ENGLISH NEW HALL PORCELAIN TEAPOT, having polychrome-painted decoration with floral sprays, paneled, molded sides, and a tea straining/infusing insert that sits below the cover of undetermined association. Together with one round polychrome decorated teapot with gilding, marked "Dresden" on base with sheep design, having long hairline crack across one side. Two pieces total. New Hall China Works, Staffordshire, England. Late 18th/early 19th century. 5" to 6 1/8" H.
Literature: Pattern as Holgate - New Hall, p. 148, Pattern 173, and p. 149, pl. 152.
Provenance: Property of The Strong, Rochester, NY, sold to benefit the museum's collections fund.
Good visual condition with several areas of discolored restoration and flake on edge of insert; manufacturing cracks on flange of cover, mostly covered with glaze, additional Dresden teapot with hairline crack.