Definition of New Hall in English:

New Hall

(also Newhall)

Pronunciation /ˌnjuː ˈhɔːl/

noun

  • Attributive Designating china or porcelain produced at New Hall, Shelton, Staffordshire from 1782 until 1835. Also absol.: New Hall ware.

    The factory is principally known for its production of hard-paste porcelain until 1810, and subsequently for bone china, and is associated with sprigged decoration.

Origin

Early 19th century. From New Hall, the name of a factory site at Shelton, in Staffordshire, England.