10043 Object Results

Pine folding bed; rope springs; six legs; joint on second set of legs; turned legs; simple headboard.

Miniature demijohn; glass bottle covered in wicker; two handles on sides; brown bottle. Made in Jamaica.

Watercolor sketch of brick tombs of Richard and Samuel ward; graveyard with green trees and white gravestones. Marked with: 'M. Wilson' on back. 'Brick tomb of Hon. Richard Ward Esq. 1630-1763, Gov...

Round iron griddle with two earlike handles on side. Lip around bottom edge to fit over pot.

three legged; long handle; circular revolving grate; t-shaped foundation.

Pewter pot; turned handle; hinged top with oval finial; spout has grooved design.

Maple chair with bow back Windsor arm chair painted black; slightly resembles a Captain's chair'; 13 spindles; front spindles, legs and stretcher are turned; saddle seat.

Brass candlestick with wide square base and turned stick; flat round lip on receptacle.

Yellow glaze mixing bowl; four semi-circle grooves around bottom base.

Four round wooden spools of various sizes. From Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house. 

Spool with a round top and a stick that gradually decreases in width; has a metal hook in the top, a tiny accompanying paddle (attached by string) and a small stone wrapped in string (was once also...

A spool with a metal stick and round wood fixtures. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

w134.1 is a maple wooden column: one end is a wide flat circle, the other end is round and pointed; there are three thin grooves in the center of the shaped column. w134.2 is a pine wooden object w...

Pine shuttle for loom: two pointed ends with metal staples, rectangular cut-out center with an open cut-out inside, inside of cut-out slopes down to opening.

Pine shuttle for loom; pointed at ends with curved staples to fit over ends; rectangular cut-out area with an opening that is also rectangular shaped; small hole in side; has been shaped on either ...

Pine knitting needle; smooth shaft pointed at one end, knob at other end. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

Rectangular piece of pine with thirty six pegs and twenty one holes where missing pegs should be.

Rectangular woven basket with two small handle slots on each end. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

Pewter lamp with round base, turned stick, and egg shaped oil and wick receptacle; hole in top for wick; wick receptacle has tiny grooves around its outside. Marked on bottom of base "R. Gleason", ...

Hogscraper candlestick; round base; straight stick with slot for mechanism to raise and lower candle (lever is missing).

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.

Iron pot with two earlike handles extending off rim. Pot tapers downward slightly. Lid with small handle at the top. Lid overlaps top of pot slightly with cutouts for handles. 

Three short legs; round iron bowl with short lip.

Straw broom held together by four areas of wound string; attached to broomstick by one nail; wooden broomstick with hole and rawhide knotted through hole.

Large iron fork; two tines; handle leads from tines and gradually turns from flat and thin to flat and wide; end in hook for hanging.

Flat shovel; round handle; handle ends in round knob.

Large iron fork; tines are of one piece and are attached to handle with a screw and are moveable; long round iron handle flattens near end and ends in a loop to hang

Large wooden spoon; flat handle on top, rounded on bottom; knotched at handle's bottom end.

Tin ladle attached to wood handle; three grooves on handle that ends in a point.

Unpainted oak wooden ladle with round scoop and long, thin handle ending in a point; one piece design.

Round coconut shell ladle with pewter rim; long maple wooden handle attached to ladle with pewter shaft; handle has turned and pointed end with a leather loop around end. From the Wanton-Lyman-Haza...

Small scoop with attached loop handle; one piece scoop and receptacle attached to handle base.

Tin flour scoop with long handle. Separate curved area for scooping: fixed onto enclosed receptacle. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

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