19th-century Japanese teapot and sugar bowl

SKU: 16724

Dating back to the early-nineteenth century, this marvelous Japanese teapot and sugar bowl are decorated with hand-painted blue and red cornflowers, foliage, and Geisha women dressed in fine and colorful robes. The rim and handles are bright orange-red. A lovely way to elevate your tea routine or decor with a touch of elegant antique charm.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.

Approx. measurements in inches:
Teapot: 7 ½" high x 7" wide w/ handles x 4 ¼" deep
Sugar pot: 4" high x 5 ½" wide w/ handles x 4" deep
Approx. measurements in centimetres:
Teapot: 19cm high x 18cm wide w/ handles x 11cm deep
Sugar pot: 10cm high x 14cm wide w/ handles x 10cm deep
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All items are sent via air express with tracking information. Goods typically arrive at your delivery address within ten days.

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