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Creator: New Hall
New Hall Hybrid Hard Paste Porcelain Tea Service, Palm Tree patt. 484, ca 1810
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is a spectacular 17-piece tea service serving four, made by New Hall around the year 1810. The service consists of a teapot with cover on a stand, a sucrier with cover, a milk j...
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1810s English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Hybrid Hard Paste Teacup, Palm Tree patt. 484, Georgian ca 1810
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful teacup and saucer made by New Hall around the year 1810. The set is decorated in the very desired but rare palm tree pattern with the number 484. We also have a ...
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1810s English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Hybrid Hard Paste Teacup Trio, Elephant Pattern, Regency ca 1810
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful true trio made by New Hall around the year 1810. The set is decorated in the very desired but rare Elephant pattern. A true trio is how cups and saucers were sol...
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1810s English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique New Hall Porcelain Orange Imari House & Willow Variant Coffee Cup / Cann
By Derby Porcelain, New Hall, Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique English porcelain coffee cup (or cann). By New Hall. In a typical, cylindrical form with a ear shaped handle and an orange house & willow Imari pattern decoration. ...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Pink Roses Hand Painted on Antique Porcelain Dish England Circa 1810 by New Hall
By New Hall
Located in Katonah, NY
This exquisite antique porcelain saucer dish was hand painted at the renowned New Hall China Works in England circa 1810. It is a piece of ar...
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Early 19th Century English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall bone china water jug, ‘JH’, c. 1815.
By New Hall
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
A New Hall bone china ‘Water jug’, c. 1815. The bulbous jug, well painted to one side, with a man riding a horse along a country track, beneath trees...
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1810s English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

19th C English New Hall Hand Painted Teapot & Trivet, Chinese Export Style
By New Hall
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
19th C English New Hall Hand Painted Teapot & Trivet, Chinese Export Style This is a rare and exquisite surviving pair of early 19th-century Engli...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Hybrid Paste Porcelain Teacup, Neoclassical Cobalt Blue Gilt, ca 1810
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is beautiful teacup and saucer made by New Hall around the year 1810. The set is in decorated in the sophisticated Neoclassical style of the Regency era. We also have an entire tea service in the same pattern available, please see separate listing. The New Hall factory started as a cooperative of several Staffordshire potters making use of the porcelain license of Bristol Porcelain...
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1810s English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Georgian Newhall Porcelain Duo Tea Cup and Saucer Bat Printed Ptn, circa 1805
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a bat printed porcelain Tea cup and saucer, by New Hall, dating to the early 19th century George 111rd period, circa 1805. Both pieces are well potted, the cup on a low foot with a ring handle. Both pieces have a bat printed design; the cup with a country scene of people by a river with houses, bridge and trees, the saucer with a lady holding a basket of flowers standing by a bush in a country setting. There is hand gilding to all the rims and the outer handle. Overall, a fine example of Newhall porcelain...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Fine Newhall Porcelain Plate Hand Painted Pattern 2050, Georgian circa 1820
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful desert plate by Newhall, dating to the turn of the early 19th century, Georgian period, circa 1820. The piece is very well potted on a low foot and a moulded basket work border to the cavetto. The plate is finely hand decorated over-glaze with hand painted pattern...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair 18th Century Blue and White Gilded New Hall Dishes England Circa 1790
By New Hall
Located in Katonah, NY
The New Hall China Manufactory made this pair of late 18th-century blue and white gilded dishes in Stoke-On-Trent, England, circa 1790. On the border, the deep blue has exceptional ...
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Late 18th Century English Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Tea Service for Six, Elephant Pattern 876, Regency ca 1810
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is spectacular full tea service for six made by New Hall around the year 1810. The service consists of a teapot with cover, a sucrier with cover, a milk jug, six trios each consisting of a teacup, a coffee can and a saucer, a cake plate (saucer dish) and a slop bowl. The set is decorated in the super-charming and popular but very rare Elephant pattern...
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1810s English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Early New Hall Porcelain Coffee Can & Saucer Duo Chinese Pattern 421, circa 1800
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain coffee can & saucer duo by New Hall, hand decorated with their Chinese figure pattern number 421, dating to the English George 3rd...
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Late 18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Fine Georgian New Hall Porcelain Tea Bowl & Saucer Gold Pattern 142, Circa 1785
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very fine hard paste porcelain Tea Bowl and Saucer by New Hall, dating to the 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1785. Both pieces have 24 vertical flutes. Both pie...
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Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Georgian Newhall Porcelain Tea Bowl & Saucer Hand Painted, Circa 1800
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain Tea Bowl and Saucer by New Hall, dating to the turn of the 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1800. Both pieces are decorated over-glaze with ...
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Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Porcelain Tea Service, Chinoiserie Flower Sprays, Georgian, circa 1795
By New Hall
Located in London, GB
This is a stunning tea service made by New Hall in circa 1795. The service is made of hybrid hard paste porcelain and decorated in a bold Chinoiserie pattern of large flower sprays. The service consists of a teapot with cover, a milk jug, a slop bowl, and six tea bowls with saucers. This service has provenance; it came from the collection of David Redstone, the well known porcelain expert who wrote leading books on Bow and Chelsea porcelain. The New Hall factory started as a cooperative of several Staffordshire potters making use of the porcelain license of Bristol Porcelain...
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1790s English George III Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

18th Century Newhall Porcelain Coffee Cup Pattern 139, Circa 1790
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain coffee cup, by New Hall, dating to the late 18th century George 111rd period, circa 1790. The piece is well potted on a low foot with a plain loop h...
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Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Georgian New Hall Porcelain Oval Teapot with Boy in Window Pattern 425, Ca 1802
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain tea pot and lid by New Hall dating to very early 19th century, George 111rd period, circa 1800 / 1805. The Teapot is well potted with an oval shape and high loop handle. The decoration is hand-painted in bold enamels in a chinoiserie pattern called "Boy or Lady in the Window" and is pattern number 425, with an upper rim dot and line border. This is a recorded New Hall pattern. A similar Teapot in the same shape with a different pattern is illustrated on page 112 of the book: An Anthology of British Teapots by Philip Miller & Michael Berthoud published by Micawber Publications. The base has the pattern number 425 hand painted in burnt orange, on the inner foot rim. Please Note : This piece has damage which is not obvious when displayed and it displays very well. - please see item condition for details. Overall a beautifully decorated example of an early English, Georgian Teapot...
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Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Newhall Porcelain Coffee Can Hand Painted Pattern 683, Circa 1800
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain coffee Can by New Hall, dating to the turn of the 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1800. The piece is well potted of hard paste porcelain on a low foot with a loop handle having rounded attachments. The cup is decorated over-glaze with hand painted pattern...
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Late 18th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Georgian New Hall Porcelain Bowl Lady with Parasol Pattern No. 20, circa 1790
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain waste or slop bowl by New Hall in a hand painted Chinoiserie figure pattern No. 20, dating to the late 18th century, circa 1790. The bowl is well potted on a mid depth foot. The decoration is hand-painted using bold enamels in a charming chinoiserie figure pattern, number 20, showing a Lady with a parasol being presented a flower by a young man, all by a fence in a garden setting. The inner rim has a repeated border pattern and the inside base has a hand painted flower bud sprig which is worn and faded. This is a recorded New Hall pattern No 20. Overall a charming 18th Century Bowl...
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Late 18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Early New Hall Porcelain Bowl Chinese Figures Lady with parasol Ptn. 20, Ca 1790
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a hard paste porcelain waste or slop bowl by New Hall in a hand painted Chinoiserie figure pattern number 20, dating to the late 18th century, Circa 1790. The bowl is well...
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Late 18th Century English Chinoiserie Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

From the Collection of Mario Buatta a New Hall Saucer Dish Made England c-1810
By New Hall
Located in Katonah, NY
Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta Made by New Hall in England circa 1810, this is an exquisite dish with purple berries on a golden vine. The gilding is lavish, an...
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Early 19th Century English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

New Hall Porcelain Teapot Stand Bat Printed Ptn in Manner of Adam Buck, Ca 1820
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a bone china porcelaun Teapot Stand by New Hall dating to the Georgian Regency period of the early 19th century, circa 1820. The stand is well potted on a low foot. The decoration is bat printed in the manner of Adam Buck...
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Early 19th Century English Regency Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

English Early 19th Century New Hall Porcelain Floral Decor Cup and Saucer
By New Hall
Located in Charleston, SC
Rare and fine antique English new hall porcelain floral decor cup and saucer Rare printed mark on saucer. Pristine condition. Colors are still vibrant. Saucer: 5 1/2" D x 1 1/4" ...
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Early 19th Century English George III Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Staffordshire Dessert Set by New Hall, circa 1820s
By New Hall
Located in Litchfield, CT
This gorgeous dessert service by New Hall features powder blue rims molded in resist with white paired bird and grapevines surrounding a rose vine decorated center, circa 1818-1825, by New Hall, Staffordshire, England. Superb design and quality mark this a top-of-the-line luxury product 200 years ago and a breathtaking addition to any household service today. Consisting of twelve 8 1/2 inch plates and two oblong shallow bowls, (10 7/8 inches by 8 1/2 inches) this service has many of the same pieces as one sold in 2018 by Christie's, for the Rockefeller estate...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique Newhall Porcelain Dish
By New Hall
Located in Baltimore, MD
Bold Newhall floral porcelain oval dish with cobalt background. The dish measures 11" long by 8" wide. There are two available.
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19th Century British Antique New Hall Furniture

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Porcelain

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New Hall Porcelain Teacup, Chinoiserie Water Carrier Pattern 1163, Ca 1815
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Fine Newhall Porcelain Coffee Can Hand Painted Pattern 484, Georgian Circa 1805
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Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a porcelain coffee Can by New Hall, dating to the turn of the 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1805. The piece is very well potted of porcelain on a low foot with ...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique New Hall Furniture

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18th Century Newhall Porcelain Tea Bowl in Tobacco Leaf Pattern 274, Circa 1795
By New Hall
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a finely decorated porcelain Tea Bowl, by New Hall in pattern 274, dating to the late 18th century George 111rd period, circa 1795. The piece is well potted on a low foot....
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18th Century Newhall Porcelain Duo Coffee Cup and Saucer Pattern 274, Circa 1795
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New Hall furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

New Hall furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of porcelain and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of New Hall furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by New Hall were created in the Georgian style in united kingdom during the 19th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Davenport Porcelain, Henry Chawner, and John Rose. Prices for New Hall furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $236 and can go as high as $9,800, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $427.

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