11 Object Results

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31.4.6
Pitcher
circa 1864

Large silver-plated water pitcher. Engraved with flowers, grapes, leaves, and a shield with inscription: "Presented to Capt. JW Downing U.S. Steamer Cassach Feb. 4th 1864". "E.B. Maltby/Extra Plate...

01.58.6
Coffeepot
after 1850

Porcelain covered coffeepot. Urn shaped with gilded animal head spout. Belongs to collection #01.581 through #01.58.7. Possibly made by Schoelcher of Austria.


Porcelain creamer with gilded rim, handle, spout and pedestal; rest decorated in fishing village scenes. Belongs to collection #01.58.1 through #01.58.7. Possibly made by Schelcher of Austria.

01.58.4
Bowl, Sugar
after 1850

Porcelain covered sugar bowl. Painted exteriors of fishing village, and landscape decoration. Urn shaped with two molded gilded handles; cover had gilded rim and finial. Belongs to collection #01....

31.4.7
Pedestal
1825 – 1850

Mahogany fold-top card table on lyre-shaped pedestal; platform base has four scroll-shaped feet with acanthus leaves and paw feet; carved flowers on corners of apron and side of base.


Small round strainer, pierced bowl with beaded edge. The beaded edge extends to form the handles.


Silver ladle with spout; bright-cut engraving on handle. Silver coin in bottom of bowl; engraved initial: "C" on handle fitting.


Serving spoon with engraved initials: "T.A.C." and dragon's head; handle end is an elongated rectangle.

31.4.3
Pitcher, Cream
1755 – 1756

Rococo style creamer. Scrolled handle, three cabriole legs, pear-shaped body. Ornate repoussee flowers and scrolls on body with chasing. Engraved initials: "MCP/US" on bottom. Several marks and ini...


"A" candle snuffers, "B" - tray in baroque-style tray with handle and four turned feet. Marked with several symbols and letters on tray and snuffers. Made in England.


Tortoise shell comb with a floral and clover crown motif.

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