New Hall Porcelain Tea Waste Bowl 6 inch Hand Painted Pattern 241 c 1795
A New Hall hard paste porcelain, hand painted tea waste bowl decorated in polychrome floral sprays and swags in pattern 241 dating from the late 18th century, circa 1795.
This waste or slop bowl would have been part of a tea service and was made by the New Hall Porcelain Company of New Hall Shelton, Staffordshire, England, who operated from 1782–1835.
The bowl is in good antique condition, there is a firing tear to the rim from manufacture and some wear to the inside, from something being sat in it. It could have possibly been used as a plant pot in the past. there is some minor fritting from manufacture. Please see the images.
This is a great item for any collector of English late 18th century bowls , tea ware or 18th century New Hall porcelain.
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Bowl height 2 3/4 inches ( 7 cm)
Bowl diameter 6 3/8 inches ( 16.3 cm)
Weight 387 grammes unpacked.