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Vintage late 19th century Rockingham teapot with bible scene "Rebecca at the Well". Many Rockingham teapots were made during the 19th century and it was mistakenly believed by some that these teapots were made in Bennington, Vt. and this was not true. The earliest examples of this type pottery came from Edwin Bennett's pottery in Baltimore, Md. This one is perfect and it has the matching lid. It is getting to be a rare find to have the teapot and matching lid. Add this one to your collection and I will pay the shipping in the U.S.A. Shipping outside the U.S.A. can be negotiated with the seller, just ask me.

Vintage late 19th Century Rockingham Teapot known as "Rebecca at the Well"


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