I can picture what you say about the filling method but where was the spout and how was it orinated to the pot so the liquid did not run out during filling?
http://www.webshots.com/user/watrrlilly/ to see pictures
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>From: Chris Campbell
>Reply-To: Ceramic Arts Discussion List
>Subject: A Different Teapot
>Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 09:47:47 EST
>Looking for a teapot challenge??
> I have just returned from Thailand where I saw a most unique teapot in
>a museum ( so it has been done before and no credits for originality ). It is
>designed for serving cold drinks like wine and requires more skills at
>throwing than I can muster.
> The pot has no lid. If you turn it over the bottom has a hole in it
>that is really a tube that extends into the pot almost to the top ... kind of
>like those salt shakers we were all discussing a while ago.
> You fill the pot from the bottom and when you turn it over the wine
>stays in. You can chill the pot beforehand to keep the wine cool at the
>table. I thought this was the neatest thing I'd seen in a while ... the
>museum was not that well documented so I don't know if it was Thai or
>Chris Campbell - back in North Carolina - Still in the wrong timezone
>mentally and I am using jet lag as an excuse for everything just as long as I
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