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Antique Appreciation: Chrysanthemum teapot
AFAR
10/8/2003



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This teapot was made in the Qing Dynasty when Kongxi was emperor. It is 0.96mm in height, and 0.60mm in diameter. This art piece is now on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.

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