120 Object Results

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Round deep dish redware plate: yellow wavy line design around edge and in the center. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house. Marked on the back with "TsanJoures, 1976, OSV."

W 41.1
Nightcap
circa 1975

Round night cap with cotton lace edgeing on cuff, print is blue, gold, green, and wine colored on a white background. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.


Brown glaze redware jug with handle; dark brown spot design. marked with 'Woodstock Pottery, Old Sturbridge Village, 1973'.

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Jug (vessel)
circa 1970

Tan glaze jug with brown brush mark decoration around top; cork stopper. Marked on the bottom with "Old Sturbridge Village, 513.3." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

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Mug (cup)
circa 1970

Tan and red glaze mug with handle. Marked with 'Old Sturbridge Village'; '51-12-65'.

W 79.1
Mug (cup)
circa 1970

Olive green glaze redware mug with handle. Marked with 'OSV'


Round red and tan glaze redware bowl; very deep with short base; ridges around entirety. Marked with 'Old Sturbridge Village'; '514.1 1/2'.


Round brown glaze redware saucer with four squiggle designs in white. Marked on the back with "OSV, Robinson." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.


Reddish brown glaze saucer; four squiggle line design in white. Marked on the back with "OSV, Robinson." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.


Redware round saucer with brown glaze; four squiggle line design in white. Bottom marked with "OSV, Robinson." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.


Tan glazed redglaze pitcher with brown glaze decoration around middle and top; curved handle; lip on top.

W 88.1
Jar
circa 1970

Reddish-tan glaze redware jar with matching cover; slight bell shape design of jar; cover has knob on top. Marked on the bottom with "Old Sturbridge Village, Brooks, #2." From the Wanton-Lyman-Haza...

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Jar
circa 1970

Brown glaze redware jar with matching cover; bell shape. Marked on the bottom with "OSV, #1." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

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Jar
circa 1970

Reddish brown glaze redware jar with matching lid. Marked on the bottom with "OSV, Robinson." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

W 85.1
Jar
circa 1970

White glaze Redware jar with matching cover that has a knob handle. Marked with 'OSV'; 'ROBINSON'

W 84.1
Jar
circa 1970

Tan redware glaze jar with matching cover that has a knob handle. Marked with "Old Sturbridge Village 1710214"

W 81.1
Jar
circa 1970

Brown redware glaze jar with cover; cover has pointed knob handle. Marked with Old Sturbridge Village 51.10.214.

W 116.1
Bowl (vessel)
20th century

Reddish brown bowl; short rim around edge. Marked with 'Old Sturbridge Village'; '51.4.18'

W 82.1
Sugar Bowl
20th century

Beige glaze sugar bowl with handle on side and matching cover. Stout and round in shape. Marked on the bottom with "51.26.20." From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

W 91.1
Mixing Bowl
20th century

Light brown glaze earthenware bowl; heavy round bowl. Marked with "Bennington Potter's Bennington Vermont 1365H". Cost was $13.50.


William and Mary style maple chest of drawers; two small drawers, three large drawers; brass fixtures; mahogany stain; willow ogee feet. Probably made in New England.


Small flax wheel; turned pine spokes, legs, and distaff; distaff dressed with flax. marked with "S. Hillard".


Pine or maple blanket chest painted black; iron handles; dovetailing on corners; no legs. Marked with 'Samuel Powel, 1005 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Oct.3, 1860; Hw Have Powel, Chestnut Hill, Phila...


Maple blanket chest painted green; rope handles; crack in top; covered compartment inside.


Heavy, thick leather bucket painted black with "T.A. Coffin 1795" painted on side in yellow, with leather handle.


Round pewter plate; ridge around edge on underside. Marked with 'Dorcas Barker'; 'Dec. 14th 1782' on front center.


High back pine; five sections make up the back; curved sides; blue and white cushion on seat.


Walnut cradle with dovetailing. Brass label states 'Mary Wanton 1763'. In 1998 bedding was moved to chest with ball feet.


Relief work decoration "1758" mark in middle.


Leather covered wooden chest; two side handles; lined with may 1760 newspaper "The Publick Ledger".


Round painting of a woman with a red dress and white head covering; she is seated with a mans head appearing behind her on her left; she is holding a parrot; painting is encompassed by a round blac...


Maple trundle bed that has been stained red; rope spring; wooden wheels; ball posts.


Maple trundle bed made to fit under another bed; rope springs; slanted side board; headboard. In 1998 bedding was in chest with ball feet.

W 1974.16.1
Posnet
circa 1735

Three legged iron pot with cover and long handle. Made in Newport; marked on handle 'NEWPORT'; 'L.L'.

W 1974.75.1
Desk
circa 1730 – 1750

Tiger maple slant-top desk; three drawers and twelve pigeonholes inside; five drawers outside. Desk of Peleg Peckham (May 1, 1710 - August 27, 1765).

W 38.1
Boston Chair
circa 1730

William and Mary leather back Boston chair; maple turned legs and front stretchers; block feet; curved and molded crest rail; leather back splat and seat fastened with brass.

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