"Cheerywake" tea server, c. 1950

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Responding to the English fondness for tea, William Thornton made a patent application for an automatic tea maker in 1933. Named Teasmade, it sounded an alarm clock, turned on the lights, boiled water and brewed a pot of tea at your bedside. As advertised in England in 1954, Teasmade “means a cheery, cozy cup of freshly made tea in bed everyday of the year.”

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"Cheerywake" tea server
Artist Life
(dates unknown)
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Accession Number
2003.167a-f
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