The world's largest collection of teaware

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The world's largest collection of teaware

A silver teapot used by Admiral Nelson is among an incredibly expensive collection to arrive in the capital. The Chitra Collection, valued at around £160 million, is considered the world's finest pieces of teaware. Some of the collection will be on show to the public for the first time at Fest-Tea-Val, an event taking place at Chiswick House in April to mark National Tea Day.

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