The Most Expensive Teapot In The World Was Estimated At $ 3 Million

The Most Expensive Teapot In The World Was Estimated At $ 3 Million
The Most Expensive Teapot In The World Was Estimated At $ 3 Million

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386 rubies and 1,658 diamonds were used for the inlay of the teapot made of 18-karat gold, Luxurylaunches reports. It was named Egoist and entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most expensive kettle in the world. Its cost was $ 3 million.

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Egoist teapot has become part of the Chitra collection, which includes over one and a half thousand rare items of kitchen utensils. In particular, it includes a silver tea set that belonged to the youngest daughter of Winston Churchill, Mary Soams, and a set of dishes from the Song dynasty, which in 1816 was purchased by King Louis XVIII for 10 thousand francs. The total cost of the Chitra collection is estimated at $ 212 million.

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Earlier, the most expensive teapot in the world was considered to be a copy owned by Elizabeth I. In 2007, it was sold at Sotheby's for $ 2 million, Kultura TV reported. The teapot was made in China and delivered to England as a gift to the monarch. It is believed to have been one of the first porcelain tableware items to be found in Europe. In 1603, Elizabeth I presented the teapot to her confessor Henry Parry.>

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