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votes for women china

The ladies of the early Twentieth Century liked their cup of tea.  In fact,  philanthropist and radical feminist, Mrs. Alva Vanderbilt Belmont had a special Chinese tea house built on the grounds of her Newport home; The Marble House in 1913 where she used customized china.  “VOTES FOR WOMEN,” tea service was first used at her famous suffrage meeting on July 8th, 1914.


The women and girls of the Twenty-First Century wear their favorite brand on a Tee.  At the Inez Shop you can get a teapot and a tee.

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