Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate

Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate
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  • Item #: HP121110
Price $27.99
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this pristine condition "Berries"pie plate for baking or serving from the Hartstone Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio.

The Berries dinnerware brings the beauty of winter's greenery into your home. Unlike later pie plates hand crafted by Hartstone the Berries pattern uses an older mold which has an orthogonal shape at the top rim, making it easier to remove the pie from the plate....especially that first piece!.

The Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate has a creamy white, glazed with decorationd of two green leaves with red berries. There is coordinating green trim on the rim. The underside is left unglazed proving for even heat distribution.

The Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate measures a generous 10-3/4 inches in diameter.

The Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate  is in flawless condition; the graphics are crisp, the colors vibrant. The Hartstone Pottery Berries Pie Serving Baking Plate appears to have never been used. The underside is marked with "Hartstone Pottery, USA". There is also the artist initials under the rim.

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About The Hartstone Pottery

The history of Hartstone Pottery is truly an inspirational American story. Hartstone was first produced in 1976 in Chatham, New Jersey. Pat and Sharon Hart's goal was to create beautiful, handcrafted quality articles for the preparation and presentation of food. Hartstone's first product was the stoneware cookie mold, which was an instant hit, and Hartstone grew quickly. In 1983 the Harts moved their manufacturing facility to Zanesville, Ohio, in a building that was once operated by the JB Owens Pottery Company, built in 1902. This beautiful old post-and-beam building, fleeced in brick, shows the scars of many alterations, including that of fire. In 1983, Hartstone began producing hand-decorated gift and tableware. As with the cookie molds, this segment of the business grew quickly.

In the mid-1990s, the Harts sold the business to Carlisle Home Products, USA, Inc. Carlisle operated the business for almost nine years before stopping plant production in the spring of 2005, in the face of sales lost to products made by less-expensive overseas labor. Most of the factory employees found themselves without jobs.

And here's the inspirational part: In June, 2005, the pottery was reborn. A group of investors from Zanesville and other locales around the country, having heard the story of Hartstone, and recognizing the plight of its employees, negotiated with Carlisle for the purchase of the 12 acre pottery and all of its equipment. In the next few days word traveled quickly that the new entity, The Original Hartstone Pottery, Inc., had put its best foot forward and rehired former employees, restarted the manufacturing processes, and reopened the on-site factory store. Within days, loyal Hartstone customers returned to the factory store, some of them just wanting to share their enthusiasm about the reopening of a treasured landmark.

If you love hand-painted one-of-a-kind pottery, here's your opportunity to support a wonderful enterprise. Whether you're looking for accent pieces for your existing dinnerware, or looking for a fresh new look in tableware, consider Hartstone Pottery. Don't you just love a happy ending?

Hartstone products are made of fully vitrified stoneware produced from the finest raw materials in North America. The stoneware clay body is fired to 2200°F and is bright ivory in color. All body, glaze, and paint raw materials are lead and cadmium free. Hartstone products are California Proposition 65 compliant. Hartstone ceramic products are handcrafted and decorated in Zanesville, Ohio. All Hartstone Pottery is freezer and dishwasher safe, and may be used in both the microwave and conventional ovens.

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