A beautiful Chinese teapot in ovid form with matching cover,an iron red Qianlong seal mark and of the period.Finely enamelled on both sides with two different scenes of boys in various
leisure pursuits all under a large gnarled pine tree.The handle,spout and short neck are all decorated with finely detailed flower
sprays. The domed cover is decorated with four "shuangxi" characters among pink lotus
blooms. Condition:Excellent,with very minor
wear to the enamels.Circa:Qing Dynasty,Qianlong Period(1736-1795) Size:6"high x 7 1/4"(from end of spout to end of handle) If you are a collector of fine 18thC Chinese porcelain teapots then this item belongs in your collection.