Japanese Silver Teapot w Jade Rings
Description & Size: 7.62 x 12.7 x 7.62 cm (3" x 5" x 3") height & wide with & without spout & handle; Weight: 111 gram (3.92 oz)
Age: Early Meiji Period; Material: Silver, Ebony wood, & Jade; Production: Handcrafted
This is a nice personal Japanese silver teapot with ebony wood handle & a unique jade rings as a finial. It's a handsomely handcrafted for a tea connoisseur of the time. It's in great shape & nice clear silver polish with traditional silver grinder imprint near the base of the body. It comes with a silver lid with a uniquely thicker jade ring surround by two smaller jade rings as a finial. It's in excellent condition for such an old personal silver teapot. The silver teapot is signed with the traditional mark "Jungin" or pure silver.