Paul Revere Pottery was a woman-run American art pottery founded during the Progressive Era in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. The group was guided by Edith Guerrier, a librarian; her partner, Edith Brown, an artist; and Helen Osborne Storrow, the financial patron of the group. While on vacation in Europe in 1906, Guerrier and Brown were inspired by the folk work of peasant artisans. The group’s name comes from its studio’s location near the Old North Church where Paul Revere had hung his lantern.
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