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Antique Chinese Dragon Teapot 3D Model PBR Texture available in 4096 x 4096 Maps include : Basecolor, Height, Normal, Roughness, and Metallic. Customer Service Guaranteed. From the Creators at Get Dead Entertainment. Brief Teapot History: The teapot was invented in China during the Yuan Dynasty. It was probably derived from ceramic kettles and wine pots, which were made of bronze and other metals and were a feature of Chinese life for thousands of years. … In the Tang Dynasty, a cauldron was used to boil ground tea, which was served in bowls. The world owes tea to the Chinese, but the design of the teapot to the Europeans. The first ceramic teapots were heavy with short straight replaceable spouts. These teapots broke easily, so at the beginning of the 18th century the East India Company (the main tea importers) commissioned Chinese artists to create teapots to the company’s design.