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This 19th century, Meiji Era (circa 1880) Japanese teapot holds up to 1 gallon of liquid. The teapot is round with two loops at the top where the traditional bamboo and rattan handle would be attached - which is missing on this model. The top features a seated foo dog handle as the top knot. Blue, painted pine boughs decorate the pot's sides, creating a layered image. The bottom third of the tea pot is unglazed and rough in texture. 


Note: the teapot spout sports a small chip on the bottom tip. Shipping costs will be affected due to size/weight.


Material: porcelain

Dimensions: 10.5" H x 11" W x 9" D

19th Century Meiji Era Japanese Blue and White Porcelain Teapot

SKU: 993-10340
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