirls of lavender and gold. Bottom stamp illegible, but probably by Dixie Rett of Florida
b&b - 6"
Studio Design - hand painted B&B - 6", Roses in shades of white, pink, and green. Hallcraft bottom stamp $10.00