A.A. Vantine Kutani Porcelain Teapot

For A.A. Vantine, Japanese Meiji Era, 19th Century


Availability: In stock

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Shop this Kutani teapot for sale on All The Decor. A mesmerizing and stunning example of fine Japanese porcelain Kutani ware made for the renowned dealer A.A. Vantin, during the 19th century of the Meiji era. Hand-painted in a complete landscape scene, this vibrant and alluring teapot form is a warm and classic home accent for various tabletop decor in a classic and aristocratic style.

This delicate and well-presented teapot is perfect for anyone looking for rare Kutani porcelain-made export, decorating, light, and dark greens, yellows, blues, and gilt decorations, this delicate and well-presented teapot is decorated in an array of gilt decorations on behalf of Vantin. The dealer Ashley Abraham Vantine traveled to Japan and China during the 19th century and presented his beautiful wares for sale in his building on 5th Avenue in New York City. The underside of the teapot or coffee pot bears his incised seal mark.


The teapot measures 7.25 inches in height and 4.5 inches in diameter at the base.


The porcelain and hand-painted decoration display surface imperfections and wear elements, kiln cracking from the firing process during production, and staining and wear to the porcelain and hand-painted decoration. This teapot is not for kitchen use.
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