so, i purchased an old hall teapot from a retiring colleague. probably from the 1920s or 1930s, she said. predictably it only lasted a month in our house. this morning our cleaning lady dropped the lid on the floor and three small pieces broke off fairly cleanly. it looks like it should be possible to glue them back together more or less seamlessly. but with what?
the web is full of conflicting advice on glues to use. anyone have any firsthand experience with this? it would have to be a glue that would be able to withstand regular exposure to heat/steam and it would obviously have to be food-safe once cured.