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    New Hall Porcelain Tea Cup & Saucer Pattern 750 / 752 Rare Variant

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    About this item

    An attractive New Hall bone china bute shape tea cup and saucer with and oriental type scene of house and garden underglaze mazarine blue, pale blue and orange enamel and lots of gilt augmentation. Documented as pattern 750 or 752 for the main scene, the difference between these two pattern numbers being the design of the gilt border. This set has a third different gilt border design which is not documented as far as I can find. Unmarked, c.1810.

    Reference: New Hall, David Holgate, page 194, plates 84, 287 and 288.

    The cup measures 8.3cm (3 1/4") rim to rim and 5.8cm (2 1/4") high and the saucer measures 13.2cm (5 1/4") wide and 3.2cm (1 1/4") high. 

    In good condition; the cup has a tight hairline on the rim and another across the bottom of the handle. The latter appears to be a firing line but it has been stabilised also.  The saucer has no issues and both pieces have minimal handling wear, just very minor to the rim of the cup. 

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    Additional Information

    Code

    FA1339 (AB-111132)

    Period

    19th Century, Georgian (1714 to 1837), Regency

    Dealer

    The Fancy Fox

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