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Chinese 18th C. Qianlong Export Famille Rose Teapot

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 SOLD with thanks to Beijing, China 
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Starting $9.99 with no reserve!

Teapot with overglaze enamels
Mid-18th century
Qianlong period, Qing dynasty
Porcelain with overglaze enamels
H: 23.5 cm W: 17.5 cm
Nearly perfect condition: one small chip on lid, no further damage
From a Yarmouth, MA estate

It's so rare these days to be able to find 18th century Chinese teapots in good shape: they are usually missing the lid, or the handle and sprout is broken. This teapot, on the other hand, has survived more than in tact, and is a curious blend of European and Chinese influences. Its not clear if teapots like this were influenced by Meissen wares, or vice versa. Whatever the case, I absolutely love its fantastic shape, which is a successful pairing of voluminous curves with fragile delicacy.

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1.We absolutely guarantee our items to be authentic and correctly dated; nothing we sell will ever be a post-Republic period modern reproduction.
2.Returns can be made, no questions asked, within 7 days. Past that, we will accept returns in the event of a mistake in our period attribution. No restocking fee will be charged. The buyer pays for the return shipping, and all pieces must be returned in its original condition.
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