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Plateau
After a design by Jacques Stella
(French, Lyons 1596–1657 Paris)
Date: ca. 1725
Medium: Faience (tin-enameled earthenware)
Accession Number: 17.190.1860
Spice box (one of a pair)
Johann Christoph Stenglin
(German, active 1737–75)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.28a, b
Ferdinando de' Medici (1663–1713), Grand Prince of Tuscany
Giovanni Battista Foggini
(Italian, Florence 1652–1725 Florence)
Date: ca. 1680–82
Medium: Marble with base of gray marble
Accession Number: 1993.332.2
Clock (pendule à console)
Clockmaker: probably Jean-Philippe Gosselin
(recorded as master in Paris 1717, died 1766)
Date: ca. 1750
Medium: Case: bronze, formerly gilded, silvered or lacquered; dial: white enamel, with black numerals; movement: brass and steel
Accession Number: 37.160.9
Bell
Abraham Drentwett IV
(1711–1785, master 1741)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.25
Tazza
Johann Conrad Lotter
(German, active 1738–79)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.13
Toilet box with key
Friedrich Schwestermuller II
(German, active 1713–52)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.4a, b
The Collation from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Medium: Wool, silk (21-23 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 64.145.3
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.21a
Mirror
Date: ca. 1680–1700
Medium: Dark-stained pine; replaced mirror glass
Accession Number: 67.171
Bowl with cover (écuelle)
Nicolas-Antoine de Saint-Nicolas
(master 1714, recorded 1755, not recorded 1756)
Date: 1725–27
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 48.187.404a, b
Mantel clock
Clockmaker: Franz Xavier Gegenreiner
(master in 1770)
Date: case ca. 1710, movement ca. 1770–90
Medium: Case: repoussé silver, partly gilded, and tortoiseshell veneer over pearwood; movement: brass and steel
Accession Number: 46.162
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.19b
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.22b
Armchair (part of a set)
Frame by Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot
(1706–1776, warden 1750/52)
Date: ca. 1754–56
Medium: Carved and gilded beech; wool and silk tapestry
Accession Number: 35.145.6
Mirror frame
Johann Valentin Gevers
(German, ca. 1662–1737)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.32
Plate
Date: ca. 1720–30
Medium: Faience (tin-glazed earthenware)
Accession Number: 17.190.1767
Flask (one of a pair)
Date: 18th century
Medium: Cut glass, silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.43a, b
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.20c
Candlestand
Date: ca. 1750
Medium: Gessoed, painted, and partly gilded pine and walnut
Accession Number: 48.179
Pair of tripod candlestands (torchères)
Design possibly inspired by François de Cuvilliés the Younger
(German, 1731–1777)
Date: ca. 1740
Medium: Carved and gilded pine
Accession Number: 1974.356.98, .99
Stand for écuelle
Abraham Drentwett IV
(1711–1785, master 1741)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.21
Mounted brush
Johann Pepfenhauser II
(German, active 1697–1754)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.19
Sugar caster (one of a pair)
Nicolas Besnier
(French, 1686–1754, master 1714)
Date: 1728–29
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 38.164.2a, b
Toilet set case
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Wood, leather, iron, silk velvet
Accession Number: 2005.364.1a–d
The Elephant from a set of five Grotesques
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Medium: Wool, silk (21-27 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 1977.437.3
Screw-top canister
Friedrich Schwestermuller II
(German, active 1713–52)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.8a, b
Basin
Johann Conrad Lotter
(German, active 1738–79)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 2005.364.16
Circular tureen with cover
Herman Neupert
(1727–1807)
Date: ca. 1765
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 1974.356.730a, b
Draw-top table
Date: 1675–1700
Medium: Oak
Accession Number: 13.154.5
Plateau
After a design by Jacques Stella
(French, Lyons 1596–1657 Paris)
Date: ca. 1725
Accession Number: 17.190.1860
Spice box (one of a pair)
Johann Christoph Stenglin
(German, active 1737–75)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.28a, b
Ferdinando de' Medici (1663–1713), Grand Prince of Tuscany
Giovanni Battista Foggini
(Italian, Florence 1652–1725 Florence)
Date: ca. 1680–82
Accession Number: 1993.332.2
Clock (pendule à console)
Clockmaker: probably Jean-Philippe Gosselin
(recorded as master in Paris 1717, died 1766)
Date: ca. 1750
Accession Number: 37.160.9
Bell
Abraham Drentwett IV
(1711–1785, master 1741)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.25
Tazza
Johann Conrad Lotter
(German, active 1738–79)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.13
Toilet box with key
Friedrich Schwestermuller II
(German, active 1713–52)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.4a, b
The Collation from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Accession Number: 64.145.3
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.21a
Mirror
Date: ca. 1680–1700
Accession Number: 67.171
Bowl with cover (écuelle)
Nicolas-Antoine de Saint-Nicolas
(master 1714, recorded 1755, not recorded 1756)
Date: 1725–27
Accession Number: 48.187.404a, b
Mantel clock
Clockmaker: Franz Xavier Gegenreiner
(master in 1770)
Date: case ca. 1710, movement ca. 1770–90
Accession Number: 46.162
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.19b
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.22b
Armchair (part of a set)
Frame by Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot
(1706–1776, warden 1750/52)
Date: ca. 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.6
Mirror frame
Johann Valentin Gevers
(German, ca. 1662–1737)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.32
Plate
Date: ca. 1720–30
Accession Number: 17.190.1767
Flask (one of a pair)
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 2005.364.43a, b
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.20c
Candlestand
Date: ca. 1750
Accession Number: 48.179
Pair of tripod candlestands (torchères)
Design possibly inspired by François de Cuvilliés the Younger
(German, 1731–1777)
Date: ca. 1740
Accession Number: 1974.356.98, .99
Stand for écuelle
Abraham Drentwett IV
(1711–1785, master 1741)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.21
Mounted brush
Johann Pepfenhauser II
(German, active 1697–1754)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.19
Sugar caster (one of a pair)
Nicolas Besnier
(French, 1686–1754, master 1714)
Date: 1728–29
Accession Number: 38.164.2a, b
Toilet set case
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.1a–d
The Elephant from a set of five Grotesques
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Accession Number: 1977.437.3
Screw-top canister
Friedrich Schwestermuller II
(German, active 1713–52)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.8a, b
Basin
Johann Conrad Lotter
(German, active 1738–79)
Date: ca. 1743–45
Accession Number: 2005.364.16
Circular tureen with cover
Herman Neupert
(1727–1807)
Date: ca. 1765
Accession Number: 1974.356.730a, b
Draw-top table
Date: 1675–1700
Accession Number: 13.154.5

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