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This New Hall porcelain creamer is transfer printed in a chinoiserie pattern known as "Tobacco Leaf". The transfer is then enhanced with areas of orange, deep rose, and green enameling.
Unmarked save for pattern number "272", but a related cup is shown in Berthoud, and a related tea service is shown in Godden's "New Hall Porcelains" where this is noted as one of the pattern numbers used with this design (apparently this same transfer was used, but with different enameling and gilding options to sell as different patterns).
English, ca. 1800
Size: Approximately 4.625" high.
Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks or repairs.
Note that I try to be conservative about condition descriptions, carefully noting any flaws. Of course, with antique items, there will be some signs of usage, and/or manufacturing defects. But overall, my customers have always been pleasantly surprised upon receiving their items, and of course, returns are no problem if I happen to miss anything.
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New Hall "Tobacco Leaf" Creamer ca. 1800
$100 USD SOLD