Cast iron teapot with castings of frogs, dragonflies, octopuses and dragons from the Heisei period. The body of the teapot is made from cast iron and portrays a beautiful scenery of frogs on a rock and dragonflies flying around in the air. The handle is made from brass and has been elegantly carved with two dragons blowing fire at each other. Two octopuses are binding the handle and teapot together with their tentacles. The lid of the teapot is made from bronze and has a golden handle made from brass.
The teapot is signed on the bottom and side by - Ryubun in Japan - and under the lid - Ryubundo -
The teapot has been tested for leakage and there is none.
And on the bottom : "The crafts-mans contact address: East of Biwa lake in Japan" - 家戌日本琵琶湖在东
- Bronce, Hierro forjado, Latón
- siglo 20
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- Cast Iron Tea Pot with castings of Frogs, Dragonflies, Octopuses and Dragons from the Heisei Period
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- 23×18×20 cm