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A Chinese Yixing teapot, the russet brown ovoid pot with a textured 'Peeling nut' style casing and a tall arched handle in the form of a bent twig embellished with monkeys, a domed lid with a monkey finial, text to the body and an impressed seal un
A Chinese Yixing teapot of an unusual rounded and cutaway form with a 'C' handle and a lid apparently in the form of a bug; having incised and stained script to the side of the pot; pressed mark underside. Height 8.5 cm
A fine Chinese porcelain export teapot, mid Qing Dynasty, late 18th century, the globular pot, finely lobed and with a scroll moulded spout and ear shaped handle, with underglaze blue floral and diaper patterns surrounding large reserves of loose floral sp
A Chinese Yixing teapot, Qing Dynasty, 18th/19th century, with burnished dark brown body and eight character inscription, signed 'YI ZHI HUA RU SHANG LIN CUN XIAN GONG' on the base, and a single character under the lid, probably from a shipwreck, 6
A Chinese Yixing teapot, 20th century, the red brown satin glazed pot of compressed modern form with a circular handle and a flat lid with a mushroom shaped finial, signed with seals and a cartouche underside, also to handle and interior of lid. Height 7 c
A Yixing teapot, modern era, of cylindrical form and relief modelled to represent a bamboo basket, and having a fantastic creature handle and spout, the lid with a yin yang motif to the knop; with character marks underside and also to the lid. Height 11.5
A group of three Chinese blue and white wares, including an ovoid teapot; a lobed ewer in the 17th to 18th century manner with a scroll strap handle, a slightly flared neck and a waisted foot, with a dragon frieze; and a rustic high shouldered ovoid pot wi
A fine Yixing teapot. Republic Era (early 20th century). Reputedly by master potter Guo Jing Zhou, the compressed round teapot in russet and of lightly textured form with a low domed lid and knob finial, with a double maker's seal to the base and a mak
A Chinese Yixing teapot, in deep brown colouring, a circular pot enclosed within a pierced, scrolled and writhing layer of dragons, with a dragon handle and spout and a conforming finial; unmarked. Height 7.5 cm. Width 15.5 cm
A contemporary Chinese yixing hexaganal tea pot, Attributed to Shi Xiaoma, moulded on four sides in low relief dragons and phoenix, impressed seal mark 'Xiaoma' to the base, 6.2 cm high, 12.3 cm at the widest
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