New Hall tea bowl and saucer c 1790


 New Hall porcelain teabowl and saucer with unusual trailing oak leaf and acorn design and brown trim c 1790

Shelton, Hanley.   New Hall was one of the first porcelain works in the UK and here during the period 1781-1812 examples of experimental hard paste porcelain ware were made: all of the New Hall examples in this collection belong to this period.  It was only after 1812 that the works began to produce the classic English bone china.  I will add the candles to these pieces as they sell, so that you may choose your favourite scent.




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