This decorative porcelain cup and saucer was produced in England during the early 19th century, circa 1810. The matching cup and saucer was produced by the New Hall porcelain factory and is decorated in pattern 466. The pattern features a tree and foliage decorated in a rich cobalt blue ground with ornate gilt detailing. This is a delightful early piece of English porcelain painted in the popular Imari palate. The cup and saucer will display excellently, perfect for anyone who loves all things Regency.Perfect for your fall display.
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Reference: Plate 107 in New Hall and Its Imitators by David Holgate.
Measuring: Cup width including handle 4 inch (10.5 cm) by height 2.25 inch (5.5 cm).
Condition: Stable fine hairline to foot rim of cup. Light surface wear to gilding and a few minor hairlines to the inner base of saucer.
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Early 19th Century English Porcelain Cup and Saucer Blue Tree Imari Pattern New Hall 466 Regency Circa 1810
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