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Owing to the lack of an official translation of the Japan-only Gyakuten Kenji 2, the information and names in this article come from the unofficial English translation patch known as Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth: Prosecutor's Path. More information on this can be found here.

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A teapot was a piece of evidence in Gregory and Miles Edgeworth's respective investigations into the murder of Pierre Hoquet. It was part of a tea set owned by Jeffrey Master and designed by Hoquet.

Dover's murder[]

Main articles: The Inherited Turnabout & IS-7 Incident

Gregory found the teapot in Master's room and added it to the court record. He later used it and the signet crest to show why Dover's sculptures had special meaning to Katherine Hall.

Dane Gustavia's poisoning[]

Main article: The Inherited Turnabout

After buying Master's mansion from his relatives, Hall discovered that Isaac Dover's body was in the Gemini sculpture he himself had made. Deciding to set a trap for the culprit of the IS-7 Incident, she took some normallium and hid it in a teapot. Unbeknownst to her, Larry Butz attempted to pour tea for Justine Courtney and accidentally dropped the teapot without the normallium in it, breaking it. He then switched the teapot with the one with normallium inside in order to disguise the fact that he'd broken one of her favorite teapots.

Later, Edgeworth added it to his organizer after finding it in the fountain patio. He eventually deduced that the normallium had been hidden in the teapot Butz had found.

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