134 Object Results

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01.205
Sampler (embroidery)
September 18 1795

One number sequence, two alphabet sequences, floral border in black yarn. Stitches used: cross, eyelet, rice. Made by Phoebe Dutton or Button, age 9, in New England.

99.3.123
Shoes (footwear)
circa 1795 – 1800

A single red leather shoe with a pointed toe, gold trim and a red heel less than an inch wide and less than 1-1/2" high. #46 is written in pencil on bottom of shoe.


Engraving: "A Southwest View Of Newport," steel engraving on paper, hand colored. Small merchant ships in harbor, dense commercial and residential area on waterfront, fields and windmills in distan...

01.274
Table
1795 – 1815

Mahogany and white pine rectangular drop-leaf table, leaves are rectangular; one veneered drawer with cock beading; one imitation drawer; each veneered "drawer" has empire style brass pulls (prob. ...


A single silk brocade shoe with 3-1/4" heel, pointed up-turned toe, instep straps tied together with a blue silk ribbon, remnants of pink or red trim.


Heavy brass disc soldered to hollow brass cylinder. Turned wood plug used as handle appears to have been glued inside cylinder. Disc engraved with book, beehive, sun and flower. Inscription: "For t...


Pewter flagon with flared handle, lid is attached to handle. "Calde" surrounded by a wavy line. Part of communion service used in Sab. Mtg. Hse.


Three cross stitched alphabet sequences, one number sequence, one border, one verse, hard to read. In three pieces, much wear. Made by Esther Robinson in Newport, RI.


A. Pipe, made of pewter; B. Case, with hinged top, brass inlay and furniture. Top edge furniture missing. Engraved with: "Allteit Bei Mein Soltes Jo Sein En Drinken Ein Glas Wein".

01.257 AB
Teapot
1791 – 1792

Teapot and stand in the neoclassical style, oval shaped cylindrical body with a straight cone shaped spout, wooden handle, and attached lid. Oval shaped stand supported by four tapered fet. Bright-...


Three alphabet sequences, one number sequence, one border, large and small flowers throughout. Very long format. Thread was originally silk and linen, bright colored 1890's wool thread added. Stitc...

2009.8
map
circa 1790

A map indicating the proximity of Quaker communities to the Great Friends Meeting House in Newport, home of the New England Yearly Meeting at the time the map was created. The tentative date of the...

D241
Calash
circa 1790

Calash bonnet made of green silk. Similar to D239, but only 5 ribs. Badly faded. Remains of white china silk lining.

D239
Calash
circa 1790

Calash bonnet of green silk. 

98.1.13
Eyeglasses
circa 1790

Small eyeglasses, oval lenses, "c" bridge, double-hinged temple bar. Outer section of temple bar ends in a crude circle. Sticker #40 on lens.


Sweetmeat bowl that is beveled, scalloped and pointed edge, square foot, concave oval-shapes around bottom edge of bowl, diamond shapes above.


Six-sided foot sweetmeat glass, scalloped edge, pattern is 4 pointed star surrounded with cut diamond, concave circles beneath. Could be from Ireland.


Circular, scalloped foot with star pattern beneath; incised pattern scalloped and pointed around top edge, funnel-shaped bowl.

01.312
Busk
1790 – 1820

Plain rectangle with heart carved at top.

01.159
Needlework
1790 – 1795

Balch-style, flowered border, central panel with verse. Adam and Eve (popular in New England), house with many figures, yard with carriage. Verse reads, "With (love) she is queen ye American fair...

01.86.8 A-O
Plate
1786 – 1800

Fifteen soft paste porcelain plates in puce with color polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1-01.86.8.


Two soft past porcelain shallow oval serving dishes in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.6
Plate, Serving
1786 – 1800

Soft paste porcelain serving plate in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.5 AB
Platter
1786 – 1800

Two heart shaped soft paste porcelain platters in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.4
Platter
1786 – 1800

Soft past porcelain platter with scalloped edge in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.3
Plate, Serving
1786 – 1800

One shallow soft paste porcelain oval serving plate in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.2 AB
Tureen
1786 – 1800

Two tureens with lid and platter made of soft-paste porcelain in puce polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges.

01.86.1
Dish, Serving
1786 – 1800

Soft paste porcelain serving dish of puce color polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set #01.86.1 through #01.86.8. Including a tureen with lid and platter - #01.86.2, platter ...

01.212 AB
Teaspoon
1785 – 1815

Two Teaspoons with engraved initials: "GHW"; bright-cut engraved decoration. "WH" enclosed in a square.

01.210
Spoon, Eating
1785 – 1815

Spoon with engraved initials: "PS"; "coffin" end. Probably made in New England.

01.119 A-H
Plate, Soup
1785 – 1815

Eight small porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark or...

01.118 A-E
Dinner Plate
1785 – 1815

Five porcelain dinner plates with pseudo-ammorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange...

01.117 A-E
Dinner Plate
1785 – 1815

Five porcelain dinner plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange,...

01.116 AB
Soup Plate
1785 – 1815

Two porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "R.L."; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange,...

01.115 A-F
Soup Plate
1785 – 1815

Six porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange, an...

01.113
Serving Dish
1785 – 1815

Oval porcelain serving dish with a wide shaped rim; oval shaped; central medallion containing floral spray; thin decorative bands around inner and outer edge of rim; decoration in deep blue, gold a...

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