Material copper and tibetian silver
the biggest teapot 36 " tall x 22 " wide
The smallest teapot 9 " tall x 7 1/4" wide
The blown horn 26 1/2" when unopen and 68" when fully expanded
The teapots are fully carved.. with lots of dragons motif .. pictures dont do them justice.. difficult to find the bigger size teapots
Pls do request for more pics if needed
The blow horn opens up to over 6 feet in length
Self collect kajang preferred
More about the teapots
Tibetan - dating from the 19th century.
A fine baluster form butter teapot - hand raised and constructed from beaten sheet copper. The press mounting cover is located by a recessed collet type lip.
The cast, applied and riveted, brass handle is of dragon form - finely detailed. The scrolling brass spout takes the form of a makara - the opening mounted with silver. The silver embellishment is finished with chased decoration. A pair of copper rivets secure the spout to the vessel.
An applied silver embellishment encircles the raised neck - the silver mount of repeating scrolls. A second decorative silver embellishment encircles the opening at the rim.
The convex cover also incorporates applied silver embellishments - both to the rim and also surrounding the large silver lotus 'bud' form knop