Here is one of the more popular New Hall patterns, eagerly sought by collectors for its colorful and rather childlike handpainted decoration. A Chinese child (with a kite?) offers a flower to a Chinese woman holding a charming umbrella, with both standing in a Chinese garden—or at least what the Brits considered a Chinese garden to look like. The saucer is five inches across. Both pieces are in near pristine condition, bright and bold.


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ITEM ID
T693
TYPE
Bone China, Ceramics, Hand Painted, Porcelain, Pottery
COLOR
Polychrome, White
STYLE
Chinese Export, Chinoiserie, George III, Georgian, Hepplewhite
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Cups & Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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New Hall Pattern 20 Teabowl & Saucer Chinese C1790 British 18th Century Porcelain.

$215

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