This hand painted early New Hall creamer is in excellent condition. No chips, no cracks, no crazing and no repairs. It rings like a bell when tapped. It is about 6" long and 4" high.
Collectors call this pattern, number 1084, "Dollhouse". It was made in bone china in the "London Shape with Spur Handle" and dates c.1815 according to Michael Berthoud in his book "A Cabinet of Creamers". The matching New Hall shape can be seen on page 100, plate 558.
The creamer is marked only with the pattern number 1084 enameled in red on the base.
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Bone China, Hand Painted
Blue, Polychrome, Red, White
England • English
Antique New Hall Creamer, "Dollhouse Pattern", 1084, Georgian c. 1815
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