New Hall Teapot
This lovely early New Hall teapot of exceptional quality and design would have adorned a wealthy home.
In the latter part of the 18th century, New Hall was the first firm to make a commercially successful porcelain in Staffordshire, England. utilizing the native raw materials of china stone and china clay.
Our teapot is of the Boy in the Window pattern (some consider this the Woman in the Window) and in exceptional condition with no apparent chips or cracks.