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Chinese Qing Dynasty (Later Transitional Period) peach-shaped teapot (or wine pot), realistic peach shape body in unusual green colour w/ leaf decoration in relief, branch shape handle and spout, c. 1644-83, porcelain w/ polychrome glazes, China / Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, New York, USA


vintage Fortnum & Mason Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea tea tin, rectangular w/ rounded corners, with men in Georgian dress flanking a clock face w/ hands at four o'clock, n.d., London, UK


A Delft Hoppestyn Teapot and cover, Het Moriaenshooft (The Moor’s Head) Factory 1679 - 1686 IW 4 in blue for Jacob Wemmersz Hoppesteyn 1679-86 Height : 18.6 cm Width : 17.2 cm The hexagonal body with high yoke handle decorated in blue with black outlines with panels of flowers after Chinese ‘transitional’ porcelain. The domed cover with globular finial. The form is taken from a Chinese Yixing redware teapot. Jeroen P.M. Hartgers