London, South Kensington
1 November 2001
A New Hall dark-blue-ground part tea service
painted and gilt with trailing fruiting vines, comprising: an oval teapot, cover and stand, a sugar bowl and cover, a milk jug, a slop basin, two saucer dishes, nine teacups and eleven saucers, painted pattern 771, circa 1805 (minor damages and wear)
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Cf. David Holgate, New Hall (1987), p. 196, pl. 295.
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