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2010.14.2 AB
shoes (footwear)
circa 1880 – 1920

A pair of light blue women's silk dress shoes, made by T.M. Seabury of Newport, RI. The shoes were once owned by Elizabeth H.J.B. Robinson. The silk is machine stitched to a leather interior. Soles...

2010.14.1 AB
shoes (footwear)
circa 1880 – 1920

A pair of women's ivory silk dress shoes, made by T.M. Seabury of Newport, RI. The shoes were once owned by Elizabeth H.J.B. Robinson. Features include a leather sole with a reinforced curved heel ...


A pair of black leather baby boots worn by C.L.F. Robinson (b. July 6, 1874-d. July 9, 1916). Features include a scalloped closure with four black buttons and a twill lining fabric. Leather soles.


A gilded metal charm most likely intended for a piece of jewelry. Opens to a miniature photo album with ten photos of the Como region of Italy. Used as an accessory in the dollhouse of Elizabeth Al...


A wooden bowl-shaped button with cellulose fruit. Used in a dollhouse owned by Elizabeth Robinson Cushman.


A gilded porcelain lid from toy tea set.


A small mirror from a woman's compact. Used as a dollhouse toy.


A folio of paper objects associated with a dollhouse once owned by Elizabeth A. Robinson Cushman. Items are as follows: 1. Three pieces of metallic gold paper 2. A Christmas card with transparent p...


A folio of various textile materials that once accompanied a dollhouse owned by Elizabeth A. Robinson Cushman. Items are as follows: 1. Gold roping 2. Small scraps of blue silk with ivory embroider...


Stamped gilt brass frame with applied elements. Frame made to look like balconied window with ivy. Possibly used in dollhouse.


Ivory two-sided comb mounted to red stained ivory handle.


A stamped brass frame with glass and embossed gilt board mat.


A gilt brass and blue enamel frame with floral and ribbon design at top and bottom.


A Rococo gilt wood frame with plaster ornamentation.


A finely woven minature basket made of split reeds.


A cast metal miniature sword. Traces of gilding. Meant as a souvenir letter opener, but used as a dollhouse toy.


A cast brass miniature candlestick with stick screws in base.


Lathe turned miniature for dollhouse, possibly intended as a spittoon.


A teal baby shoe made of silk. Features include an ankle strap with a white button closure and a piece of fabric folded into a cockade at front. Twill lining; leather sole. Evidence of hand stitchi...


A pink crocheted bootie with a leather sole. The part of the bootie that covers the foot has regularly spaced small openings which reveal a crocheted cream ground. The top of the ankle has a cream ...


A pair of light green leather baby shoes. Features include a cream colored binding (possibly silk), cream colored bows, and ankle straps with a white button closure. Twill lining; leather sole.


A white piece of fur (possibly rabbit) with a small black area. Basted by hand to a plain weave base (probably cotton) in a circular formation. Twill tape at one edge, where fur is curling. Intende...


A miniature "bearskin" rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to black felted wool ground with zig zag edges.


A miniature "bearskin" rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to green velvet or velveteeen ground fabric ...


A miniature "bearskin" rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to purple velvet or velveteeen ground fabric...

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