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BID DATE:
11/10/2018 10:40 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
keeman
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DESCRIPTION

(2) GEISHA ORIENTAL CHINA TEA POTS

Age. More than 80 years old
Composition. Porcelain
Size. 9 high
Rating: 9
Comments. This pair of chocolate pots has colorful Oriental designs of Geisha Girls, gardens, flowers, lanterns hanging from the tree branches and Oriental designed structures. They have hand painted details in the designs as well as painted highlights throughout. They have large loop handles, elongated pour spouts and fancy knobs on their domed tops. Both are in very good shape with very minor use wear and light soiling. They have the same form with one being just a tad taller and they have different designs. A very nice, colorful pair of pots to add some color to your Oriental designed decor and could also be used to serve your guests their green tea.

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