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Republic Period  Enamelled Yixing Teapot  1911-1949

Republic Period Enamelled Yixing Teapot 1911-1949

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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Stoneware: Pre 1950: Item # 1214065

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An early 20th Century Zisha ("purple clay") teapot with famille rose enamelled decoration depicting the "Three Friends of Winter" - prunus (plumb) blossom, pine tree and bamboo - and also a single bat. This item was made in Yixing, Zhejiang province, China during the Republic period (1911-1949). The maker's or shop seal mark inside the cover reads "Rong Ji"; the elaborate seal mark on the base reads "Fu Kang Ying Kou". Ying Kou is a town in Liao Ning province, north east China. Condition: very good - there are no damages other than a minute chip to the cover (please view enlargement 7) . There has been no restoration. 16.5cm (6.5inches) long; 9cm (3.5inches) high. For three additional enlargements please view #0258 on our recently constructed shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk.

宜兴紫砂加彩“岁寒三友”茶壶 约民国时期