Qing Dynasty ceramic teapot
This beautiful ceramic teapot is decorated on one side with a beautiful tree in bloom and swallows flying enter the branches, and on the back we find a writing signed by the creator of this teapot, both top water refilling as the top is also decorated with flower details. One of the things that makes us think that this teapot was made with skill and precision, not only the quality of the drawings, if not, the handles are made of solid silver, at the bottom we find the marks in the paint typical of the period, six round brand created by a kind of tripod on which the kettle was deposited at the time of introduction into the annealing furnace and manufacturing.
We also found a red stamp with six characters indicate that it belongs to late mid nineteenth century Qing dynasty.
Measurements: 18cm x 11.5 cm