New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800

New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800

6 October, 2019

New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800

New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800
This collection of antique hard paste porcelain includes; a tea pot with lid, a creamer, sugar bowl with lid, 8 tea cups, and one plate. Please see below for approximate measurements. This set was made by New Hall Porcelain in the Georgian era. The company operated in Shelton Hall beginning around 1781. The company ceased around 1835. This set has mustard yellow trim and accents, and a hand enameled band of flowers and leaves. The pattern is 811, as it is marked on the base of the teapot, plate, sugar, and creamer. The teapot is also marked on the base with Warranted, and N before the pattern number. This set is in very good condition. The teapot has a chip and two nicks on the inner rim, and a shallow chip on the side of the spout. The sugar bowl has a u shaped crack, near the handle. It starts at the rim and goes past the handle and inward a bit. The sugar bowl also has a small nick on the inner rim. The plate has a small flake on the rim. I use plenty of bubble wrap and peanuts, double boxing when necessary. Please see my pictures, and thanks for looking! Teapot- 7″x 5″x 11. Sugar- 5 1/2″x 4″x 7. Creamer- 4 1/8″x 3″x 6. Cups- 2 1/4″x 3 1/4″x 4. Plate- 1 1/8″x 7 3/8″. The item “New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800″ is in sale since Sunday, January 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Teapots & Tea Sets”. The seller is “kerrberry” and is located in Freeport, Maine. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Georgian
  • Age: ca 1800
  • Primary Material: Ceramic & Porcelain
  • Maker: New Hall Porcelain
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: White
  • Country/Region of Origin: United Kingdom

New Hall Porcelain Tea Set Enameled Flowers 811 Teapot Creamer Sugar Cups c. 1800