RARE LARGE ENGLISH REGENCY PORCELAIN DISH C.1805-10, NEW HALL MAZARINE
BLUE & GOLD PATTERN 566
elegant mazarine blue ground and gold tea plate produced around
1805-1810 by the popular and highly collectable New Hall Staffordshire
porcelain makers. The hard paste body indicates early New Hall
production. A classic Regency style dish and a real rarity. Certainly a
hard to find pattern and with typically only two tea plates per
service, these larger display dishes are rarely found."Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
See New Hall by David Holgate, 2nd
version page 185 for a coffee can illustrated in
this highly desirable 'china cabinet collector' pattern 566.
width 200 mm max.
pattern number 566 to back illustrated.
In great display condition. Condition report: No
damage chips, cracks or restoration. Some rubbing to gilding,
principally around the 5 o'clock edge in main photograph. Faint streaks
of smokey discolouration to porcelain in centre roundel - probably from
firing and quite difficult to spot.
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