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An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » Apr 10th 17 9:01 pm

Hopefully this one is okay
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Re: An unusual teapot.

by steanze » Apr 13th 17 9:07 pm

williammimi70 wrote: Hopefully this one is okay
:? does not look Yixing to me...

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by chrl42 » Apr 14th 17 1:42 am

If you want to post a pot for its anthentication, make sure to post pictures of the pot's inside..best if higher resolution.

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » Apr 14th 17 4:21 pm

steanze wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: Hopefully this one is okay
:? does not look Yixing to me...
thank you

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » Apr 14th 17 4:22 pm

chrl42 wrote: If you want to post a pot for its anthentication, make sure to post pictures of the pot's inside..best if higher resolution.
thank you I will try to take picture

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » Apr 29th 17 8:11 pm

Close up of the pot
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Re: An unusual teapot.

by chrl42 » Apr 30th 17 2:24 am

Looks like an old teapot, late-Qing~ROC's typical export Yixing maybe..thanks for sharing.

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by steanze » May 2nd 17 1:24 am

chrl42 wrote: Looks like an old teapot, late-Qing~ROC's typical export Yixing maybe..thanks for sharing.
Yeah, the pic of under the lid is very helpful. Clay looks real and nice.

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » May 2nd 17 5:20 am

chrl42 wrote: Looks like an old teapot, late-Qing~ROC's typical export Yixing maybe..thanks for sharing.
Thank you !

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » May 2nd 17 5:21 am

steanze wrote:
chrl42 wrote: Looks like an old teapot, late-Qing~ROC's typical export Yixing maybe..thanks for sharing.
Yeah, the pic of under the lid is very helpful. Clay looks real and nice.
Thank you

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by jayinhk » May 2nd 17 6:00 am

That type of seal is from that period--does it make good tea?

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by williammimi70 » May 2nd 17 6:27 am

jayinhk wrote: That type of seal is from that period--does it make good tea?
To be honest I don't know I only use 1 pot for tea which is not this one :lol:

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Re: An unusual teapot.

by jayinhk » May 2nd 17 8:28 am

williammimi70 wrote:
jayinhk wrote: That type of seal is from that period--does it make good tea?
To be honest I don't know I only use 1 pot for tea which is not this one :lol:
:lol: wow, I have about sixty pots in rotation. I'm a little bit of the obsessive type though! :lol: