Vintage Asian teapot with matching tea cups. Tokoname, Japanese style pouring handle. Excellent condition.
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Inspired by nature, this clay teapot has a vine that adorns the handle and the stem is fashioned like a leaf. A whimsical squirrel acts as a handle for the lid.
Yixing, pronounced “ee-shing”, teapots first appeared in the Yixing region of China, during the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 ME). Since then, they have become the preferred tea brewing vess...
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This Yixing clay teapot takes on the appearance of an acorn squash. The spout is ornamented like a leaf and vine.