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Delicate reading glasses, coin silver frames, oval lenses, crank bridge, non-adjustable temple bars. Dark leather-covered cardboard slip case, stamped in gold. Case is stamped in gold: "E.D. Cummin...

A: delicate steel framed glasses, oval lenses, late 19th century crank bridge. Slender one piece curved temple bars. B: Green velvet covered cardboard slipcase, brass frame has small wire fittings ...

A: delicate gold eyeglasses, oval lenses,crank bridge curving up at ends, slender turnpin temple bars. B: rigid, end opening case, black leather on cardboard, envelope type flap. Marked on A: "10" ...

1785 – 1815

White porcelain teapot and stand decorated with scattered rose pattern and decorative bands in red, orange and gold; same decoration on cover and stand; double twisted handle. Spout has been glued ...

Six porcelain teacups and saucers with scattered rose decoration in red, orange and gold on white porcelain. Handless cups. Decorative bands on inside rims of cups and saucers.

Slop Bowl
1785 – 1815

White porcelain waste bowl with scattered rose decoration in red, orange and gold. Decorative band on inner rim of bowl. Part of a collection including: #34.1.1, #34.1.2, #34.1.3, #34.1.4, #34.1.5,...

1785 – 1815

White porcelain creamer with scattered rose decoration in red, orange and gold; decorative band around rim; cover has leaf and berry shaped finial.

Sugar Bowl
1785 – 1815

White porcelain sugar bowl with scattered rose decoration in red, orange and gold; decorative banding around rim; removable cover of plain white porcelain with berry and leaf shaped finial.

34.1.7 B
Windsor Chair
1765 – 1785

One of a set of two Windsor side chairs with a fan-back made of tulip and ash. Original green painted legs and backs; seats have original "grained" decoration imitating mahogany. Made in Rhode Isla...

Half banister back arm chair with 'John W. 1731' on crest rail; rush seat; pad cover; turned legs; stretchers. Made in Little Compton, RI.

34.2 A-C
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"

Child's high chairmade of ash; turned stretchers, stiles and arms; back has two slats; front and rear styles end with knob-like turnings; original rush seat. Attributed to Jonathan Easton, Newport....

Two oval, metal buckles with tines. One buckle is missing a tine.

Tan silk umbrella with a green cotton lining. Bent wood handle. Small chain near the bent handle possibly for hanging, broken and very rusty. Eight metal ribs, metal tip at top of umbrella. From th...

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