Yixing Stoneware from the Mr and Mrs Gerard Hawthorn Collection: Part II (lots 501-545)
Three Yixing stoneware teapots and covers
Mid Qing dynasty, signed Shi Xiong Finely potted in the form of a pumpkin with stalk knop, applied with a slightly curved spout and loop handle, together with a cylindrical teapot with tapering neck and incised vine design, and another fluted teapot, the base impressed with a seal mark. The largest: 21cm long. (3).
The two-character mark Shixiong appears to be a name of an unrecorded potter, and the seal mark Yiji possibly refers to the workshop.
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