Rebekah At The Well

Rockinghamware Company

What the story behind Rebekah at the Well?

Rebekah, the granddaughter of Abraham’s brother, came out with her jar on her shoulder. When she came from the well with her jar filled with water, the servant ran to meet her and said, “Please let me drink a little water from your jar.” She said, “Drink, my lord” and she quickly gave him a drink. When he finished drinking she said, “I will draw also for your camels until they have finished drinking.” So she emptied her jar into the drinking trough and ran back to the well for some more, and she drew enough water for all ten of his camels

Why is Rebekah at the well so special?

Rebekah at the well is a iconic teapot made by the Rockingham Ware Company and was mass produced over the years by many company's .

When was Rebekah at the well first made?

Rebekah at the well was first made by Rockinghamware in 1851

where was the Rockingham Ware Company?

Rockingham ware pottery was established in the Baltimore primarily by Staffordshire potters who learned their trade before immigrating to America. Rockingham was opened in 1828 and finally closed in 1936

Why was Rebekah at the Well so popular?

Rebekah at the Well was very popular during that time because of how reasonable the price was for a high end teapot and because it had the very popular Rockingham earthenware glaze .




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