13 Object Results

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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...

80.3.34 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.

80.3.36
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.

80.3.12
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...

97.22.22
Fork
after 1800

Fiddle-back fork, handle tips curved slightly upward, 2 center tines longer than outer tines. The original coin silver has been plated, resulting in a heavy piece. Monogrammed "WML", and marked "B....

01.211
Fork
1785 – 1812

Fork with engraved initials: "JSM"; three tines; bright-cut; engraved decoration. "WH" enclosed in a square.


Two tuned metal fork with wooden handle; handle has metal cap end.


Two tined fork; bone handle; small nail in center and metal cap end.


Two-tined metal fork;bone handle with metal cap end. From Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House.


Two-tined fork; wood handle with metal cap end. From Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House.


Dinner fork of fiddle-head pattern; engraved "WRT" on front, "HHS" on back. According to original accession card: "HHT" are the initials of Harriet Hamilton Taylor Saunders and "WRT" is William Rog...


Dinner fork of fiddle-head pattern; engraved "WRT" on front, "HHS" on back. According to original accession card: "HHT" are the initials of Harriet Hamilton Taylor Saunders and "WRT" is William Rog...


Childs knife (a) and fork (b) set, with ornate cast handles. Five symbols on knife only, Made in England. Belonged to Taylor family, Newport, RI.

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