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A2585414-1C87-4D27-80E6-95551E77F557.jpeg I was in an antique store today and spotted this. I have a few vintage Japanese cast iron teapots, but they are all glazed on the inside, so no good for boiling water. This one is a bit larger and unglazed, so I can use it on the stovetop.

It has a fair bit of rust inside, but the iron looks intact underneath. I’ll make restoring it a little weekend project.