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Ladle with engraved initials; "ML" in script; handle end is oval shaped; bowl is elliptical. "DR" enclosed in a square.

FIC.2016.070
Letter
June 26 1788

Letter from Benjamin Huntington in Norwich, CT to William Ellery in Newport, RI, dated June 26, 1788. Huntington was a Connecticut delegate to the Continental Congress. The letter mostly regards ba...

36.2
Painting
circa 1788 – 1810

Portrait of Reverend Walter Cranston. Light face and white shirt stand out against dark background; subject appears young. See letter from Frank F. Starr, July 23, 1929 to this society.


Two covered gravy boats in neoclassical style: urn shaped, finial, oval-shaped pedestal base. Engraved coat of arms. Made in England.


The head of the document reads: "An Abstract of the Cargo of the Ship Hydra, from Bengal, of and for Newport, Rhode-Island, with liberty to touch at St. Eustatius, and Virginia, consisting...

74.4.1
Stand, Cruet
1788 – 1789

Eight crystal bottles in silver stand. Classical style cruet stand with pierced divider, reeded railing, columnar supports, and claw-and-ball feet. One of the smaller bottles was made in 1910-11, o...

01.247 AB
Dish, Serving
1788 – 1789

Two Gravy Boats in classical style. Oval-shaped, pedestal foot. With Marks of initials "J.B" enclosed in a square. Four other symbols enclosed in individual squares. Probably made in London.

77.6.2
Clock, Tall Case
1788 – 1834

Mahogany scroll top with carved fretwork, 3 brass finials on fluted plinths; brass-mounted, stop-fluted, columns on top. Three-quarter, brass-mounted stop-fluted, columns; door has molding and inla...

1854.8.17
Ballot
circa 1787 – 1788

A list of candidates for Rhode Island political offices, including governor, deputy governor, assistants, secretary, attorney general, and general treasurer. Also includes candidates for "Delegates...


This volume contains the meeting minutes of the first and second African Union Societies. Though the first entry is dated January 6, 1796, the earliest entry within the volume is from January 24, 1...


Geometric designs cover entire piece. Double hearts on reverse. Slightly tapered. "Sally Tolman 1787" on reverse.


A 1787 list of candidates for Rhode Island political offices, including governor, deputy governor, assistants, secretary, attorney general, and general treasurer. Also includes candidates for "Dele...

01.86.2 AB
Tureen
1786 – 1800

Two tureens with lid and platter made of soft-paste porcelain in puce polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges.

01.86.5 AB
Platter
1786 – 1800

Two heart shaped soft paste porcelain platters in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.4
Platter
1786 – 1800

Soft past porcelain platter with scalloped edge in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.6
Plate, Serving
1786 – 1800

Soft paste porcelain serving plate in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.3
Plate, Serving
1786 – 1800

One shallow soft paste porcelain oval serving plate in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.8 A-O
Plate
1786 – 1800

Fifteen soft paste porcelain plates in puce with color polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1-01.86.8.


A one-shilling banknote from Newport, Rhode Island, dating to 1786. Note is numbered and signed by hand, and has printed text throughout. A border with scrollwork and birds, as well as an anchor em...


A six-pence banknote from Newport, Rhode Island, dating to 1786. Note is numbered and signed by hand, and has printed text throughout. A border with scrollwork and birds, as well as an anchor emble...


Framed one pound note printed for the state of Rhode Island; both sides are visible in frame. Number '45774' and three signatures are hand-written on the note.


Sepia-toned drawing of Hon. Christopher Grant Champlin, (1786-1840), facing right. Wearing white wig with pony tail, frilly collar and coat. Round drawing with white mat in square frame of dark wood.


Two soft past porcelain shallow oval serving dishes in puce with polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set that includes 01.86.1 - 01.86.8.

01.86.1
Dish, Serving
1786 – 1800

Soft paste porcelain serving dish of puce color polychrome floral decorations and gilded edges. Part of a set #01.86.1 through #01.86.8. Including a tureen with lid and platter - #01.86.2, platter ...


Sampler has a blue house in the center and a bird closer to the top. "Pure delight doth me invite heavenward to run that/what I may know before my life be done". Elizabeth Anthony stitched her sign...


A: works - originally hung at Old Colony House. Includes dead-beat type anchor escapement, two winding drums. B: pendulum - pendulum has fragment of newspaper list of subscribers and paper label #137.


Pink and white striped short sleeve dress with ruffle trim. Matching underskirt.


Men's pink satin coat


Men's white wool breeches


Men's white wool breeches


Men's pink satin breeches

01.105
Tureen
1785 – 1815

Oval porcelain covered tureen flaring at top with molded sides and shaped rim; four floral sprays in deep blue on exterior; three medallions, two on cover which are worn and one inside with the ini...

01.10
Tureen
1785 – 1815

Porcelain oval shaped tureen with twisted handles on each end attached with molded strawberry and leaf relief; decorative shield on both sides of cover; polychrome coat of arms on each side of lid.

97.18.57
Tray, Serving
1785 – 1830

Porcelain small four sided tray, almost diamond shaped, w/ curved corners; Nanking border; center image of houses, trees, mountains and a fisherman in a boat.

97.18.56
Tray
1785 – 1830

Small porcelain tray w/ scalloped edges and a Nanking border; center image of houses, trees, mountains and a fisherman in a boat.

80.3.21
Tongs, Serving
1785 – 1815

Tongs are in the neoclassical style. Engraved decoration and initials "WT" in script. "WT" could refer to William Vigneron Taylor who married Abigail White Taylor.

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