"Anglo-American Ceramics" by Arman lists a cup and saucer from this set as extremely rare and the matching creamer as "probably exists"! Well here it is. Now we can say with certainty that it does exist. The eagle and banner are wonderful early depictions and the pieces are in nearly mint condition. They are finely made porcelain, not creamware, beautifully hand painted. A real treasure and a pleasure to own. It has taken me 6 years to track down these pieces. The only others I know of are a cup/saucer at the PMA that they attribute to the New Hall porcelain factory (1781-1835) in Staffordshire, England and a few broken cups/saucers. This lack of other pieces leads me to believe that only one service was ever made! Unique? In hope of keeping these 4 pieces together I am offering them at this time only as one item at a discounted net price of $ 2500. HELP FIND THE MISSING TEA POT!
|Origin||England for the American Market|
|Artist/Maker||New Hall factory, Staffordshire, England|
|Measurements||Sugar Bowl: length 6 1/2" and height 5 3/4"|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Price||$ 2500. for 4 piece set|
|Contact||Jesse & Carol Goldberg, 914-669-5971 or Artemis@optonline.net|