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The Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show is an annual show normally held in May at Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford Pennsylvania. This antiques and collectibles show attracts many quality dealers and hundreds of visitors from around the Mid Atlantic region. The Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show features antique furniture, vintage pottery, china, porcelain and art glass as well as paintings, sterling, clocks and vintage jewelry.
Brandywine River Museum Antiques Sow
U.S. Route 1
Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
Some people believe that the teapots were invented by the Chinese. In fact, according to some, the potters of Ishing, which is north of Shanghai were the first to introduce the first vessels now known as teapots. Others claim that although China did introduce tea to Europe, it was the Europeans that actually invented the teapot. This group of people claims that the Chinese could not have introduced the teapot because the Chinese actually brewed their tea directly in their cup. Whatever their origin, the teapot has been an essential part of many households for many years and now many other people collect them.