World's Smallest Teapot

What you see above is the world's smallest teapot, created by the 73-year-old Chinese master potter Wu Ruishen. The small piece of art weighs only 1.4 grams.

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Ohh I never thought I would become one of those annoying negative commenters BUT, here I go...
I have a charm bracelet charm at home in australia that is probably half the size and works (as in holds and pours liquid)
I immagine that was cast though, while this was created by a potter, so thats pretty damn impressive
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now the real test: does it work? i saw a tiny teapot made from a half dime from the early 1900s on antiques roadshow, and it actually worked. it was worth $700 or something like that. it went from a half-dime (that's what they used to call them back then instead of a nickel) to $700.. THANKS INFLATION! lol
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