29 Object Results

Object Type:

Twelve tea spoons with broad handles, spiral shanks, pointed bowls, engraved with geometric & floral designs. Engraved on handle: "Taylor" "Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co".


Teaspoon, handles oval-shaped with leaf and scroll around monogram, "CMM". Marked with Palmer & Bachelders/Patent date 1846. One of a set of 12 teaspoons: numbers 97.22.24 - 97.22.35.

80.3.26 AB
Teaspoon
1840 – 1860

Two small fiddle-back handled teaspoons with a pointed oval bowl. Engraved name "Dewees" (in script) referring to Maria Bayless Dewees (1801-1879), She was the mother of Katharine Dewees Taylor. A ...

93.69.4
Teaspoon
1820 – 1852

One of three coin silver teaspoons, monogrammed "DML". One of a set of three including #93.69.2; #93.69.3; #93.69.4. Maker's mark is box enclosing two leaves or petals, one on each side of the lett...

93.69.3
Teaspoon
1820 – 1852

One of three coin silver teaspoons, monogrammed "DML". One of a set of three including #93.69.2; #93.69.3; #93.69.4. Maker's mark is box enclosing two leaves or petals, one on each side of the lett...

01.198 AB
Teaspoon
1820 – 1840

Two teaspoons with engraved initials: "MA" in script on handle; "fiddle-back" shape with "coffin-end" handle. "Nichols" enclosed in a rectangle on handle.

93.69.2
Teaspoon
1820 – 1852

One of three coin silver teaspoons, monogrammed "DML". One of a set of three including #93.69.2; #93.69.3; #93.69.4. Maker's mark is box enclosing two leaves or petals, one on each side of the lett...


Teaspoon inscribed "ECM" on the top, referring to Elizabeth Champlin Mason. Also inscribed 1811 on the back, with maker's stamp "P.L. Taylor" on verso. One of a set of 5 teaspoons including: #93.55...


Teaspoon inscribed "ECM" on the top, referring to Elizabeth Champlin Mason. Also inscribed 1811 on the back, with maker's stamp "P.L. Taylor" on verso. One of a set of 5 teaspoons including: #93.55...


Teaspoon inscribed "ECM" on the top, referring to Elizabeth Champlin Mason. Also inscribed 1811 on the back, with maker's stamp "P.L. Taylor" on verso. One of a set of 5 teaspoons including: #93.55...


Teaspoon inscribed "ECM" on the top, referring to Elizabeth Champlin Mason. Also inscribed 1811 on the back, with maker's stamp "P.L. Taylor" on verso. One of a set of 5 teaspoons including: #93.55...


Teaspoon inscribed "ECM" on the top, referring to Elizabeth Champlin Mason. Also inscribed 1811 on the back, with maker's stamp "P.L. Taylor" on verso. One of a set of 5 teaspoons including: #93.55...

01.197
Teaspoon
1810 – 1830

Teaspoon with engraved initial: "C" on handle; coffin-end handle. "Nichols" enclosed in a rectangle on handle.

97.17.1
Teaspoon
circa 1800

Small silver teaspoon. Initials "P.N"' framed in an octagon at the top of the handle. Below the initials is a design that continues down the handle. "N. Geffroy" is marked on the back.

97.22.43
Teaspoon
after 1800

Coin silver fiddleback teaspoon that turn up at end, wide at the bottom, and with sharp-pointed bowls. Monogrammed with "WRC" and marked with "Nichols Coin Newport" where the handle joins the bowl....

95.37.1-6
Teaspoon
1795 – 1796

English teaspoons, sterling silver, monogrammed EW; rounded handles engraved with delicate geometric design. "EW/ [G]G" see catalog worksheet for sketches of silver marks stamped on the spoons. The...

01.212 AB
Teaspoon
1785 – 1815

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

96.2 A-D
Teaspoon
1750 – 1799

Four American silve tea spoons, fiddle back handles monogramed "AG" in script by N. Freeborn, Newport. Made in late eighteenth century.

80.3.20
Teaspoon
1750 – 1800

Teaspoon with shell on back of bowl and midrib on handle. Engraved initials on back of handle, "W/CAH" which stands for the White or Wood family. Could be determined by silver maker. White is RI, w...

23.010.001
Teaspoon
1750 – 1775

Teaspoon with engraved initials: "P/I*M/MEP". "S:CASEY" enclosed in a rectangle.

34.2 A-C
Teaspoon
1730 – 1750

Three tea spoons with engraved initials: "MS" on back of handle, "1753" which was probably added; midrib on handle end which turns up; rat-tail on back of bowl. Marked with "CLARKE"


Three coin silver teaspoons by William Nichols, bearing monogram "GHA"


Silver teaspoon with letter "T" engraved on handle. Stamped "Sterling" and "DA"(?).


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...


Teaspoons inscribed with mongram "ALC" for Annie Lawton Chase, donor's great-grandmother (later Mrs. Manchester). Stamped on back "NICHOLS" "PURE COIN" "NEWPORT". Part of a set of six teaspoons inc...

Next 36