129 Object Results

Decade:
W 1934.2.2
Flesh Fork
18th century

Hand wrought iron meat fork; two prong fork; hole in handle to hang fork.

D338
Fragment
1700 – 1750

White bolt of India muslin with small silver stars, now yellowed.

D68
Fragment
18th century

Needlepoint fragment. Cream ground with colored flowers. Silks on a wool canvas. Floral design, conventional, balanced in extremely fine needlepoint. Carnation predominates with an unusual backgrou...


Light and dark indigo blue and white striped woolen fabric with some twilled stripes. Ticketed in same hand as D225, "A piece of my great Grandmother's Petticoat more than a hundred years old. ~1885"


34 swatches of checked, striped and plaid fabrics. Died with indigo and saffron. Fabrics of various materials: linen, cotton and possibly hemp. Ticketed, "These pieces are specimens of cloth manufa...


Piece A is a fragment of sleeve. Piece B is a strip with nine buttons. Indigo and white vertically striped linen. Buttons worked in blue and white thread over slightly irregular wooden mould. Fragm...

42.1.32 AB
Gown
18th century

Silver gray satin gown. Long sleeved with train, opening over matching petticoat. This gown, originally made about 1775, has been made over to approximate style of 1783-1793. This alteration may be...

42.1.33 AB
Gown
18th century

Polonaise dress made of pink and white striped silk and tafetta with fancy stripes. Back of gown same as D19. Separate petticoat has 2 pinked and plaited flounces. Untrimmed sleeves. Designed to be...

34.1.8
Highchair
1700 – 1730

Child's high chairmade of ash; turned stretchers, stiles and arms; back has two slats; front and rear styles end with knob-like turnings; original rush seat. Attributed to Jonathan Easton, Newport....

W 1974.40.3
Jar
18th century

Redware canister of jar without cover; green glaze; two rows of molding around top. Made in New Hanpshire.

W 1974.40.2
Jar
18th century

Redware canister or jar; dark green glaze.

W 1974.40.1
Jar
18th century

Redware canister jar with green glaze; lid included. Two rows of molding around the top. Made in New Hampshire. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

01.50
Jar
18th century

Urn shaped covered jar; gilded satyr-head handles; gilded flower shaped finial; decorated with thick bands of gilded designs.


Small red clay jug with tapered neck and mouth. The bottom is inscribed, "Henry Gould (potter) of Newport RI."


Pear shaped redware jug; green glaze; groove around top. Made in New Hampshire.

96.42.3
Lamp, Oil
18th century

A twin-wicked oil lamp. The metal wick holders fit onto a round glass holding the oil. This fits into a small metal cylinder fastened to a fluted metal saucer. Has paper tag: "2 lamp wicks/23".

96.42.2
Lamp, Oil
18th century

Oil lamp with a round glass jug with glass handle holds the oil and the wick from the brass fixture. There is a brass screw to adjust the flame. "Pat'd Dec 10 67 Venus" on adjusting screw.

33.1.1
Medicine Bottle
1700 – 1750

English tin-glazed Earthenware or "delft" pharmaceutical bottle with inscription on front, "S:DE.ROSIS.SIC"; framed by scrolls, angels, and flowers in light blue tone; bottle cylindrical in shape t...


Leather-covered wooden box w/ two brass hook fasteners, velvet lined, partitioned into six sections; contents: four bottles from Taylor's Pharmacy, labeled as follows (b) Hoffman's Anodyne; (c) Cho...

01.132
Mold, Casting
18th century

Three-pronged mold with scissor-like closing with four various size button molds. "NM"; letters joined together.


Brass mold for pewter spoons with initials: "IA", and "IM". Wooden handles are missing. Could have been made in England or America.


Unbleached hoop petticoat. Linen and split reed or over 3 groups hoops, placket holes padded with wool ovver hips. Tapes which will tie petticoat in oval form.


Blue silk quilted petticoat lined with homespun linen. Border design of tulips, carnations and leaves.


White background; pink and yellow floral design; pink buds; green leaves. Made in France. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

01.39
Pitcher (vessel)
1700 – 1750

Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") pitcher with light blue-grey glaze over which bright blue floral design is painted; pewter cover is missing.

01.44
Plate, Food
1700 – 1750

Tortoiseshell or "Whieldon" ware; shaped with molded rim; decorated with underglaze brown.


Round pewter plate; ridge around edge; 'H E I' engraved on front and a tag on back stating name and date of owner. Attached tag reads 'Lydia E. Holmes, born Newport 1683. Married 1706 to Samuel Rog...


Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") plate with light grey-blue glaze over which is an oriental landscape in darker blue.


Tin-glazed Earthenware plate with light grey-blue glaze over which is an oriental landscape in darker blue.


Earthenware plate with light blue-grey glaze; dark blue flower design in center; decorative bands around inner and outer rim.

D53
Pocket
18th century

White pair of pockets with colored embroidery, bound with blue twilled cotton emboridery, Lined india cotton. To be ties around the waist, under skirt, opening by plackets on hips

D54
Pocket (bag)
18th century

Two pockets. Front is patchwork of plain white line squares and squares of brown with a floral print. Back of pockets are white linen. Cross stich initials AW on each pocket. To tie around the waist.

01.38
Porringer (dish)
1700 – 1750

Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") light blue glazed porringer with bright blue bands of decoration inside and on scalloped handle.

01.43
Punch Bowl
1700 – 1750

Tortoiseshell or "Whieldon" ware; lead glaze colored with brown and green spots in imitation of tortoiseshell.


Lady's Fancy Bag. White Linen bag with yellow embroidery. White Twill tape drawstring about 3/8" wide. Floral design, nearly balanced sprays growing from urn. Bag may be portion of larger piece.

97.16.1
Scarf
18th century

Fine ecru linen square scarf. "Catherine N. Littlefield" is written in script on one corner.

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