Handpainted Enamel Teapot
One of the most classic modern enamel patterns, especially outside of China, styles of this pattern have been made since the late Qing Dynasty. The distinctive inscription on the side of each vessel reading "万寿无疆" (wan shou wu jiang), meaning "everlasting long life," coupled with the intricate, hand-painted motifs covering each piece make them instantly recognizable. Our works are painted in patterns reminiscent of those made in state-owned porcelain factories in Jingdezhen from the 1950s to the 1980s. While these are modern renditions, most are still painted by the same craftspeople that have been making wan shou wu jiang porcelain for the last 60 years.