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Cadogan teapot

[ kuh-duhg-uhn ]
/ kəˈdʌg ən /
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noun
a lidless teapot that is made from or in imitation of an inverted Chinese wine pot and is filled through the bottom.
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Origin of Cadogan teapot

Perhaps named after the 1st Earl of Cadogan (died 1726)
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