Chinese Porcelain Teapot, Precious Objects, Kangxi Period, circa 1700

Chinese porcelain teapot, circa 1700, Kangxi Period. The lightly stippled ‘chicken skin’ body, well painted in underglaze blue, with panels of vases on stands, and Buddhistic symbols. The simple loop handle, and spout decorated with flowering plants, and fungi. Having a cover painted with further Buddhistic emblems, and surmounted a bud finial.
Fungi Mark to the base, within a concentric circle, and unglazed footrim.

Height – 9.5 cm, 3 3/4”.
Length – 18 cm, 7 1/8”.

Condition – Chips to foot rim, and inner flange of cover. No restoration.

Medium: Porcelain

Height: 8.50 cm, 3"

Width: 18.00 cm, 7"

Depth: 8.50 cm, 3"