An impressively sized Chinese export porcelain Kangxi period punch pot (or large tea pot) decorated in Famille Verte enamels decorated around the body with floral symbols of the Four Seasons – peony, prunus, lotus, and chrysanthemum, edged with a ruyi border around the shoulder, the motifs continuing on the cover.  Measuring 71/2″ tall by 10″ wide.  Restoration to the base of the spout and the cover, along with small lines around the base of the handle; beautiful, vibrant enamels. Circa 1700.