New Hall Porcelain spiral shanked bowl, English hard paste porcelain 18th century, from the renowned New Hall factory of Shelton, Hanley, Staffordshire, England. A highly collectable antique item that dates from circa 1795-1800.
This hand painted blue, pink and gilded simple enamel pattern consists of a band of gilded floral leaves with blue and pink "flowers" on the inner rim. There are no makers marks however there is a pattern number 202. This is a well-recorded pattern of the New Hall factory.
Item Condition: Very good antique condition, Some wear to the gilding on the rim. There is a firing blemish which has been gilded over. No chips, cracks nor restoration. Please see the photographs and description.
The bowl stands approximately 2 1/2 inches high and is approximately 4 3/4 diameter at the rim. It weighs 174 grammes unpacked.
This is a great item for any collector of 18th century English porcelain, particularly New Hall.
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