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Sugar basin and cover. New Hall Porcelain Factory, Staffordshire, New Hall. Painted in pale salmon-pink and puce enamels and gold with flowerheads, triangles, and garlands. Pattern no. ‘362’. The oval basin is of deep-sided ogee form moulded in two halves, with ring handles at either end, standing on an oval foot, The cover is of domed ogee form with an oval tureen-shaped knob, under which there is small circular hole. The basin has a gold band round the lower and upper edges, with below the latter, a broad border comprising on each side, three salmon-pink rosettes reserved in gold disks enclosed by waving garlands of small gold and puce leaves. In the spaces above there are puce triangles with gold edges. On the lower part of the bowl here are two gold sprigs on each side. The cover has a similar border, three spaced out gold sprigs, and gold bands round the top of the cover and the edge of the knob, which is also has swirling gold stripes. '362' painted on the base in pale purple enamel. Hard-paste porcelain, lead-glazed, painted in pale salmon-pink and puce enamels and gold, height, whole, 14.5 cm, length, whole, 14.3 cm, width, whole, 10.5 cm, circa 1795-1805. Neoclassical.