New Hall Porcelain (Newhall)

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New Hall Porcelain, 1781-1835

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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NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Antique Newhall Beehive Saucer Dish
A Newhall 8" Saucer Dish in Beehive pattern no 570.
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Antique Newhall pattern N191 Teapot, lid & stand
A Newhall pattern N191 spray porcelain Teapot, lid & stand.
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
New Hall Porcelain Tea Ware
A set of 24 pieces of early 19th century Georgian New Hall porcelain tea ware. The set comprises ten cups and saucers, a cream jug, a sugar bo...
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Graham Smith Antiques
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Newhall pattern 144 sprig decorated 4.25' Creamer
An Antique Newhall pattern 144 (not marked)Creamer with spray decoration.
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Newhall purple & gilt floral pattern 351Trio
An Antique Newhall pattern 351 Trio with gilt & purple decoration
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Newhall tobacco leaf pattern 274 Teapot & lid
An Antique Newhall tobacco leaf pattern number 274 Teapot & lid. Amazingly on my website I have a Teapot stand bought quite separately. I have ...
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott
NEW HALL PORCELAIN (NEWHALL)
Newhall Tobacco pattern 274 Teapot stand
A Newhall Tobacco pattern 274 Teapot stand
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Carolyn Stoddart-Scott