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teapots


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teapots

Details

Covered vessels for brewing and serving tea, usually with one spout, which is often long and gracefully curved, and, on the opposite side of the vessel, one handle, and sometimes small feet. Distinguished from "teakettles" which usually have a short pouring spout, a bail handle, and a broad, flat bottom, and are used for heating water from which tea is made.

Variations

teapot

pots, tea

pot, tea

tea pots

Broader Term

vessels for serving drinks

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