New Hall Porcelain, 1781-1835 (PAGE 1)

New Hall History

New Hall is linked historicaly with the two hard-paste factories of Plymouth and Bristol. It was founded in Staffordshire by a group of local potters who bought Richard Champion's patent for hybrid hard-paste in 1781.

The works must certainly rank as a leading 18th century concern, although the factory made no figures and very few decorative wares. The majority of its production were tea and dessert wares, jugs and punch bowls.

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A New Hall Porcelain Teapot, pattern 171, c.1790-1800

A New Hall Porcelain Teapot and cover, pattern 171, c.1790-1800, hybrid hard paste body, silver shape, enameled in Chinese export style. Dimensions: 21cm x 15 cm high.Marks: painted 171 in puce on the base. Fine condition.

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A New Hall Porcelain Plate, pattern 311, c.1790

A New Hall Porcelain Plate, pattern 311

A New Hall Porcelain Plate, pattern 311, c.1790-1800, hybrid hard-paste body, and painted overglaze in green, iron-red, pink, puce, purple, and black enamels, the center decorated with puce and green floral sprigs, the border comprising four oblong panels each containing two red roses on black leafy stem, and four small oval medallions containing a black plant, reserved in a broad band of pink and puce spotted trellis pattern. Below there is a narrow red horizontal band. Above there is a narrow edging of puce arrowheads alternating with groups of three dots, with a narrow red band above and below. Dimensions: 20.5 cm. diam. Painted 311 in puce on the base. Condition: Firing crack and overglazed chips near the rim (manufacturing fault).

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A New Hall Part Teaset pattern 538, c.1810-15.

A New Hall Part Teaset pattern 538, c.1810-15.

A New Hall Part Teaset pattern 538, c.1810-15, hybrid hard-paste body, painted in cobalt blue and gilt, comprising a prow-form teapt and cover, teapot stand, 2 plates, a slop bowl, 8 bute shaped teacups with loop handles and 3 saucers. Marks: painted 538 on the base of teapot, stand and slop bowl. Condition: Teapot cracked, minor damage on the saucers.

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A New Hall Part Dessert Service pattern 2229, c.1820

A New Hall Part Dessert Service pattern 2229, c.1820

A New Hall Part Dessert Service, comprising 9 plates and 4 dishes, each piece with hand painted figures in landscapes in the centre, floral relief moulded border on light blue ground, the dishes with ribon-like handles. Dimensions: plates 21.2 cm. diam, dishes 21.5 cm x 19.5 cm. Condition: 2 plates with minor damage. Marks: pattern 2229 in black, c.1820.

This pattern is illustrated in "New Hall Porcelains" by Geoffrey A. Godden 2004. page 391. plate423.

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A New Hall Porcelain Dish, Pattern 3090, c.1825

A New Hall Porcelain Dish, Pattern 3090, c.1820

A New Hall Porcelain Dessert Dish with moulded, shaped edge and two handles with shell-like device, deep blue border, the centre painted with flower sprays. Dimensions: 28 cm x 20.5 cm. Marks: Pattern 3090 in gilt, c.1825. Fine Condition.

* For similar patterns and shapes see: "New Hall Porcelains" by Geoffrey A. Godden 2004. page 394-6. plates 431-5.

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A New Hall milk jug Pattern 191 c.1795

A New Hall milk jug Pattern 191 c.1795

A New Hall obconical shape milk or cream jug, Pattern 191, enamelled with floral springs and bands. c.1795. Dimensions: 11cm high. Unmarked. Excellent condition.

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New Hall part Teaset, Pattern 425, c.1795-1800

 New Hall part teaset Pattern 425, c.1795-1800

New Hall part Tea set, hybrid hard-paste porcelain, decorated with the printed outline and painted popular "Boy at the Window" Pattern 425, c.1795-1800, comprising a teapot and cover, stand, milk jug, plate, coffee can and saucer. Dimensions: teapot 17 cm high, plate 20 cm diam, stand 17cm x 13.5 cm, saucer 14cm diam, can 6cm. high. Painted 425 in puce and gray. Condition: Minor damage on the teapot, slight ware.

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New Hall tea bowl and saucer Pattern 593, c. 1795-1800

New Hall tea bowl and saucer Pattern 593

A New Hall tea bowl and saucer Pattern 593, enamelled in a Chinese export style floral design. Dimensions: bowl 2'(5cm) tall x 3.5"(9cm) Diam. saucer 5.5"(14cm) Diam. Condition: A tiny nibble on the base rim of the bowl. Unmarked.

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A part New Hall teaset pattern 167 c.1785-90

New hall teaset patt. 167 c.1785-90

A part New Hall teaset pattern 167, c.1785-90, comprising a "silver shape" teapot, cover and stand, a slop bowl, a "obconical" shape milk jug and a coffee cup and saucer with typical "clip-handle", painted in salmon pink and spray of flowers in gilt. Pattern Number 167, painted in puce (on the base of the stand and the milk jug. Dimensions: Teapot 15cm. high x 24cm.(from handle to spout), Teapot stand 19.5 cm. x 17cm., Jug 13.5cm high, cup 6.5cm high x 7cm diam., saucer 13cm. high. Condition: minor ware on the gilding.

Price: £130

* Teapot and milk jug SOLD, the rest of the set is available.

Stock Number PN0912

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A New Hall Coffee Can and Saucer Pattern 621, c.1795-1800

A New Hall Coffee Can and Saucer Pattern 621, c.1795-1800

A New Hall hybrid hard-paste porcelain coffee can and saucer, decorated with the printed outline and painted "Dinner is served" Pattern 621, c.1795-1800. Dimensions: saucer 14cm diam, can 6cm. high. Workmen's mark in black. Condition: A stress line on the saucer.

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A New Hall "Willow" pattern slop bowl c.1795-1805

A New Hall hybrid hard-paste porcelain slop bowl c.1795-1805. Transfer printed in underglaze blue with a very elaborate Chinese style landscape design with two moths or butterflies above the temple. Oriental style brown enamel edges. 15.5cm diam x 7.2cm high. Excellent condition. Unmarked.

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A New Hall tea cup and saucer Pattern 1126 c.1815

A New Hall cup and saucer c.1815

A New Hall bone china Bute shape cup and saucer, pattern 1126 c.1815, decorated with enamelled flowers and leaves. Dimensions: cup Ht.6cm,D.8.2cm, saucer D.14cm. Condition: a stress line on the saucer. Unmarked.

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