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Portrait of George Champlin Mason (1820-1894). Bust portrait facing left, blondish-brown hair and mustache, blue eyes, wearing a white shirt, black jacket, bowtie and a maroon vest. Frame painted g...

24.1.3
Drawing
May 12 1800

Profile bust in black and white; portrait of Christopher Grant Champlin. Profile bust in black and white; subject faces left; short hair on top, long in back and tied in bow; shirt ruffles protrude...

30.3.2
coffee urn
1784 – 1785

Coffee urn with two handles and ivory spigot. Neoclassical style: urn-shaped body; urn-shaped finial; bright-cut engraving; beaded moldings. Engraved "CMC" (in script). Made in London, England.


Minitature painting of Mrs. Christopher Grant Champlin (1772-1847) in three-quarter profile, facing left. Blue eyes, reddish-brown hair rolled high and back from face, covered with a draping white ...


Three quarter profile of Christopher Grant Champlin (1768-1840). Facing right, brown eyes, powdered hair, wearing white shirt with frills, brown waist coat.

30.3.1
Tankard
1750 – 1775

Tankard with engraved initials: "DAS" on handle; applied band around body; scrolled thumbpiece; stepped, domed lid with large finial; spout added. Marked with "BG" enclosed in a square on body, lid...


Miniature painting of Peggy Champlin facing left, brown eyes, powdered hair, rolled high, brown curls falling over shoulders; white gauze gown trimmed with blue; gauze scarf around neck. Greenish b...


Miniature painting of three-quarter profile of female with brown eyes, brown hair parted in middle, pulled back, falling in curls on shoulders and back, wearing beads in hair and white dress.

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