Chinese 'Imari teapot. Tulip motif. c. 1700. Kang Hsi Period.


A Chinese porcelain teapot, c. 1700. Kang Hsi Period. The small, melon shaped teapot, painted in the Chinese Imari taste, with tulips, in underglaze blue, heightened in iron red enamel; beneath a Ruyi head border Having a short spout, and simple loop handle. The moulded cover similarly decorated, and having a pierced, bud finial.
Possibly made fir the Turkish market.
Height - 10.5 cm, 4 1/8".
Width - 14 cm, 5 1/2".
Condition - Chip to inner flange of the cover. Otherwise perfect condition. NO restoration.

Medium: Porcelain

Height:  10.50 cm, 4.13"
Width:  14 cm, 5.51"

Condition: Chip to inner flange of the cover. Otherwise perfect condition. NO restoration.

£480

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