Pair 18th Century Blue and White Gilded New Hall Dishes England Circa 1790


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 depth with many lovely highlights of lighter blue (see image #2). The blue is fabulous! The blue ground is gilded with golden acorns and oak leaf decorations. The lavish gilding is magnificent. The combination of exquisite blue and lavish gilt is perfect. This is a beautiful pair of dishes!

Dimensions: 8″ in diameter, 1.25″ tall

Condition: Excellent

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Background of New Hall Porcelain

The New Hall Porcelain Company established a factory at New Hall, Staffordshire, in 1782. For the next forty years, they made hand-painted hard-paste porcelain.

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