Home is where your teapots are!
Take a look at this traditional Maguindanao teapot used to contain or store boiled water. It is a brass teapot with a spherical body and an elongated spout. It has a height of 12 centimeters, provided with a cover, holder, and brass rings.
This Kendi forms part of the National Ethnographic Collection of the National Museum of the Philippines from the Maguindanao ethnolinguistic group of Cotabato in the Southern Philippines.
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