9609 Object Results


Brass andirons; turned; ball feet.


Brass andirons; turned posts; two feet ending in balls; one decorative peg is missing.


Turned brass andirons.


Painted wooden horse and rider has a wooden base with runners for the horse's feet. The horse is painted dark brown with white fetlocks and wears blinders. The rider wears a baggy blue outfit with ...


Small galloping horse, black-painted cast iron, part of a larger toy. Two holes through flanks may have been for attaching shafts of a vehicle.


Hand carved wooden horse w/ missing ears, piece of ribbon wrapped around neck for a bridle and a small piece of maroon velvet tied on his back w/ string.


Clear glass retangular bottle. Round neck with no stopper. 'Caswell Hazard & Co/Chemists/New York & Newport,' embossed on one side.


Apron WHITE COTTON WITH EYELET HEM AND SMALL TUCKS NEAR HEM LINE


Apron WHITE COTTON LAWN APRON FROM THE WAIST WITH TIES AND TUCKS AND A RUFFLE AT THE BOTTOM, SMALL POCKET


Apron WHITE COTTON APRON WITH CROCHETED BOTTOM AND SMALL TIES


Apron WHITE COTTON APRON WITH HAND CROCHETED INSERTIONS ABOUT THREE INCHES FROM THE BOTTOM , INSERTIONS ON THE TIES


Child's apron with lace trim and inserts. Lace trim has a scalloped edge and paisley design. The lace inserts have a circle and flower pattern. The apron is white, but mostly sheer with two large p...


Off white child's apron. Long ties at the waist with some ruching at the seam. Little to no decoration with a visible hemline two inches from the bottom.


Off white apron with three tier detail along the hemline.


Plain white child's apron. Some ruching at the waistline with matching white ties.


Masonic masters apron made of white leather, trimmed and backed with blue silk. Blue silk ties to tie the apron around waist. B is a piece of royal purple silk ribbon. C is a piece of white silk ri...


A leather apron painted with Masonic symbols, including a sun, a star with a hand and heart, a moon with stars, and scales. A half-circle fold at top depicts an eye and the letters "P" and "G." Apr...


Green, brown, and cream plaid Gingham.


Child's long white apron. Short sleeved with tucks along the waist and some detail on the sleeves and bodice. Tie closure at back, open skirt. Ruffles down the sides of the skirt.


J.T. O'Connell apron made of a plain weave canvas. Screen printed in black, "J.T. O'Connell, Inc./89 Long Wharf/Newport, R.I./Tel. 846-2220/Lumber & Hardware".


White armband with red cross.


White fabric square with red cross in center. 


White quartz arrowhead with specks of orange and gray. Triangular shaped. Head is dull. Bottom corners are still relatively sharp.


Native American arrowheads from Island cemetery.


Ascot featuring a multi-color printed paisley motiff. The background is black with off-white, yellow, green and red paisley. The back of the ascot is a solid black satin.


Blue and white porcelain ashtray. Tray is decorated around the edges as well as with an image of a house on the beach in the center.


Sheer baby's bonnrt with embroidered flower fabric.


Silver policeman's badge. Oval base inscribed "Newport Police." raised six-point star in center inscribed "1639." brass pin and clasp on verso.


Police badge in brass, elongated 6-pointed star, inscribed in oval center: "New port/ Police/ 1638". Pin attached to verso; clasp missing.


Silver marshal's badge, five-point star inscribed "City Marshall/Newport/1639." pin and clasp missing.


Small oval police badge, made of brass with pin attached to back. Stamped with "NewPort Police, 1638."


Badge with red and blue background, gold trim, two overlapping gold tridents. From Harbor Defense Of Narragansett Bay.


Round badge, blue background, white star with red circle in center. Star is enclosed by gold circle and flanked by gold wings. From 8th Air Force, served in Europe and Pacific.


Square badge, blue background, gold eagle, white star with red circle above eagle. From 4th (?) Air Force Continental US.


A U.S. Navy badge with a white ground and blue embroidery; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan. Badge is probably intended for a sleeve, and signifies a rank of Petty Officer Second Class. Insigni...


A tally with "U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION" woven in yellow. Evidence of needle holes and thread at each end (unfinished edges). Most likely was once attached to a wool "flat hat" for use in a navy unifo...

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