Pair New Hall Porcelain Hand Painted Dishes Made England Circa 1800


This pair of New Hall Porcelain dishes features fabulous hand-painted flowers. The colors and the artistry are exquisite.

The beautiful flowers are encircled with a thin line of gilt. The borders are decorated with impressed fruits and flowers. On each dish, the edge is trimmed in a purple “ribbon” that ends in a “bow.” Overall they are beautiful and sweet.

Dimensions: 8.75″ long x 8″ wide.

Condition: Excellent with several firing spots from when the glaze was thin in the firing.

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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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