Three Yixing stoneware lobed 'lion' teapots and covers
Late Qing dynasty / early Republican period
Each similarly potted but in different sizes, the body lobed in the shape of a melon, flanked by a spout and a 'C'-shaped handle, the cover also lobed surmounted by a recumbent lion, each with different marks or seal marks at the inside cover or at the base.
The largest 15.5cm long. (6).