Mark your place with Paul Revere's teapot as you enjoy Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Tales of a Wayside Inn. Longfellow popularized Paul Revere, an 18th-century American activist and artisan, in "Paul Revere's Ride", a poem first published in 1861, over 40 years after Revere's death. Revere's teapot is on permanent loan to the museum from The Dietrich American Foundation Collection and can be viewed in the Early American Art Galleries.
- Museum Exclusive
- Solid brass, electro-plated with non-tarnishing silver finish, giclée print
- Bookmark measures 3" x 2"; tassel measures 5.5 inches
- Packaged in a clear sleeve on a paper story card
- Made in the USA