A Chinese Export Yixing gold-mounted stoneware teapot and cover, Qing Dynasty, 18th century
the body moulded with a pair of dragons contesting flaming pearls, the shoulder and cover moulded with chilong and clouds, with s-shaped spout and pagoda-shaped handle, the cover and spout with gold filigree mounts and connecting chains, raised on a square foot, 16cm high
The Andrew Newall Collection.
cf. Sold: Christie's South Kensington, Chinese Ceramics, Works of Art and Textiles, 8 November 2013, lot 1451
A Chinese Export blue and white dish, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period, 1735-1796
R 7 000 - 9 000
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