A group of Yixing stoneware teapots
Early Qing dynasty
Of cylindrical form with curved ends rising from a recessed foot to a short straight neck, flanked each side with a spout and a 'C'-shaped handle, all decorated in appliqué with a continuous landscape scene of figures strolling amongst landscape of pavilions with interconnecting bridges, the cover fashioned in the form of an oriental umbrella surmounted by a morning glory, together with two lobed teapots and covers.
The tallest: 13.8cm high. (6).