New Hall designers weren’t shy when it came to bold colors, and this set is a good example. Here are gilded fronds alternating with cobalt blue ribbons in sevenfold symmetry. I'm listing two of these sets but I have several, so let me know if you want more. The large painted letters on the bottom are from a previous collector and can be removed easily. Condition is excellent except for a little normal wear to the gilding.


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ITEM ID
T758a
TYPE
Pottery
CREATOR
New Hall
PURPOSE
Teacups, Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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New Hall Teacup & Saucer in Pattern 583 c.1790.

$85

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