A gorgeous English George III period porcelain teacup & saucer by New Hall, Staffordshire in their'Imari Vine' pattern #446, circa 1798 - 1805 in superb condition. Finely potted, Bute shaped cup, ring handle and deep saucer (no well) all typical of the period, hand-painted in underglaze cobalt blue, top decorated with iron red enamel and gilded with gold enamel in the minutest of detail. New to the market from a local estate.
Marks: Unmarked, as is much of New Hall china. The china body is in flawless condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines, restoration or repairs. Cup rings like a bell when tapped. The gilding is also in remarkable condition with almost zero wear except for a few spots around the outer edge of the saucer.
Please refer to photos for cosmetic condition. Underplate measures 5.5" (14.2cm) across and cup is 3.25" (8.3cm) across rim and 2.25 (5.8cm) high.
Just a quick glance at my feedback should set your mind at rest, as many buyers are kind enough to mention how pleased they were with the way their item was packed. There are no hidden extra charges.The item "220-yr-old New Hall, Staffordshire, English porcelain tea-cup & saucer 1798-1805" is in sale since Monday, November 9, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Cups & Saucers". The seller is "caarascup" and is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.