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A Yixing tea pot with two seals of the artist, Xu Hantang [1932-], the Zisha clay with an impressed mark inside the lid and one on the base. Provenance: The private collection of an Eastern suburbs gentleman. Height 17 cm. Diameter 14 cm
A Chinese blue Yixing tea pot, two seals of the artist: Jiang Rong [1919-2008], one inside the lid and one on base, Jiang Rong, well known female Zisha artist and famous for her frogs on lily pads, and the detailed and contrasting colours used on all the p
A Chinese Yixing teapot, with blue and white enamel decoration and metal handle, inscribed signature underneath the cover and to the interior centre of the teapot, impressed mark underneath the back handle support and to the base, width 17.5 cm
Three Chinese Yixing Teapots, one of squat form with tall straight sides sitting on five half coin feet, one of rounded form with raised bamboo fronds, each with perfectly fitting lids, and impressed marks to base
A Chinese Yixing teapot. People's Republic of China era, later 20th century, in red brown tones and of compressed ovoid form with a twig handle issuing peach leaves and small fruits, the low domed lid with a peach and twig finial; impressed seal mark under
A Yixing teapot, on three feet, decorated with poetry and ships in harbour scenes, the handle in a stylised dragon with it's mouth joining to the body, chop to inner lid, stamp to base with calligraphy to either side of stamp. Height 12 cm. Length 18 cm
A Chinese 'Friends of Winter' Yixing teapot. Fashioned as a cut section of log with a twig form handle and a bamboo spout, bark like texture to one side and sprigs of bamboo and blossom to the other, a gnarled pine branch finial to the flat fitted lid in r
A Chinese Yixing tea pot with fine bamboo decoration the knop, handle and spout in the form of bamboo fronds, applied bamboo leaves on the lid and body. Very fine fitting lid with impressed makers mark to base, height 9.5 cm
A Chinese yixing teapot, attributed to Wang Yinxian (1943 - ), incised Mao's famous verse 'serve the people' on one side, and landscape on the other, one seal of the artist to the interior of the lid, and one seal of the artist to the base, accompanied wit
A Chinese Yixing teapot, 20th century, the red clay teapot in the form of a rough cast pod entwined with leaves, tendrils and seed heads, the handle in the form of a twisted branch, the lid conforming and with a monkey finial; incised signature underside.
A Chinese Yixing teapot, in deep olive tonings and in the form of a squat lobed gourd or pumpkin, with a branch style handle and having a similarly shaped lid with a vegetal finial; with impressed seal marks to the lid and also underside. Height 7.5 cm. Wi
A group of four Yixing Teapots, all in red brown tonings, three of ovoid form, the fourth square, all with domed lids with knops and bearing buff coloured Chairman Mao medallions, three with script to the body and all with impressed seal marks underside. H
Two Chinese Yixing Teapots, one of squat round form with a bamboo style handle, spout and finial, having an incised landscape scene to one face and script to the other, the other of compressed tapering form, having a small spout and simple rounded handle,
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 underside.
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