Chinese late Qing to early Republic lidded Yixing (zisha) pottery teapot with two metal handles enameled overall in a turquoise and green abstract floral pattern. A faint, impressed square mark on the base holds a design of a hut and tree. A similar mark can be found on the bottom of lot 3371 of Bonham’s San Francisco 13 Mar 2012 auction and on lot 277 of Bonham’s Hong Kong 28 Nov 2011 auction. A single, rectangular pouring hole is in the inside of the spout. 6 3/8” high x about 7” across to the tip of the spout. Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition. There is a tiny hairline in the enamel on the lid that does not appear to extend into the stoneware lid itself. There is also a small production flaw on the side. The finial is missing on the lid.