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Celadon pot

Celadon pot


A crackle-glaze celadon pot, perhaps a brush pot, with a removable, silver lid and a silver mount around the rim. The design on the lid is in repoussé with flowers and leaves between three cup-like designs with scrolled handles. The lid is marked with a leopards head crowned, lion passant, a date letter N within a rectangular shield and a makers mark (a three-leaved clover). The mark shows that the mounts were made in London in 1550. Chinese pot.

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