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Saturday, January 07, 2006

Self pouring teapot


A spoon that keeps your moustache dry, a self-pouring teapot and a contraption for moulding the shape of your nose while you sleep.
They are all ingenious British inventions featuring in an exhibition of wacky gadgets dating back as far as the mid 19th century.
The exhibition at the Kew Steam Museum, in London displays labour-saving devices created between 1851 and 1951.
Original article by Samira Ahmed Published: 6 Jan 2006

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer this self-pouring tea pot would be a boon! Wonder how we'd get it back into production?!!

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