Chinese Porcelain Teapot & Cover, Famille Verte, circa 1700, Kangxi Period

Chinese porcelain teapot and cover, circa 1700, Kangxi Period. The moulded teapot painted in famille verte enamels, with panels of an exotic bird on a rock, amongst flowering plants. The reverse with ducks beneath water plants. Further panels of flowering plants. within chevron and flower head borders. The spout and handle of square form, and painted with flower heads. An 18th century engraved silver gilt mount is attached to the spout.
The teapot set upon three cabriole feet. Having a shaped cover, similarly decorated, and surmounted by a flower bud finial.
Measures: Height 11 cm, 4 3/8”.
Length 16 cm, 6 1/4”.
Width 8 cm, 3 1/8”.
Condition: Typical repair to minor chips on the rims.

Medium: Porcelain

Height  11.00 cm, 4"
Width  16.00 cm, 6"
Depth  8.00 cm, 3"

Condition: Good


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