Nadine Ronning, Kirsten Ingerson, 2021

Teapot, from a tea service

4 year Art in Bloom participant

Floral Products Used: tulip

Paul Revere, a legendary patriot, was an accomplished silversmith as seen in Mia’s tea service. His work and life inspired the spring tulip arrangement in red and white with blue ribbons, contained in a Revere bowl that honors him.

Floral Arrangement Inspired by...

Coin silver tea service, Federal Style, consisting of teapot and lid, stand for teapot, tea caddy with hinged lid, fitted with lock and key, stand for teacaddy, covered sugar urn, cream pitcher, shell-shaped tea scoop, tea or punch strainer, pair of sugar tongs with shell-shaped ends; fluted design with engraved and pricked swags and medallions containing the monogram of John and Mehitable Templeman and all bearing Revere hall mark; teaspoons

Teapot, from a tea service, 1792

Silversmith: Paul Revere, Jr.

Silver and wood

Gift of James F. and Louise H. Bell 60.22.1

On View in Gallery 350

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