58 Object Results

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American demitasse spoons, monogrammed with fanciful "T" on back, gold washed bowls, slender, oval ended handles, bird and flower motif with bamboo border. Pat 1874/Sterling/see catalog worksheet f...


Wood-framed school slate, frame perforated for counting pegs and marked for use as a ruler; slae marked with guide-lines for penmanship, indented for chalk rest. Used by the taylor family between 1...


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


Dessert spoons with broad handle, spiral shank, pointed bowl, engraved with geometric & floral design. Engraved on handle: "Taylor" "Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co".


Butter knife with broad handle with spiral shank, scalloped blade, blade and handle engraved with geometric and floral design. Handle engraved with: Old English C. Sterling 925/1000 Duhme & Co.


Eight dessert spoons with broad handles, spiral shanks, pointed bowls, engraved with geometric & floral design. "Taylor" engraved on handles. Maker's name "Duhme & Co".


Small bottle, silver and crystal. Bottle has a hinged lid. Lid engraved with initials "KDT" in script. Also, "Sterling, 38" and a winged horse.


Small many-faceted cut glass bottle with silver threaded cap, made of silver and crystal.


Two silverplated candlesticks with bobêche, hexagonal baluster; geometric design pressed on baluser and base. Indian engraving on bottom.

80.3.9
Ring, Napkin
circa 1850

Napkin ring with rolled geometrical design with applied rolled molding. Engraved "Ma to Kate" (in script). Belonged to Katharine Dewees Taylor.


Small bottle with hinged lid, with repousse style in rococo revival style. Inside it has a crystal ground glass stopper. 
Inscribed with the initials "CM", an anchor, a mermaid and a lion.

80.3.28 ABC
Fork
1850 – 1890

Flatware set, ornate, rococo-style cast handles, with grapes and grape leaves. Engraved initials "CST" (in script) referring to Caroline Silliman Taylor of Newport, RI. Fork (a), knife (b) and spoo...

80.3.14
Tray
after 1850

Small tray with beaded rim. Marked with "Gorham Co./010/Silvers." with anchor symbol.


Napkin ring with border is stamped with alternating designs. Engraved in script, "A. Taylor, Dec. 25, 1845". Belonged to Abigail White Taylor (1786-1869).


Small ladle with decoration and a gold wash over the bowl. Engraved initials "KDT" (in script), "referring to Katharine Dewees Taylor (1832-1899). Marked with "Pure coin H.L. Webster & Co"

80.3.34 AB
Fork
1840 – 1860

Two fiddle-backed forks. Engraved initials "AT" (in script) referring to Abigail White Taylor (1786-1869). Marked "Nichols" enclosed in a rectangle with three symbols.

80.3.39 AB
Spoon, Salt
1840 – 1860

Two salt spoons with fiddle-backed handled with "HHS" engraved in script, referring to Harriett Hamilton Taylor Saunders. Marked with "NEWPORT, RI" and "NICHOLS" both enclosed in rectangles.


Two spoons with fiddle-backed handled with pointed bowl. "MVT" engraved in script referring to Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835), wife of James Taylor. Three symbols and "Nichols" enclosed in a rect...

80.3.37
Teaspoon
1840 – 1860

Small teaspoon with fiddle-backed handled with pointed bowl. "C.S. Taylor" engraved in script, referring to Caroline Silliman Taylor. Marked with "Nichols" and "Pure Coin" each in their own rectangle.

80.3.36
Fork, Eating
1840 – 1860

Fiddle-back handle fork with the engraved initials "WRT" (in script) referring to William Rogers Taylor (1811-1888). Marked with "Nichols" and "Newport, RI" each enclosed in a rectangle.

80.3.35
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Fiddle-back handle spoon with the engraved initials "MVT" (in script), referring to Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835), wife of James Taylor, married 3/11/1764. Marked with "NICHOLS" and "COIN" enclo...

80.3.33 AB
Fork, Eating
1840 – 1860

Two flat-handled salt spoons with an oval bowl. Engraved initials "AT" (in script) referring to Abigail White Taylor (1786-1869). Marked with "Nichols" enclosed in a rectangle and three symbols.

80.3.32
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Spoon with fiddle-back handle; bowl has holes like a strainer does. Engraved initials "AT" (in script) referring to Abigail White Taylor. Marked with "Nichols", "Pure Coin", and Newport R.I." all e...

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 ...

80.3.25
Teaspoon
1840 – 1860

Small fiddle-back handled spoon. Engraved initials "CST" (in script) refers to Caroline Silliman Taylor, of Newport, RI. Spoon has appointed oval bowl.

80.3.24
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Spoon with fiddle-back handle. Engraved initials "WRT" (in script), on front of handle. Engraved initials "H.H.S." on back of handle. "WRT" is William Rogers Taylor, (1811-1888). "HHS" is Harriett ...


Two fiddle-back handled spoons. Engraved initials "AT" (IN SCRIPT) refers to Abigail White Taylor (1786-1869). Marked with "A. KNAPP" with some symbols.

80.3.19
Spoon, Serving
1840 – 1850

Serving Spoon with fiddle-back handle with flower basket design in relief. "Taylor" engraved (in script). Scallop shell on bowl. Marked with "G.W. PLATT" enclosed in a rectangle.

80.3.18
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1850

Fiddle-back spoon handle with flower basket design in relief. "Taylor" engraved (in script). Scallop shell on bowl. Marked "GW+V.C. PLATT"


Two spoons with fiddle-back handle with engraved initials "MD" in script. Referring to Maria Bayless Dewees (1801-1879), Maysville, Ky. "A" is marked "JB". "JB" is unidentified, possibly from Kentu...

80.3.13
Spoon, Eating
1840 – 1860

Fiddle-back spoon with the engraved initials "M.V.T." (in script). Belonged to Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835). Marked with "GORHAM+"

80.3.12
Fork, Eating
1840 – 1860

Fork with fiddle-back handled fork with engraved initials "WRT." (in script). Belonged to William Rogers Taylor (1811-1888). Marked with "J. Gorham & Son" "Pure Coin" "Providence R.I" all enclo...


Two spoons with fiddle-back spoon with the engraved initials "MVT" (in script). "MVT" is Mary Vigneron Taylor (1744-1835), married 3/11/1764. Marked with Several symbols. Also, "A. Knapp".

80.3.10
Ladle, Serving
1830 – 1850

Fiddle-back ladle with the initials "ET" engraved in script. Belonged to Elizabeth Taylor, Daughter of Peter Taylor. Marked with "BALDWIN & JONES" enclosed in a rectangle.

80.3.2
Cup
1825 – 1850

Small cup with handle. Engraved initials "MVT" (in script). Grapes and vine motif is worked in reposse with chasing. Foot rim is in Greek meander design. Marked with Several symbols and "coin", "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...

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