British teapot with Québec landscapes and a beaver.

Beginning in the mid 18th century, English ceramics progressively replaced the tin plates in homes across the colony. Québec merchant Francis T. Thomas promoted dinnerware sets imported from Scotland and decorated with Québec landscapes that became very popular as of 1870. The sets included a tea set—a typically British addition. Dinnerware, 1880-1910 Cochran & Fleming, Britannia Pottery Fine white earthenware 65-597

Cochran & Fleming, Britannia Pottery
Musée de la civilisation
c. 1880-1910
Fine white earthenware
65-597
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