Chinese master potter Wu Ruishen (吴瑞深) has created a mini teapot weighing just 1.4 grams. The ceramic teapot was revealed on Nov 15 and is claimed to be the smallest teapot in the world.

The 73-year-old Wu is a renowned pottery artist in China, specializes in creating teapots. His artworks can be found in various museums in China.

World smallest teapot
World smallest teapot
World’s smallest teapot (Image courtesy of Dayoo)

Piece of advice… don’t try to compare metal artwork with pottery. Clay doesn’t share the same element as metals and it’s not easy to make potteries into thin and small components; it would break before it was done.

Besides, a teapot is different from “something that look like a teapot”, go figure.



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