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Tea Service/Tea Set. New Hall Porcelain Factory, Staffordshire. Comprising a teapot and cover of 'silver' shape, a milk jug, sugar basin and cover, a slop basin, two plates of different sizes, two tea bowls, two coffee cups and two saucers. Each piece is decorated with a wide band of pink enamel between narrow gold bands and with scattered floral sprigs in gold. In addition, the milk jug has two sprays of leaves below the lip, and the teapot has sprays of leaves and formal ornament on the shoulder and further formal ornament on spout and handle. Pattern no. 223. Hybrid hard-paste porcelain, moulded, and painted lead overglaze, decorated with pink enamel and gilt, height, teapot, 14.4 cm, length, teapot, 24.1 cm, height, sugar basin, 13.5 cm, diameter, sugar basin, 10.3 cm, height, slop basin, 7.4 cm, diameter, slop basin, 15.2 cm, height, milk jug, 11.5, cm, height, plate, 3.2 cm, diameter, plate, 23.8 cm, height, plate, 3.1 cm, diameter, plate, 20.1 cm, height, coffee can, 6.6 cm, height, tea bowl, 6.1, cm, diameter, tea bowl, 7.6, cm, height, saucer, 3.2, cm, diameter, saucer, 13.1, cm, circa 1785. Rococo.