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I'm not quite sure on the orientation of the stamps, I can flip them in a image editor if I need to let me know. The teapots have multiple stamps on each one so I grouped each of them into one picture for each pot. Thank you very much for any help you have as to what the names are.

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    I'm only sure about the right one in the second row - 煌. – Vim Feb 1 at 3:41
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    The left one in the second row, though appearing to be a single character, should be actually two characters 宜興 stacked vertically. Note that 宜興 (simplified 宜兴) is a Chinese city famous for making teapots, especially 紫砂茶壶. – Vim Feb 1 at 3:47
  • Oh I see now it's just a stylized version of writing 宜興, how unusual I've never seen any marked like that. – amadeus Feb 1 at 3:51
  • Here's a photo of that one if you'd like to see it. https://imgur.com/a/EWrAmCs – amadeus Feb 1 at 3:58
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    The first seems to be a flipped image of X華; the second, a flipped 惠 – Daniel Cheung Feb 1 at 4:59
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惠 小𦾓(華)

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宐(宜)𢍯(興) 煌

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Suspected: 𣂺(新)仁 座 座𣂺仁製

Confirmed: 𣂺A B B𣂺A製

I see:

  • B: 座(广 + 坐)


    古文
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    說文解字
     


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  • A: 仁

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