351 Object Results

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97.22.50
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.51
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogrammed...

97.22.52
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.53
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.54
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.55
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.56
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.57
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

97.22.58
Tablespoon
19th century

One of ten tablespoons of heavier silver than coin silver, broad fiddle back handle, where the handle joins the bowl it flares out from 1/4" to 1/2" like two wings. The bowl is pointed. Monogramme...

99.3.36
Frock Coat
19th century

Black wool frock coat with black silk lining. Double breasted with waist seam. Black grosgrain on wide, notched revers. Three fabric covered buttons on each cuff. Buttonholes in revers near notch. ...

99.3.41
Morning Coat
19th century

Greenish brown morning coat. Double breasted. 5 buttons on each breast (7/8 in. diameter). Breast lined in dark brown cambric; sleeves in lighter brown. Breast quilted. Skirt lined in faded black f...


Clay pipe with original reed stem. The bowl of the pipe features a ribbed pattern. Item was discovered on top of a beam in the attic of the Colony House during renovations in late December 2013.

2019.004.002
Wallpaper
19th century

Gold, yellow and brown wallpaper with maroon accents in the pattern. Two sections of fragments, both came from the stairwell of the Banister House at 56 Pelham Street, Newport, RI. There is another...


Mounted studio photograph of an unknown bearded man. Studio is printed on bottom left of recto: Leavitt. Address is printed as: 126 Bellevue Ave., Newport RI. 

D133
Fan, Hand
19th century

Yellowed fan with ivory sticks and a silk field. 16 pierced sticks. Hand painted field, slight decoration, floral garland. The back is torn.

D167
Shawl
19th century

Quaker dove gray, satin shawl with narrow fringe.

D168
Shawl
19th century

Shawl with red center. Red, green, yellow and brown border. Ends of shawl are large colorful bands with two large yellow paisleys (Persian in design). Ticket reads, "Rescued from the great Chicago ...


Brown china silk crepe with damask figure. Border at bottom; quilting follows woven desgin. Lined with brown and white check cotton. Wadded with lamb's wool. R.T. Briggs believes petticoats of this...

D237
Pattern (guide)
19th century

Cardboard pattern for forepart of Quaker bonnet.

D238 A
Bonnet (hat)
19th century

Quaker bonnet, in greenish gray silk with white lining.

D238 B
Shawl
19th century

Gray silk fringed Quaker shawl, square. Attached tag reads 'Quaker Shawl, Rebecca Collins, D238 B'

D238 C
Shawl
19th century

Rose-biege silk shawl, made of trilled silk with 1/4" fringe. Possibly Quaker.

D238 D
Cloak
19th century

Quaker mantle in greenish gray wadded silk. Very large.

D238 G
Hatbox
19th century

Bonnet box from a Quaker owner. Tan and white box. Covered in wallpaper. Contains D238A-F

D257
Hat
19th century

Military or regalia cap with visor. Leather black hat; underside of the visor is in green. Badge with horn, oak and laurel branches, surmounted with eagle like D256. Design is embossed underside of...

D341
Stay
19th century

Cotton stays with brass eyelets. Similar to D147.

D342
Stay
19th century

Used as installation material? Similar to D147 and D341.

D343
Camisole
19th century

Plain white cotton corset cover with lone eyelets for the front laces. The garment has a patch at the waist line on each side. The patches are of different sizes and materials and are hand sewn. Th...

D344
Camisole
19th century

Plain white cotton camisole that laces up the front with hand sewn eyelets for the cotton laces that have metal tips . Stitches on left side indicate that a pocket has been removed.

D349
Petticoat
19th century

White under petticoat made from cotton sheeting. Edging of heavy lace, hand sewed.

D350
Apron
19th century

Pinafore Style, Cross-bar dimity apron. Machine seams, trimmed with heavy tatting for a young girl.

D443
Fan, Brisé
19th century

Brise fan in honey. Pierced design, accent with metal studs. Ribbon is broken. 21, 6 inch spokes.

D444
Fan, Brisé
19th century

Brise ivory fan with 22, 7.5 inch sticks. The design is of India type. Almost perfect condition.

D445
Fan, Brisé
19th century

Ivory brise fan with 26 sticks, measuring 10.5 inches. Very delicate Chinese design in center. Background of medalions very tiny vertical slits. Sticks solid except pierced borders. Ribbon broken.

D447
Parasol
19th century

Folding parasol with ivory handle, whalebone spokes, wood points. Point broken.

D451
Fan, Hand
19th century

Folding fan with 14 10.5 inch sticks. White with silvered inlay. Silk field with tassel

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