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cadogan (kuh-DUG-uhn) noun
A lidless teapot, inspired by Chinese wine pots, that is filled from the bottom.
[After William Cadogan, 1st Earl of Cadogan (1675-1726), who was said to be the first Englishman to own such a pot.]
"Among the Twining teapots is a Matlocks Cadogan from Yorkshire. It was
filled through a hole in the bottom and emptied right side up."
"This type of tea server was called a cadogan in England; vaso senza
bocca in Italy. They were inspired by Chinese wine pots."
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