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jpr54_

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has anyone been to MMAee exhibit of teapots?

does anyone collect teapots?

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I've got a few yixing pots, but wouldn't call them a collection. How was the Met's exhibit? Only european porcellain, or other types of pots as well?

My mother is a devoted collector of all things flow blue, and has amassed a few teapots under the aegis of that collection.


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