The Howland Family Teapot Material: Tin-glazed earthenware Made in the pottery of Adrianus Kocks, Delft, Holland, 1686-1701  When the Howland family of Plymouth began using this teapot around 1690, tea was a new beverage in the colonies! The design and form of the teapot imitate popular blue and white porcelain, imported from China.
The Howland Family Teapot Material: Tin-glazed earthenware Made in the pottery of Adrianus Kocks, Delft, Holland, 1686-1701 When the Howland family of Plymouth began using this teapot around 1690, tea was a new beverage in the colonies! The design and form of the teapot imitate popular blue and white porcelain, imported from China. is creative inspiration for us.
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