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Brown earthenware Teapot from Fox Run. Designed by Peter Sadler, this traditional "brown betty" style teapot features a d-shaped opening for better lid retention while pouring. 37 oz capacity, approx. 6 teacups.
These are the authentic English Brown Betty teapots found in kitchens throughout Britain. The familiar round shape infuses the tea properly producing an excellent flavor. Made from real English red clay, baked to a rich brown color and finished with a transparent glaze, these are the original Brown Betty teapots hand made in England using methods dating back to the 1700s.
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This turtle kettle has been creatively crafted out of ceramic, with a ceramic handle and lid, for the sole purpose of adding to the decor of your home. The small sculpture has been finished in a green and brown glossy glaze that brings out all the texture and details in this decorative and enchanting tortoise. It is a whimsical accent to set on a shelf or table and that will look great in any room, or on a porch or patio. Although this little guy may be shaped like a tea pot, please note that it is meant to be used as decoration only. It is not recommended to be used for food. For residents of California - California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm. This notice is being provided in accordance with California's Proposition 65. Read more about Prop 65 on the State of California Prop 65 website.
Dr. Seuss brings these brown polka-dotted toddler footed pajamas from his classic The Cat in the Hat, featuring the book's mischievous hero embroidered in a teapot on the left side. Made from soft, cuddly 100% polyester and with a zipper from collar to toe for easy on and off, this is a must-have to give your own little tyke something to stay cozy on a rainy day.
The aura of scandal that has plagued Warren G. Harding, our 29th president, has almost obliterated the substance of the man as a senator and as president. Breaking news that DNA testing may now prove that Harding fathered a child with one of his paramours, Nan Britton, will no doubt play to the stereotype of Harding as a womanizer and reinforce his already miserable reputation as president — a... That’s a shame because, unlike the DNA samples from the Harding and Britton families, the reputation of Warren Harding the man and the record of Warren Harding the Republican politician do not match. At the time of his death, Harding enjoyed tremendous popularity. It was only later, when details of his infidelity scandalized the nation, that his legacy took a nosedive. Our obsession, past and present, with Harding’s sex life has obscured the truth: This man was a good president. Among his more important accomplishments was stabilizing the country and the world after the catastrophic war in Europe, a true Armageddon that left most “civilized” nations in economic, political and social chaos. Harding started by lifting our country out of a sharp postwar depression and then placed the federal government on a budget for the first time — establishing the Office of the Budget (the forerunner of the modern OMB). He addressed severe racial tensions that the war stirred up, in part because of the great migration of African Americans to the North to work in war industries. Harding traveled to Birmingham, Ala. , in his first year in office to deliver a courageous civil rights speech. Harding oversaw the first world arms limitation treaty, the Washington Conference, aimed at reducing the number of battleships in the world. And he cooled anarchist and labor violence, the height of which included bombs exploding across the country at the homes of top political officials. Symbolically, during his first Christmas in the White House, Harding commuted the sentence of Eugene Debs, the tremendously popular socialist labor leader who had been imprisoned for 10 years merely for speaking out against the war in a workers’... (President Wilson had routinely denied a pardon for Debs, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, the paragon of justice, wrote the Supreme Court opinion affirming the Debs’s conviction. Over time Harding freed hundreds of political prisoners, repairing the severe wounds wrought by the Espionage and Sedition acts of 1917 and 1918. Free speech was the victor. Britton, 30 years younger than Harding and barely into her 20s when their affair began in 1917, wrote a book four years after Harding’s sudden death in office in 1923 that helped ruin his solid reputation. Her book, “The President’s Daughter,” was sold door-to-door in brown paper packages, almost as pornography. Britton’s direct accounts of her sexual encounters with Harding were beyond shocking to most, repugnant and bewildering to many. The appearance of the book at a time when Congress was investigating the Teapot Dome scandal , a bribery scheme to lease federal oil reserves in Wyoming to private parties (with which Harding had no involvement), only served as an early death blow... The tale of Harding’s descent to the bottom of the presidential rankings is more complicated than Britton’s book and the Teapot Dome scandal, to be sure, but these two events were, to use a pun, seminal. Harding’s administration was attacked for scandals he had nothing to do with. Yet no proof exists that Harding had any involvement in the scandals that circulated about Daugherty. Moreover, the one grafter who Harding learned about, a man named Charlie Forbes, was immediately sacked. (Forbes had been appointed by the Wilson administration to build Pearl Harbor — so he hardly fell into the Ohio Gang paradigm). And the man who was convicted in the Teapot Dome scandal, Albert Fall, was a respected member of the Senate, representing the West and the expert on Mexico, when Harding nominated him. If Harding misjudged him, so did the entire Senate. Historians have been reexamining Harding in recent years. John Dean, Nixon’s White House counsel, wrote a Harding biography for historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. in which he provided a balanced and favorable look at the Harding administration and its. Source: www.washingtonpost.com
With the help of the castle's enchanted staff, including a loving teapot (Anna Davis), a charming candelabra (Dalton Dennis), and a nervous mantel clock (Kya Haywood), Belle and the Beast find a beautiful friendship and love that neither knew was
Her book, “The President's Daughter,” was sold door-to-door in brown paper packages, almost as pornography. Britton's direct accounts of her sexual encounters with Harding were beyond The appearance of the book at a time when Congress was
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