A group of three silver-mounted Yixing stoneware teapots and covers
Late Ming/early Qing dynasty
The red stoneware teapot of globular form rising from the tapering foot, set with a silver and wood handle and silver spout, the body decorated in appliqué with a 'Boys in Lotus Scroll' design between a band of scrolls at the foot and another at the shoulder, the base with an impressed seal mark, together with two other purple-brown teapots mounted with a silver spout, the latter with an English silver cover (hallmark reading George III, 1808), the base incised with inscriptions.
The largest: 18.2 long. (3).