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The Clay House Museum is a museum in Madison, Alabama, mostly devoted on home furnishings from the year 1850, around the time when the house was first built, which was in 1853. It was established in 2002 by Robin Brewer, who once dreamed of opening a museum that is devoted to Noritake dinnerware. She fulfilled her dream and even more with the current site.

The Clay House Museum features rooms that are set in various time periods, from 1850 to 1950. Most furnishings were centered on the dinnerware, making the site a very interesting place to go to. Soon enough, Brewer decided to host tea parties every Monday, giving folks a venue to talk about tea, catering, historic places, and flower arrangement, mostly.
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