FIVE CHINESE SILVER AND PEWTER ITEMS INCLUDING A COCONUT BODY TEAPOT, QING
China. A teapot with sides carved from a coconut shell with Buddhist emblems, plum blossoms and a Shou character, mark and collector’s label to the base; two pewter tea caddies with relief decorations, marks to the base; an incised ink box and a pendant with finely incised traditional scenes. (5)
Condition: Generally good condition with minor wear, small dents and some soiling. Associated top cover to teapot.
Provenance: From the collection of Alexander Popov in Novi Sad, Kingdom of Serbia, acquired between 1900-1920.
Weight: 2,308 g in total.
Dimensions: Height 3.6-11.5 cm.