Three Yixing stoneware teapots and covers
Early Qing dynasty
Of compressed globular form, the plain body set with a swan-neck spout, surmounted by a domed cover, the base with a seal mark reading qing de tang, the clay of a beige hue; the other applied with lion, bat and wan symbol designs to the sides, other applied in a buff colour on the brown body with peach flower sprays.
The largest: 20.5cm long. (3).