Here is a charming design of swags of flowers in classical style. Teapots of this form are called silver shape because they were designed to imitate the form of a style of silver teapot that was popular in England at the same time this was made in porcelain at New Hall, one of only a few factories who made high-fire hard-paste porcelain in England. By contrast, soft-paste porcelain or bone china has almost always been the favorite material for ceramic teapots in England. This piece has no factory mark, but New Hall usually signed its teapots only with the pattern number, and it bears the number N227, which matches the New Hall pattern. It stands five and a half inches tall. There is a shallow reglued chip to the lid and some repainting which probably covers the repair of a couple of edge chips, also on the lid. No damage to the body.


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ITEM ID
T155
TYPE
Pottery
COLOR
Silver
CREATOR
New Hall
PURPOSE
Teapots
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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New Hall Pattern 267 Silver Shape Teapot C.1800.

$450

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