Three Yixing stoneware teapots and covers
Mid Qing dynasty
The teapot of rhomboid form applied with bamboo and prunus decoration to the sides, the swan-neck spout, handle and knop naturalistically moulded in the forms of bamboo, pine and prunus, another of rectangular form with four bird roundles and stylised dragon handle, the clay of a dark brown tone, together with another square teapot.
The largest: 18.5cm long. (3).