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Item:253813714480Listed without a reserve is a very nice antique Japanese enamel cloisonne teapot and creamer possibly from the Meiji period. The cloisonne work is very detailed. The pot measures about 6 1/2 inches from spout to back of pot. It stands appox. 6 inches tall with the handle in up position. The main part of the pot is 2 1/2 inches to the top of the lid finial. The creamer measures 5 1/4 inches from spout to the back of the handle Condition: handle of the creamer looks to be bent a little resulting in some enamel loss to the back of the handle. I see a small part of the lid missing about one mm of enamel on the edge and a very small dent to the rim of the lid. The color of the lid appears to be brighter than the rest of the pot. Please see all picture for best description of the condition. Overall the condition is very nice but not perfect, so please do not bid if you are expecting a perfect item. If winning bidder is from outside of the US please wait for an invoice before paying.Condition:Minor enamel loss to creamer handle and lid, Region of Origin:Japan, Age:1850-1899, Primary Material:Bronze, Original/Reproduction:Antique Original, Color:Multi-Color
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Antique Japanese Cloisonne Enamel Teapot and Creamer Possible Meiji Period