Two Yixing stoneware 'hundred-fruit' teapots and covers
Qing dynasty, one signed Wang Zhiyuan, the other signed Ji An
Each naturalistically moulded of pomegranate form with a 'bat' fruit' handle and lotus-shoot spout, the skillfully fitted cover moulded in the form of a mushroom, the main body decorated with applied fruits and nuts around the shoulder in differing coloured clays and slip, with one or multiple seal marks.
The largest: 17cm long. (4).