This New Hall bone china deep dish with hand painted enamel flowers, pattern # 1571,dates to 1820. The large pink flowers with black stamens resemble the Mallow flower and they alternate with yellow and purple violas or pansies. The leaves are painted in shades of green and aqua.
The rim and the center of the dish have deep blue rings. The back is marked with 31 in black, an unknown number. The dish measures 8 1/4" diameter by 1 1/4" high. The pattern is shown in Geoffrey Godden's book "New Hall".
There is a small pinpoint area of missing enamel on the edge of one petal (shown in picture # 2). Otherwise, the condition is very good.
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