A pretty bone china circular dessert plate by New Hall with pale blue ground rim framed with gilt and reserving relief moulded floral frieze of flowering vines. Finely painted with a landscape vignette of Hedley Lodge, named at the edge, with the house standing on a mound in the background with two fisherman standing on the riverbank in the foreground. c.1815-1820.
Provenance: Geoffrey Godden collection. Reference: New Hall, Holgate, colour plate S.
It measures 20.5cm (8 1/8") wide and 2cm (3/4").
In excellent condition with no damage or repair. Very minor wear to the gilding. No discernible wear to the enamel scene or otherwise.