The New Hall factory was in operation at the New Hall works, Shelton Staffordshire between 1781 and 1835, they produced mainly low cost porcelain tea ware in a huge variety of floral and chinoiserie patterns.
This teapot produced in about 1795 is in pattern 173 with scattered blue, mauve and iron red floral sprigs. The rare boat shaped Teapot has an Internal 9 hole triangular strainer.
Nice antique condition, small chip to foot rim.
Nicely marked '173' in mauve
Dimensions: 10" Wide 5 1/2" High
Stock Number: HR1358
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