New Hall - New Hall - Teapot (1) - Porcelain

Description
New Hall - New Hall - Teapot (1) - Porcelain
England - Early 19th century

A beautiful New Hall commode-shaped porcelain teapot, decorated with a delicate red and dark aster flowers and green foliage with puce patterns around the rim.

Marked with "377" on the bottom, which indicates the pattern number, in this case the aforementioned floral designs. This also dates the teapot to c. 1800.

Excellent antique condition, with no cracks, scratches, or evidence of restoration. Miniscule amount of speckling on the glaze of the underside and around rim.

12 cm in width
16 cm in height
24 cm in length from tip of handle to spout

685 grams

Parcel will be sent fully tracked and insured.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Teapot
Material
Porcelain
Designer/ Artist
New Hall
Manufacturer/ Brand
New Hall
Estimated Period
Early 19th century
Country of Origin
England
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
16×12×24 cm
Weight
685 g
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