I'm a NYC prop stylist who shops a lot & a collector of some very cool stuff. The result: I have a bunch of truly neat things to pass along to you.
Eva Zeisel Hallcraft "Tomorrow's Classic" white ceramic serving pieces: platter, creamer, vegetable dish, coffee pot, and small bread plates, a great instant collection that's both beautiful & practical. I am moving so I am packing up stuff to save & stuff to sell; this group of serving pieces makes a nice little starter collection for someone looking to collect Eva Zeisel dinnerware or dinnerware from the post-war free forms movement when dinnerware shapes became mor fanciful and zoomy. None of the pieces are marked, but that was not uncommon for the line, and I know the coffee pot is not part of that collection--I don't know if that is Ben Seibel or Hall--but they all have a closely similar glaze and hue, so they all work together. If you are looking for signed pieces this lot is not for you. Sure, there were copies by other makers, but this set might help you define and hone your skill at finding signed pieces by comparison of dimensions & shapes & form with what you find online. You have to start somewhere.
11 pieces total (there are 6 small plates); 1 creamer; 1 gravy; 1 platter; 1 vegetable; 1 coffee pot (no lid). The platter has a little chip under the handle (shown) and the coffee pot has no lid, but all the other pieces are in fine shape with some minor surface wear but no major issues. I am selling them all as a set--not separately--so if you want the lot please contact me.
I am located in Williamsburg near the L train at both Graham and Lorimer, and can meet most days or evenings for pass of. I can deliver in NYC (not Staten Island) for 10 dollars curbside.