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North and Central America x American Decorative Arts x
Two-handled Bowl
Cornelius Kierstede
(1674–ca. 1757)
Date: 1700–1710
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 38.63
Chocolate Pot
Edward Winslow
(1669–1753)
Date: 1700–1710
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 33.120.221
Cabinet
Attributed to Daniel Pabst
(1826–1910)
Date: ca. 1877–80
Medium: Walnut, maple, white pine, glass
Accession Number: 1985.116
Chair
Herter Brothers
(1864–1906)
Date: 1877–79
Medium: Ebonized cherry, marquetry of lighter woods, gilding
Accession Number: 1992.80
Memorial painting
Sally Miller
Date: 1811
Medium: Watercolor and ink on silk
Accession Number: 48.81
Armchair
Attributed to Pottier and Stymus Manufacturing Company
(active ca. 1859–1910)
Date: ca. 1870–75
Medium: Rosewood, prickly juniper veneer
Accession Number: 1970.35.1
High chest of drawers
Date: 1730–60
Medium: Maple, birch, white pine
Accession Number: 40.37.1
Easy Chair
Caleb Gardner
(died 1761)
Date: 1758
Medium: Walnut, maple
Accession Number: 50.228.3
Secretary-bookcase
Possibly by Robert Fisher
(American, active 1824–37)
Date: 1825–35
Medium: Ebonized mahogany, mahogany, mahogany veneer, gilding, bronzing, stamped brass ornaments, and glass (secondary woods: pine, poplar, cherry)
Accession Number: 60.29.1a, b
Linen Press
Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony
(American, 1902–1915)
Date: ca. 1904
Medium: Oak, tulip poplar, brass
Accession Number: 1991.311.1
Bureau table
Attributed to John Townsend
(1732–1809)
Date: ca. 1765
Medium: Mahogany, chestnut, tulip poplar
Accession Number: 10.125.83
Side Chair
Attributed to Samuel McIntire
(1757–1811)
Date: 1794–99
Medium: Mahogany, ebony, ash, birch, white pine
Accession Number: 62.16
Settee
George Jakob Hunzinger
(1835–1898)
Date: ca. 1876–85
Medium: Ebonized cherry, fabric-covered steel mesh
Accession Number: 1992.269
Card table
Charles-Honoré Lannuier
(1779–1819)
Date: 1817
Medium: Mahogany veneer, white pine, yellow poplar, gilded gesso, vert antique, and gilded brass
Accession Number: 1995.377.1
Pocket bottle
Attributed to American Flint Glass Manufactory
(1764–1774)
Date: 1769–74
Medium: Blown pattern-molded glass
Accession Number: 14.74.17
Library Table
Herter Brothers
(1864–1906)
Date: 1879–82
Medium: Rosewood, brass, mother-of-pearl, and abalone
Accession Number: 1972.47
Embroidered sampler
Embroidered by Julia Ann Fitch
(born 1792)
Date: 1807
Medium: Silk on linen
Accession Number: 2010.466
Armchair
Designed by Francis H. Bacon
(1856–1940)
Date: 1886–88
Medium: Mahogany, tooled and painted leather
Accession Number: 1993.75
Desk and Bookcase
Date: ca. 1811
Medium: Mahogany, satinwood, maple, verre églomisé with cedar
Accession Number: 69.203
Covered goblet
New Bremen Glass Manufactory
(1784–1795)
Date: 1788
Medium: Blown and engraved glass
Accession Number: 28.52a, b
The Bryant Vase
Designed by James Horton Whitehouse
(1833–1902)
Date: 1875–76
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 77.9a, b
Embroidered sampler
Rebekah S. Munro
(1780–1803)
Date: ca. 1791
Medium: Embroidered silk on linen
Accession Number: 1984.331.13
Sofa
Attributed to Duncan Phyfe
(1770–1854)
Date: ca. 1810–20
Medium: Mahogany, tulip poplar, cane, gilded brass
Accession Number: 60.4.1
Vase
Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany
(American, New York 1848–1933 New York)
Date: 1893–96
Medium: Favrile glass
Accession Number: 96.17.10
Quilt Top, Crazy pattern
Date: ca. 1885
Medium: Silk, satin, velvet, and cotton
Accession Number: 1989.66
High chest of drawers
Date: 1762–65
Medium: Mahogany, mahogany veneer, tulip poplar, yellow pine, white cedar
Accession Number: 18.110.4
Desk and bookcase
Date: 1760–90
Medium: Mahogany, chestnut, white pine, yellow pine, tulip poplar, cedar
Accession Number: 15.21.2
Sugar pot
Date: 1820–40
Medium: Earthenware with slip decoration
Accession Number: 18.95.16
The Magnolia Vase
Manufactured by Tiffany & Co.
(1837–present)
Date: ca. 1893
Medium: Silver, gold, enamel, opals
Accession Number: 99.2
Pitcher
American Pottery Manufacturing Company
(1833–ca. 1854)
Date: 1833–50
Medium: Earthenware
Accession Number: 1992.230
Two-handled Bowl
Cornelius Kierstede
(1674–ca. 1757)
Date: 1700–1710
Accession Number: 38.63
Chocolate Pot
Edward Winslow
(1669–1753)
Date: 1700–1710
Accession Number: 33.120.221
Cabinet
Attributed to Daniel Pabst
(1826–1910)
Date: ca. 1877–80
Accession Number: 1985.116
Chair
Herter Brothers
(1864–1906)
Date: 1877–79
Accession Number: 1992.80
Memorial painting
Sally Miller
Date: 1811
Accession Number: 48.81
Armchair
Attributed to Pottier and Stymus Manufacturing Company
(active ca. 1859–1910)
Date: ca. 1870–75
Accession Number: 1970.35.1
High chest of drawers
Date: 1730–60
Accession Number: 40.37.1
Easy Chair
Caleb Gardner
(died 1761)
Date: 1758
Accession Number: 50.228.3
Secretary-bookcase
Possibly by Robert Fisher
(American, active 1824–37)
Date: 1825–35
Accession Number: 60.29.1a, b
Linen Press
Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony
(American, 1902–1915)
Date: ca. 1904
Accession Number: 1991.311.1
Bureau table
Attributed to John Townsend
(1732–1809)
Date: ca. 1765
Accession Number: 10.125.83
Side Chair
Attributed to Samuel McIntire
(1757–1811)
Date: 1794–99
Accession Number: 62.16
Settee
George Jakob Hunzinger
(1835–1898)
Date: ca. 1876–85
Accession Number: 1992.269
Card table
Charles-Honoré Lannuier
(1779–1819)
Date: 1817
Accession Number: 1995.377.1
Pocket bottle
Attributed to American Flint Glass Manufactory
(1764–1774)
Date: 1769–74
Accession Number: 14.74.17
Library Table
Herter Brothers
(1864–1906)
Date: 1879–82
Accession Number: 1972.47
Embroidered sampler
Embroidered by Julia Ann Fitch
(born 1792)
Date: 1807
Accession Number: 2010.466
Armchair
Designed by Francis H. Bacon
(1856–1940)
Date: 1886–88
Accession Number: 1993.75
Desk and Bookcase
Date: ca. 1811
Accession Number: 69.203
Covered goblet
New Bremen Glass Manufactory
(1784–1795)
Date: 1788
Accession Number: 28.52a, b
The Bryant Vase
Designed by James Horton Whitehouse
(1833–1902)
Date: 1875–76
Accession Number: 77.9a, b
Embroidered sampler
Rebekah S. Munro
(1780–1803)
Date: ca. 1791
Accession Number: 1984.331.13
Sofa
Attributed to Duncan Phyfe
(1770–1854)
Date: ca. 1810–20
Accession Number: 60.4.1
Vase
Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany
(American, New York 1848–1933 New York)
Date: 1893–96
Accession Number: 96.17.10
Quilt Top, Crazy pattern
Date: ca. 1885
Accession Number: 1989.66
High chest of drawers
Date: 1762–65
Accession Number: 18.110.4
Desk and bookcase
Date: 1760–90
Accession Number: 15.21.2
Sugar pot
Date: 1820–40
Accession Number: 18.95.16
The Magnolia Vase
Manufactured by Tiffany & Co.
(1837–present)
Date: ca. 1893
Accession Number: 99.2
Pitcher
American Pottery Manufacturing Company
(1833–ca. 1854)
Date: 1833–50
Accession Number: 1992.230
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