This is the New Hall factory’s pattern 213, with simple sprigs of red and blue flowers combined with gilt leaves strewn over the surface. New Hall didn't always mark their products, and this set is unmarked, so one has to rely on the nature of the porcelain clay and the decorative design to make an attribution. This set is hard paste porcelain rather than the more typical English soft paste, and hard paste was made by relatively few English factories, New Hall among them. Since this decoration matches a New Hall pattern exactly, I think the identification is secure. Both pieces are in excellent condition.


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ITEM ID
F358
TYPE
Porcelain
CREATOR
New Hall
PURPOSE
Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Early New Hall Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer in Pattern 213, Flower Sprigs c.1790.

$150

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