The Kamm Teapot Foundation is headquartered in Encino, California and stores its collection in Statesville, North Carolina. Founded as a charitable trust in 2004 by Sonny and Gloria Kamm, it has an extensive collection of teapots, tea sets, and teapot-related ephemera. Its 17,000 objects range from historical decorative arts to industrial design icons to unique works of contemporary art, and they include teapots made of ceramic, glass, metal, wood, fiber, minerals, and many other materials.

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“Beau Monde, Where Shall I Wander”, (2005.60.6), was acquired by the Kamm Teapot Foundation in 2005.

Mara Superior, “Beau Monde, Where Shall I Wander”, 2005, 14 x 16 x 16″, high-fired porcelain, ceramic oxides, underglaze, glaze. Kamm Teapot Foundation (2005.60.6).