14 Object Results

Decade:

Door pin from the Great Friends Meeting House.


Baluster originally located at the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Broadway; edges of nails visible at ends.

01.195
Spoon
1695 – 1725

Spoon with engraved initials: "GCF"; swage decoration on back of bowl; trifid-end handle which curves down. Marked with "S+V" enclosed in a heart.

88.11
Porringer
circa 1690

Porringer, silver, made by John Codington of Newport, ca. 1690. Battered, with broken handle. Found in an archeological site of 1692 earthquake at Port Royal, Jamaica. Maker's stamp repeated three ...

25.4
Stomacher
circa 1690

Embroidered linen panel with multicolored thistle and leaves pattern on front, bound on edges with tape. Back has vestiges of one baleen stay; one is missing. Entire back piece is reinforced by row...


Wanton family Bible, printed in London, 1690. Book has been rebound and some pages have been repaired. The edges of the pages may have been cut. The detached spine HOLY BIBLE appears to be from a d...

01.236
Spoon
1685 – 1740

Spoon with "spurred trifid-end" handle; "fig-shaped" bowl. Engraved inscription added, prob. in late nineteenth century: "B.C. 1674." in shaded block letters, on back of handle.

01.266
Chair
1675 – 1695

"Cromwellian" style side chair; maple baluster-turned front legs, rear stiles, and front stretcher; oak side stretchers; traces of original leather and brass tacks; original girt web and sacking, a...


Portrait of John Gidley Sr. (1886-1718). Three-quarter length portrait; standing facing front wearing a white blouse with hanging collar and a maroon-brown jacket; also has a gold-orange wrap aroun...

01.612
Bottle
1660 – 1690

Pitkin-type, olive green glass bottle for wine or spirits, globular body with long neck, neck ring, slight kick, pontil mark.

63.2.1 AB
Spoon, Eating
1650 – 1800

Two spoons with square stems and round bowls. Symbol marked with "HK."


VERY LONG, FINE WORK, FINE WEAVE, MANY DECORATIVE, STYLIZED FLORAL PATTERNS IN PASTEL COLORS.

W 1974.33.1
Fireback
17th century

Relief decoration; shield in center surrounded by letters; crown lion and unicorn on either side of shield; initials "E" and "R".


Title page from a New Testament bible, torn out and enclosed in glass. The bible was printed 1597. On reverse is a listing of towns in Rhode Island with population tabulations for whites, negroes, ...

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