The teapot has hand-painted and glazed, with a yellow/green floral decoration with each side having a vignette. The handle and spout are painted to resemble rattan weaving. The tea pot is moulded in the form of the character "fu", meaning good fortune. The teapot is missing the top lid.On one side, at the lower edge of the vignette is a. There's a coupe of spots where the glazing didn't cover completely, the two white areas in the photos.
Tea pot has been sitting in a display case for the past 60+ years. The Qing dynasty was the last imperial dynasty in China, succeeded by the Republic of China in 1912.The Qing were made up of ethnic Manchus from the northern Chinese region of Manchuria. The item "Antique Teapot, 19th C Chinese late Qing Dynasty, Porcelain 8.5" is in sale since Monday, September 6, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Teapots". The seller is "collectionforall" and is located in Nellis AFB, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.