Faint short 1.0 cm. hairline to one lobe (see details). No other faults.
A long hairline crack on one side which runs from lip to base (see photos). Old chip to handle. Glaze crack at base of handle. No other faults.
There is chipping to the footrim. Wear to enamelling on the interior. No other damage.
The teabowl is unmarked.
One small rim break restuck. Slight crack to the interior at one corner, not piercing the exterior.
Minor chips. Short 2.5 cm. crack at 11.00. No other faults.
Chip to reverse and one small frit. No other faults.
Minor glaze losses. A spalled area on the undecorated end.
Other examples in the collection of the Victoria and Albert and the Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam.
Trimmed to right-hand edge. Pitting to glaze.
Trimmed to lower and left-hand edge. Chip to one corner and losses as shown.
Minor chipping and one burst glaze bubble.
Slight chipping, possible slight trimming to left-hand edge.
I am not a silver specialist and have been unable to identify the marks on this teapot, one of which appears to contain the number 13 (Loth number?).
Slightly loose on its base and with some old marks to one hand (see detail).