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Midcentury Elephant Teapot

Chris Galusha

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Midcentury  Elephant Teapot
Midcentury  Elephant Teapot
Midcentury  Elephant Teapot
Midcentury  Elephant Teapot
Midcentury  Elephant Teapot
Midcentury  Elephant Teapot

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Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; minor crazing to glaze and painting
Country of Origin:
7" L x 4" W x 7" H

Why We Love This

Single-serving Japanese teapot in the shape of an elephant. Elephant's trunk is positioned is upward, a symbol of good luck. A small child sits serenely on the the lid. The teapot features unusual matte white glaze on body, gilt accents, and original rattan handle. Hallmarked "Made in Japan" on bottom.
As described by Chris Galusha

About Chris Galusha

Collector, designer, and artisan Chris Galusha's love affair with the exotic began with her early childhood spent in Morocco. The hunt for the exotic became a lifelong passion, embracing diverse cultures and ages. Renowned for her sumptuous leather pillows, Chris also delights in finding unusual elements that add a touch of global glamor to any interior.