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Chinese Export Teapots and Canns

Chinese Export, late 18th-early 19th century. A group of export porcelain including one over-sized teapot with famille rose decoration and pomegranate finial, a small teapot with figural reserves, a mug with iron red and gilt floral decoration, and a mug with reserves of boating scenes on a gilt ground; larger teapot oah. 8.75 in., larger mug ht. 6.25 in.

Provenance:Property from the Descendants of Bertha Benkard Rose, Oyster Bay, NY and Tucson, AZ

Condition:

Large teapot with repaired spout and handle (at bottom joint). Chip to spout and rim, and multiple chips to handle. Smaller teapot with several chips around vent hole. Two tiny chips on lid rim and spout end. Minor enamel losses.

Gilt loss to smaller mug.

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$780
12/10/2016

 

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