Here is an elegant creamer or creamjug in perfect condition, standing three and a quarter inches tall. It was made by the New Hall factory in England toward the end of the eighteenth century. The ribbed shape is echoed in the shaping of the top edge. This basic form was one of New Hall’s more popular shapes, and it is found in many different designs and with plain sides, corrugated sides, faceted sides, shanked (swirling) grooves, etc.


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ITEM ID
T1002
TYPE
Bone China, Ceramics, Hand Painted, Porcelain
COLOR
White
STYLE
Georgian
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Creamers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

New Hall Creamer in Pattern 142 C1795--18th Century English Antique Porcelain

$145


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