This is a Qing dynasty large size jewelry box It is broken in the top pot and he bottom half has been repaired well. When officials went to the Imperial Court they put the jewelry (i.e.. beads) in such a box. LARGE beads. The box hence was used for going to Court and coming home. Late 19th court use guangxu mark shown in the base
Fat and sassy frog made into a wonderful snuff bottle we will have a new photograph showing the face and the hole for the stopper. Mot included. but a funny thing happened: the seller decided to hand make a hole for a cord on the right. I could have killed her on the spot but cut her slack. Merry Christmas.
Yixing teapot covered in pewter The inside Yixing pot was made by Yang Pengnian a truly well-known Yixing potter of the early 19th Century Outside is in very good condition the inside has some corrosion due to too much tea being brewed in it. Yang flourished in the first half of the 19th century when this type of pot really was in its heyday.