An Yixing toneware ewer with two teapots and covers
Late Qing/early Republican
The finely potted fluted body applied with a short spout and an elongated handle in the form of a chi-dragon's tail, the cover missing, together with two large teapots with gourd-shaped seal marks to the cover, the other with square seal marks to the cover and mounted with metal handle.
The largest: 25.5cm long. (3).