Cast Iron Tea Pot

c. 1900
W: 8.5" D: 6.25" H: 10.0"
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This sculptural iron teapot was cast in Northern China during the early 20th century. Before tea became a popular drink, it was used medicinally to prevent many different diseases. A 16th-century Chinese medical book describes tea as a remedy for tumors, bladder complaints, and inflammation of the chest.

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