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A Newhall tea bowl, cup and saucer together with a small cream jug

A Newhall tea bowl and saucer together with a coffee can and Newhall trio with painted reserve

Newhall English porcelain teapot, cups (3), saucers (2) & bon bon dish, early 19th century.

An early 19th century Newhall teaset comprising teapot and tray, milk and cream jug, lidded sugar basin and lump sugar bowl. Twelve coffee cans, tea cups and eleven saucers. All with gold floral borders and edges on cobalt blue bands.(42 pieces)

A Newhall cream jug of baluster form, with moulded decoration, and gilt highlights. Pattern number: N248, circa 1790. Height 13.5 cm.

A Newhall coffee pot and cover with sprigs of flowers. Pattern number N 273. Height 24 cm

A Newhall 19th century tea cup and saucer transfer print Woburn Abbey

A pair of Newhall dessert dishes, circa 1815, printed and painted to centres with marine subjects: a sailing boat out to sea and fishing boat in a harbour, the scenes bordered by moulded flower motifs and the edges shaped and gilded in a shell like form, o

A late 18th century English cream jug pattern 209 in Newhall style

An English porcelain teapot, blue ground gilded with reserves of rustic scenes with stately home, pattern 1159, possibly Newhall, star crack and restored spout and finial, c.1810