148 Object Results

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Title page from a New Testament bible, torn out and enclosed in glass. The bible was printed 1597. On reverse is a listing of towns in Rhode Island with population tabulations for whites, negroes, ...

63.2.1 AB
Spoon, Eating
1650 – 1800

Two spoons with square stems and round bowls. Symbol marked with "HK."

01.236
Spoon
1685 – 1740

Spoon with "spurred trifid-end" handle; "fig-shaped" bowl. Engraved inscription added, prob. in late nineteenth century: "B.C. 1674." in shaded block letters, on back of handle.

01.195
Spoon
1695 – 1725

Spoon with engraved initials: "GCF"; swage decoration on back of bowl; trifid-end handle which curves down. Marked with "S+V" enclosed in a heart.

2012.44.1
wallpaper
18th century

Wallpaper fragment from Rhoades-Pease-King-House. The fragile fragment features a pattern of yellow dotted leaves with white vines and burgundy tulips on a green/gray background.

2018.029.001
Wallpaper
18th century

Collection of wallpaper fragments with various patterns from the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House. 

2017.014.001
Wallet
18th century

18th century embroidered wallet. Outside has zigzag patterns with stripes of varying shades of green, yellow, maroon and blue. Small hole in front of wallet wear a clasp was likely attached. Inside...


White cotton twill waistcoat with embroidered front. Arms are missing, lined with linen.


Double breasted deep cream color sleeveless waistcoat, two pockets, twenty-five buttons down front.


White sleeveless waistcoat with embroidered flowers, leaves and geometric designs in white. Right side is longer than the left side which is severely ragged. Two pockets.

01.49
Vase
18th century

Porcelain urn shaped; goat-head handles with gilt linework; multichromatic great-bird and landscape decoration on both sides; set on square shaped pedestal decorated with gilding.

01.882
Toaster
18th century

Toasting rack with a metal base with 4 curled supports (for bread), attached to 3-legged stand and handle.

97.13.8 A-E
Tinder Box
18th century

Round tin box with two covers. (A) top cover has a place in the center to hold a candle. (B) is the inside cover, the handle is unsoldered and the inside may have had a lining of some kind. (C) is ...

68.4
Tankard
1700 – 1737

Tankard with engraved initials" "SRF" on handle; Rhodes family arms engraved on body; applied band around middle; flat lid (replaced). Marked "SV+" enclosed in a heart on body, not on lid.

01.261
Table
1700 – 1725

Gate-leg table made of maple and mahogany in William and Mary style; baluster-turned legs and stretchers, with rings, urns and blocks; much wear on stretchers and feet; legs painted black (not orig...

2010.15
Table
18th century

18th century rounded drop-leaf mahogany dining table. Likely Newport made.

99.2
Strongbox
18th century

Painted iron strongbox, back of box is unpainted. Front of box has false key hole in center, the actual key hole is in the center of the lid. Iron handles on sides of box. Front and back of box are...

42.1.15
Stocking
18th century

Men's white stickings made of fine silk. Full fashioned, embroidered white clocks. Similiar but not identical to D42.

42.1.16
Stocking
18th century

Men's white sine silk stockings. Machine made, with white silk clock. Similiar but not identical to D43.

42.1.17 AB
Stocking
18th century

Pair of men's white full fashion stockings; clocks on each side of leg; 4 diamond shaped designs at the top.

42.1.18
Stocking
18th century

Man's white silk stocking w/ clocks on each side; it has been mended in many places, especially in the foot, toe and heel areas. Leg of one cut off at top presumably to mend others.

42.1.19
Stocking
18th century

Man's white silk stocking, machine woven, full fashioned; two purple lines woven into the top of the stocking; woven clocks of various types start at the foot and continue up to the top of the stoc...

42.1.20 AB
Stocking
18th century

Pair of ladies white cotton full fashion stockings; 2 pink lines in the hem at the top of each stocking. Machine knit.

42.1.21 AB
Stocking
18th century

Pair of pink colored ladies full fashion knit stockings; white inset gusset; ornate knit clocks w/ inverted v and white pattern; interior of hem is white w/ a purple line around it. Elaborate woven...

97.16.2 AB
Stocking
18th century

Pair of men's ecru fullf ashion stockings with and embroidered arrow design on each side. Top of hem has a narrow blue border and the intitals 'P.C.' embroidered in black script.

FIC.2018.004
Stays
18th century

Brown coutil stays with baleen boning and bound in a mix of white and brown leather. No shoulder straps and a very pointed front. Padding 4 1/2 x 1 in. on inside center bottom of stays. Iron rod in...

FIC.2018.005
Stays
18th century

Tan stays with coarse linen lining. Bound in white leather with glazed linen on tabs. Twill trim on outside of corset 1/8 in. wide over top of some channels. Dark brown leather in PL eyelets. 

FIC.2018.006
Stays
18th century

Tan stays with shoulder straps and fron tab (2 x 4 in.) extending from center bottom. No boning, busk, or cording. Coarse linen lining with unfinished seams inside. Possibly unfinished construction...

FIC.2018.007
Stays
18th century

Unbleached stays with tabs at the bottom. No shoulder straps. Front comes to point and has decorative lacings with a narrow cord resembling a stomacher. Desiccated and deteriorated leather binding....

42.1.4
Stay (corset)
18th century

Unbleached stays with large, overlapping tabs. Two different linens used for lining. No shoulder straps.

27.4.6
Stay
18th century

Whalebone stays covered with green woolen material , bound with white kid. Lined with homespun linen, some with blue, white and natural stripes.

D47
Stay
18th century

Buckram and whalebone covered and lined with linen. Outside, heavy linen, lined with narrow yellow braid; inside coarse linen. Bound with white kid, fastens in back. from the shop of Jabez Carpen...

D48 AB
Stay
18th century

Whalebone stay covered with green wool with white stitching. Trimmed with white leather. Pocket in front section containing plain wooden busk.

01.51
Spoon, Eating
1700 – 1740

Wavy end pewter spoon. Swaged decoration on back of bowl and on front of handle. Very worn hallmarks on back of handle. Very worn hallmarks on back of handle. 

78.1.1
Spoon
1700 – 1730

Spoon with engraved initials "TW"; rat tail on back of spoon; swaged floral decoration; trifid end on handle which turns up. Marked with "IC" enclosed in a circle.

01.251
Snuffbox
18th century

Snuff or tobacco box with oval shape and engravings of christ on the cross. Hinge seems to have been repaired. Probably made in Holland or Germany. Marked with "Let Lyde Christi In Syn Sterve" en...

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