472 Object Results

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01.102
Creamer
1785 – 1815

Gourd-shaped creamer made of porcelain with double twisted handle attached to body with four applied leaf and berry reliefs; medallion on front with floral sprigs in center and eagle above; thin ba...


Porcelain tea caddy with flask-shaped with medallion on front and back which contains floral sprays; decorative bands around base and along top edge; decoration in deep blue, dark orange and gold.

01.104
Creamer
1785 – 1815

Porcelain "helmet" pitcher with molded sides and rectangular-shaped flaring lip; round base; decorative bands around top lip and around base; pseudo-armorial shields on front containing initials "R...

01.105
Tureen
1785 – 1815

Oval porcelain covered tureen flaring at top with molded sides and shaped rim; four floral sprays in deep blue on exterior; three medallions, two on cover which are worn and one inside with the ini...

01.106
Plate Warmer
1785 – 1815

A porcelain warming plate as a thick, heavy dish with deep blue bands around the inner and outer rims with superimposed gilt stars; the initials "W.P." in center are in deep blue and linework.

01.107
Plate Warmer
1785 – 1815

Porcelain warming plate with family cipher in center with unicorn at top, palm branches at base around which a banner reading "pax et copia" is wrapped; rim is bordered with two deep blue and gold ...


Oval porcelain platter with shaped rim; central pseudo-armorial shield containing floral spray; rim is bordered with two thin decorative bands; decoration in deep blue, gold, dark orange and black ...


Oval porcelain platter with an oval shaped rim smaller than #01.108; central pseudo-armorial shield containing floral spray; rim is bordered with two thin decorative bands; decoration in deep blue,...


Porcelain oval shaped platter. The rim is smaller than #01.108 and # 01.109; central pseudo-armorial shield containing floral spray; rim is bordered with two thin decorative bands; decoration in de...


Oval shaped porcelain platter with a smaller rim than #01.108, # 01.0109 and # 01.110; central pseudo-armorial shield containing floral spray; rim is bordered with two thin decorative bands; decora...

01.112
Serving Dish
1785 – 1815

Oval porcelain serving dish; interior decorated with medallion which is extremely worn; urn in center of medallions; thin decorative bands around base and top of rim; decoration in deep blue and or...

01.113
Serving Dish
1785 – 1815

Oval porcelain serving dish with a wide shaped rim; oval shaped; central medallion containing floral spray; thin decorative bands around inner and outer edge of rim; decoration in deep blue, gold a...

01.115 A-F
Soup Plate
1785 – 1815

Six porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange, an...

01.116 AB
Soup Plate
1785 – 1815

Two porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "R.L."; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange,...

01.117 A-E
Dinner Plate
1785 – 1815

Five porcelain dinner plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange,...

01.118 A-E
Dinner Plate
1785 – 1815

Five porcelain dinner plates with pseudo-ammorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark orange...

01.119 A-H
Plate, Soup
1785 – 1815

Eight small porcelain soup plates with pseudo-amorial shields in center containing the initial "l"; decorative bands around inner and outer edge; colors of decoration are deep, bright blue, dark or...

01.124
Flagon
1817 – 1856

Four sets of double incised lines, one triple set of incised lines. Flared handle, spout has an overlip. Thumb piece is missing.


Pewter flagon with flared handle, lid is attached to handle. "Calde" surrounded by a wavy line. Part of communion service used in Sab. Mtg. Hse.


One alphabet sequence, one number sequence, federal-style stitches: cross, one eylet stitch. Made in Newport, RI Verse reads, "Elizabeth Gates was born February the 16 1809 and made this in the nin...


Two alphabet sequences, one number sequence, no decorations, monochrome, done all in cross stitch.


Two samplers stitched together, three alphabet sequences, 1st alphabet sequence each letter done twice, names and verse on bottom. Mary Adeline Grooker, age 7, and Sarah Ann Grooker, age 5. Note: m...

01.149
Sampler (embroidery)
September 30 1811

Three alphabet sequences, very long, thin for period, done all in cross stitch. Made by Mary Goddard (b. 11/7/1803) Probably in Newport, RI.


Three alphabet sequences, one number sequence, done in green thread only, all in cross stitch.


Long format, three alphabet sequences, house, flowers, one border. Stitches: tent, queen, cross.

01.161
Needlework
1800 – 1820

One alphabet sequence, one verse, one border, all done in cross stitch with red thread.


Wide floral border, two alphabet sequences, one number sequence. Verse reads, "Give me O Lord my early grace nor let my soul complain that the young morning of my days has all be spent in vain." Ma...


Five alphabet sequences, one number sequence, "Extract", crude floral border. Stitches: cross and tent. Made with silk thread on linen. See: Bolton & Coe, p. 134.

01.171
Painting
1800 – 1830

Theorem Painting of a basket of fruit.

01.172
Needlework
1785 – 1815

Memorial: mourning scene. Urn, willow, figure, plinth. In memory of Charles Shield Maxwell. Painted fruit and flowers on edges. Girl's name: little oval (illegible). This picture is nearly id...

01.177
Needlework
1785 – 1850

Mourning scene with tombstones, weeping willow and other trees.


Small purse with silk thread on linen made of queen's stitch only, green silk lining. Good example of queen's stitch. Inside is a silver clasp with the initials "HMC". Purse was made in England.


Purse made of silk thread on linen with queen's stitch only, striped silk lining, blue predominates. Made in New England.

01.197
Teaspoon
1810 – 1830

Teaspoon with engraved initial: "C" on handle; coffin-end handle. "Nichols" enclosed in a rectangle on handle.

01.210
Spoon, Eating
1785 – 1815

Spoon with engraved initials: "PS"; "coffin" end. Probably made in New England.

01.211
Fork
1785 – 1812

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

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