This is the most elaborately decorated teapot stand you may ever see!
The (very expensive) gilding covers most of the stand, with only patches of mazarine (or cobalt) blue, and white which is mostly covered with sprays of hand painted flowers.
It is in astonishingly excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. There is no wear to the gilding. It rings when tapped. It is about 6-1/2" wide and 8" long.
It is marked on the back with only the pattern number "699" in red. I date the stand c. 1810.
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