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Asparagus tongs
Date: ca. 1780
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.22
Cruet and soy frame
Probably by Thomas Watson and Co.
Date: ca. 1795
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 10.98 a-d, k-r
Two coasters
Date: 1780–90
Medium: Sheffield plate, wood
Accession Number: 1997.489.9, .10
Oil Lamp
Date: 1790–1800
Medium: Sheffield silver plate
Accession Number: 46.67.58a, b
Mug
Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1760
Medium: Sheffield plate and wood
Accession Number: 64.187.6
Candlestick
Watson and Bradbury
Date: ca. 1810
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 25.25.17a, b
Set of four sweetmeat dishes
Date: ca. 1760
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.9–.12
Server
G. Gibbs
Date: ca. 1808
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.19
Dish ring
Probably by Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1787
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 07.102.8
Tea urn
Date: late 18th century
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 06.954a–d
Souvenir spoon
Date: late 19th century
Medium: Silver and silver-gilt
Accession Number: 00.19.65
Pair of tapersticks
Date: ca. 1835
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 48.135.117a, b, .118a, b
Teaspoon
Date: ca. 1770–80
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 25.25.9
Candlestick
Date: ca. 1790
Medium: Silver plate on copper
Accession Number: 48.145.2
Chamber candlestick or taperstick
John & Thomas Settle
(active early 19th century)
Date: 1822–23
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 2006.470.32a, b
Sconce
Date: 1795–1815
Medium: Silver plate on copper
Accession Number: 42.197.5a–e
Beaker
Probably by John Hoyland and Co.
Date: ca. 1764
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.4
Dish cross
Ashworth, Ellis & Co.
Date: ca. 1770
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.17a, b
Child's porridge spoon
Roberts and Belk
Date: 1897–98
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 1991.296.2
Teapot
Probably by Nathaniel Smith and Company
Date: ca. 1787
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 10.16.31
Wine Cooler
Date: ca. 1830
Medium: Silver plate on copper
Accession Number: 48.135.18
Sconce
Date: 1795–1815
Medium: Silver plate on copper
Accession Number: 42.197.6a–e
Saltcellar
James Dixon & Sons
(British, founded Sheffield, 1806)
Date: 19th century
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 13.8.13
Sugar bowl
Date: ca. 1775–85
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 10.16.17a, b
Coffeepot
Richard Morton and Co.
Date: ca. 1765–70
Medium: Sheffield plate, fused
Accession Number: 12.106.11
Pair of tapersticks
Date: ca. 1810
Medium: Silver-plated copper (plaster filled)
Accession Number: 1982.327.2,3
Pair of candlesticks
Date: ca. 1835
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 48.135.110a, b, .111a, b
Cream jug
Probably by Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1760
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 64.187.13
Pair of dishes
T. and J. Creswick
(1811–1857)
Date: ca. 1810–30
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 10.204.3a, b
Chamber candlestick
T. and J. Creswick
(1811–1857)
Date: 1825–26
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 2006.470.36a–c
Asparagus tongs
Date: ca. 1780
Accession Number: 64.187.22
Cruet and soy frame
Probably by Thomas Watson and Co.
Date: ca. 1795
Accession Number: 10.98 a-d, k-r
Two coasters
Date: 1780–90
Accession Number: 1997.489.9, .10
Oil Lamp
Date: 1790–1800
Accession Number: 46.67.58a, b
Mug
Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1760
Accession Number: 64.187.6
Candlestick
Watson and Bradbury
Date: ca. 1810
Accession Number: 25.25.17a, b
Set of four sweetmeat dishes
Date: ca. 1760
Accession Number: 64.187.9–.12
Server
G. Gibbs
Date: ca. 1808
Accession Number: 64.187.19
Dish ring
Probably by Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1787
Accession Number: 07.102.8
Tea urn
Date: late 18th century
Accession Number: 06.954a–d
Souvenir spoon
Date: late 19th century
Accession Number: 00.19.65
Pair of tapersticks
Date: ca. 1835
Accession Number: 48.135.117a, b, .118a, b
Teaspoon
Date: ca. 1770–80
Accession Number: 25.25.9
Candlestick
Date: ca. 1790
Accession Number: 48.145.2
Chamber candlestick or taperstick
John & Thomas Settle
(active early 19th century)
Date: 1822–23
Accession Number: 2006.470.32a, b
Sconce
Date: 1795–1815
Accession Number: 42.197.5a–e
Beaker
Probably by John Hoyland and Co.
Date: ca. 1764
Accession Number: 64.187.4
Dish cross
Ashworth, Ellis & Co.
Date: ca. 1770
Accession Number: 64.187.17a, b
Child's porridge spoon
Roberts and Belk
Date: 1897–98
Accession Number: 1991.296.2
Teapot
Probably by Nathaniel Smith and Company
Date: ca. 1787
Accession Number: 10.16.31
Wine Cooler
Date: ca. 1830
Accession Number: 48.135.18
Sconce
Date: 1795–1815
Accession Number: 42.197.6a–e
Saltcellar
James Dixon & Sons
(British, founded Sheffield, 1806)
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 13.8.13
Sugar bowl
Date: ca. 1775–85
Accession Number: 10.16.17a, b
Coffeepot
Richard Morton and Co.
Date: ca. 1765–70
Accession Number: 12.106.11
Pair of tapersticks
Date: ca. 1810
Accession Number: 1982.327.2,3
Pair of candlesticks
Date: ca. 1835
Accession Number: 48.135.110a, b, .111a, b
Cream jug
Probably by Tudor and Leader
Date: ca. 1760
Accession Number: 64.187.13
Pair of dishes
T. and J. Creswick
(1811–1857)
Date: ca. 1810–30
Accession Number: 10.204.3a, b
Chamber candlestick
T. and J. Creswick
(1811–1857)
Date: 1825–26
Accession Number: 2006.470.36a–c
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