11 Object Results

1793 – 1796

Beaded edge plate. Marked "MEL" with several symbols.

1793 – 1796

Pewter porringer with solid handle one pierced hole at top, dented twice on back of handle. "TM" marked below handle.

1776 – 1793

Beaded rim plate, soft edge. Marked "D:Mel" [struck twice] and several symbols.

1776 – 1793

Smooth brim plate, bead on reverse. Marked "By D. Melville" (twice) with several symbols.

Spoon, Eating
1776 – 1793

Midrib on front of handle of spoon. Rat tail on back of bowl. End of handle has been recut and hammered-midribs damaged. Profile rough, dents on back of bowl. Marked "NEWPORT".

Four pewter spoons with midribs on front of handles, rat-tails on back of bowls.

1776 – 1793

Pewter platter with incised line around outer rim of pewter platter. Several marks including, "By: D: Melvil/Newport"

1776 – 1793

Porringer with crown handle, nine pierced holes on handle. Anchor and initials "DM" on front of handle. Made by David Melvil (1755-93), Newport. Anchor and initials (DM) imprinted on front of handle.

Measure, Liquid
1749 – 1768

Lid has an anchor engraving. Engraved initials IBE and engraved cartonche on body of measure. Fluer de lais attaches lid to measure, c.1/2 gallon size. Made by John Fryers in Newport RI. A 4 is amr...

Measure: pewter measure made by lawrence langworthy, newport. Lid is attached to measure with thumb-piece. Two sets of incised lines 1/8" apart on body. Approx. 1/3 pint or one gill. Made by Lawr...

Measure: pitcher-type; spout added, then removed. Lid attached with thumb-piece. Two sets of incised lines 5/16" apart near handle attachment. Approximately one quart size. Made by Lawrence Langwor...

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