Masterpieces of Yixing Teapots and Chinese Antique Ceramics

Yixing Clay Teapot

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Yixing Tiliang Teapot by SHI Dabin 时大彬制调沙吴经提梁壶

Wanli Reign of Ming Dynasty (1573—1648

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Walnut Yixing Clay Teapot by CHEN Mingyuan 陈鸣远核桃壶

Kangxi Reign of Qing Dynasty (1662-1722).

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Toad Lotus Yixing Teapot by CHEN Mingyuan 陈鸣远莲蓬蟾蜍壶

Kangxi Reign of Qing Dynasty (1662-1722).

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Bamboo Yixing Teapot of TianQing Clay by SHI Jichang 清康熙静远斋继长制天青泥竹段壶

Kangxi Reign of Qing dynasty (1662-1722). It changes color has variations of colors, characteristic of TianQing Clay. JingYuanZhai is the residence name of the 17th son 允礼 of the Kangxi Emperor.

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Qianlong Imperial Falangcai Enameled Dragon Phoenix Yixing Teapot 大清乾隆年制珐琅彩龙凤葵仿鼓壶

DaQing Qianlong Nianzhi mark, QianLong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795). There was a wide press coverage to a similar one in 2018

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Qianlong Imperial Gold Gilted Poem Yixing Teapot 大清乾隆年制描金诗文书扁壶

DaQing Qianlong Nianzhi mark, QianLong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795)

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Multi-Ball Yixing Teapot, by SHAO Daheng 邵大亨掇球壶

Daoguang Reign of Qing dynasty (1821-1850). There are thousands of "claim-to-be". Very very few are for real.

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Line-Cycle Yixing Teapot by SHAO Daheng 邵大亨线圆壶

Daoguang Reign of Qing dynasty 1821-1850)

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Calligraphy Yixing Teapot of TianQing clay by SHAO Hengyu 清邵亨裕天青泥玉芩子茗杨桃壶

Qing dynasty . Calligraphy by famous female poet WU Zao 吴藻 (1799~1862)。 Note its semi-transparent jade-like appearance, characteristic of TianQing clay after usage.

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Mud Painted Yixing teapot of TianQing Clay by YANG Pengnian 杨彭年天青泥泥绘四方合斗壶

Jiaqing and Daoguan Reign of Qing dynasty (1796-1850)

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Peony Yixing Teapot by PAN Yiyuan 潘一元国色天香壶

Qing dynasty

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Mud-Painted Yixing Brush Holder by Yang Jichu 杨季初泥绘笔筒

Qing dynasty (1723-1795) Brush holders made by the author usually sells around $1million or more( article in Chinese)

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Mud-Painted Square Yixing Teapot by Yang Jichu 杨季初彩泥堆绘仙鹤唐诗大传炉壶

Qing dynasty (1723-1795). Teapots made by the author are extremely rare and this is the only credible one we have seen.

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Fanggu with Calligraphy Yixing Teapot by GU Jingzhou 顾景舟诗文梅花仿鼓壶

Republic era (1940s)

Chinese Antique Ceramics



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Hunping Jar of Yueware, Western Jin dynasty (266-316AD)


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Footed Double Gourd Vase, legendary Chai Kiln of Five dynasties (907-960)

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Red Bowl, Jun kiln of Song dynasty (960-1279)

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Dotted Bowl, Jizhou Kiln of Song dynasty (960-1279)

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Curved Mei Vase, Yingqing of Song dynasty (960-1279)

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Qilin, Yingqing of Song dynasty (960-1279)

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Mei Vase of Cizhou kiln, Song dynasty (960-1279)

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White glazed, Curved Peony Jar, Yuan dynasty (1279-1368)


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Wucai Story Vase, Yuan dynasty (1279-1368)


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Peony Charger, Yongle Reign of Ming dynasty (1403-1424)

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Doucai stem cup, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)

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Qinghua sea dragon charger, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)

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Qinghua story zun vase pair, Chenghua reign of Ming dynasty (1465-1487)


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Celadon Jar, Jiajing reign of Ming dynasty (1522-1566)


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Fencai Falangcai Shang vase, Qianlong Reign of Qing dynasty (1736-1795) 大清乾隆年制粉彩珐琅彩赏瓶