Antique New Hall China teacup and saucer in the “Boy in a Window” pattern. An Asian inspired teacup and saucer manufactured by New Hall China in bright, polychrome colours on a white background. The pattern shows a boy looking through a window at an outdoor scene of three figures in a lush garden setting. New Hall China was manufactured by a group of six Staffordshire potters. They produced a wide variety of tea services in primarily hard paste porcelain from 1781-1810. Decoration for this piece was entirely by hand. The handle and the interior rim of the cup were also hand painted. The cup is formed in the London shape with a wishbone handle and comes with a deep saucer/no well cup (common forms for the early 19th century). Unmarked. Circa 1800. England.
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Saucer diameter: 5 1/4″ (13.3 cm)
Cup diameter: 3 1/2″ (8.9 cm)
In overall mint condition. The images and colours remain crisp and vibrant. No chips, cracks or crazing. Minor wear to the enamel commensurate with age.
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