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Votes for Women Tea Bag Holder Note Pad Votes for Women Votes for Women Rectangle Dish
"Rallying for Tea" Afternoon tea was served in a grand style. The affairs were supervised by women and viewed as an expression of their refinement and social status. Mrs. Alva Vanderbilt Belmont had a special Chinese tea house built on the grounds of Marble House in 1913. The building eventually served as a setting where the elegant act of serving tea was used as a vehicle for women's suffrage meeting on July 8th, 1914.The tea party was actually a militant rally for women's rights. Mrs. Belmont also served as the President of the Political Equality Association of New York, a position she used to further the cause of "Votes for Women". This served as the motto of the suffrage movement and it appeared on a special service of Minton china she ordered in 1909, which is currently displayed at Marble House. \
This Votes for Women Rectangle Dish is a perfect item to place your jewelry or make up.
Votes for Women Square Box Votes for Women Teabag Caddy Votes for Women Mug
Votes for Women Mug
Our Price:$15.00
This Votes for Women Square Box is a great keepsake. Item measures 2 X 2 and is dishwasher safe.
This Votes for Women Teabag Caddy is a great item to use for your tea service. Caddy measures 3.5 inches long x 3.75 inches wide and is dishwasher safe. Celebrate the Vote for Women with this blue and white mug. This mug is a reproduction of the service used in 1909 at the famous suffrage open house at Marble House, Newport Rhode Island.
Votes for Women Tea Pot
Votes for Women Tea Pot
Our Price:$28.00
This teapot is a reproduction of the service used in 1909 at the famous suffrage open house at Marble House, Newport Rhode Island.
Measures 6 inches tall, this teapot is dishwasher and microwave safe.