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Silver from North America

Metalwork, Silver, North America

Works of Art (60)

Basket, 1760–70, Myer Myers (American), Maker, American; Made in Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, America, Silver (54.167)
Beakers, ca. 1683 and 1711, Attributed to Jurian Blanck Jr. (American); Benjamin Wynkoop (American), New York City, Silver (33.120.621–.622)
Box, ca. 1910–20, Marie Zimmermann (American), Wood, silver alloy, brass, ivory, amethyst, and semi-precious quartz (2005.464)
The Bryant Vase, 1875–76, James Horton Whitehouse (American, born England), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer and retailer, Silver, gold (77.9a,b)
Chocolate pot, 1700–1710, Edward Winslow (American), Made in New England, Boston, Massachusetts, Silver (33.120.221)
Coffeepot, ca. 1725–35, Charles Le Roux (American), Silver (1997.498.1)

Salver, ca. 1725–35, Charles Le Roux (American), Silver (1997.498.2)
Congressional presentation sword of Major General John E. Wool, 1854–55, United States, possibly Baltimore, Steel, gold, gilded brass, diamonds, rubies, wood, silver, textile (2009.8a–c)
Creampot, 1763, Benjamin Burt (American), Silver (33.120.295)
Cup, 1916, Arthur John Stone (American, born England), Gardner, Massachusetts, Silver (1990.49)
Entrée dish and cover, ca. 1837, Bailey & Kitchen Company (American), Silver (2003.382a-c)
Ewer and plateau, 1901, Gorham Manufacturing Company (American, Silver (1974.214.26a,b)
Ewer, ca. 1825, Thomas Fletcher (American), Philadelphia, Silver (2007.25)
Hair ornament, ca. 1904, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American), Silver, enamel, black and pink opals, demantoid garnets (2002.620)
Hot-water urn, 1791, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Maker, Made in Boston, Silver, ivory (1990.226 a-d)
The Magnolia Vase, ca. 1893, John T. Curran (American), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer, Silver, gold, enamel, opals (99.2)
Masonic medal, 1826, C. Foote, engraver, American, Silver (2000.544)
Medal commemorating the 25th anniversary of General Motors, 1933, Norman Bel Geddes (American), Silver, mat finish (33.150.1,2)
Mug, 1700–1725, Koenraet Ten Eyck (American), Albany, New York, Silver (27.85.9)
New Model No. 3 Single-Action Revolver, 1888–89, Smith & Wesson (American); Tiffany & Co. (American), Springfield, Massachusetts, and New York, Serial no. 25120: partly nickel-plated steel, silver (2007.477)
Pair of Altar Vases, 1915, Arthur J. Stone (American, born England, 1847–1938); Herbert Taylor (American, 1892–1942), Gardner, Massachusetts, Silver and gold (2011.347,.348)
Pair of beakers, ca. 1719, Moody Russell (American), Barnstable, Massachusetts, Silver (28.131.1,.2)
Pair of canns, 1783, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (58.3.5-.6)
Pair of sauceboats, 1815–20, Anthony Rasch (American, born Germany), Silver (59.152.1-.2)
Pair of sauceboats, ca. 1765, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (46.40.1-.2)
Pair of vases, 1824 and 1825, Thomas Fletcher (American); Sidney Gardiner (American), Silver (1982.4a,b)
Pitcher, ca. 1872, Retailed by Ball, Black & Co. (American), Silver, (2005.10)
Plateau, 1790–95, Benjamin Halsted (American), New York, Silver, copper, glass (2007.471.1)
Plateau, ca. 1825, John W. Forbes (American), Silver, glass, walnut (1993.167)
Punch bowl, 1901, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, Silver (1974.214.27)
Punch bowl, ca. 1750, Adrian Bancker (American), New York City, Silver (48.15)
Punch bowl, ca. 1751, New York City, Silver (50.161)
Salver, 1754–69, Daniel Christian Fueter (American), New York City, Silver (24.109.37)
Seal, ca. 1704, Jacob Boelen (American), Silver, wood (33.120.375)
Set of four beakers, 1795, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (58.3.1-.4)
Sideboard, ca. 1795–1805, Philadelphia or Baltimore, Mahogany, satinwood, silver, copper, verre églomisé with yellow poplar, white pine, mahogany (45.77)
Spoon, 1670–90, Jurian Blanck, Jr. (American), Silver (1989.193)
Spoon, 1770–80, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (38.98)
Sugar bowl, 1760–75, John Bayly (American), Silver (39.23a,b)
Sugar bowl, 1790–1800, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.546a,b)

Creamer, 1790–1800, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.547)
Tankard, 1700–1710, Gerrit Onckelbag (American), Silver (33.120.517)
Tankard, 1705–25, Simeon Soumaine (American), New York City, Silver (27.85.1)
Tankard, ca. 1715, John Coney (American), Boston, Silver (33.120.503)
Tankard, ca. 1795, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.507)
Tea and coffee service, ca. 1800, Attributed to Christian Wiltberger (American), Silver (1980.503.1-4)
Tea caddy, 1725–40, Simeon Soumaine (American), Silver (64.249.5a,b)
Tea service, ca. 1888, Tiffany & Company (American), Silver, silver-gilt, enamel, ivory (97.1.1-4)
Tea tray and urn, 1799, John McMullin (American), Philadelphia, Silver, ivory (2009.420.1,2)
Teakettle, 1710–20, Cornelius Kierstede (American), Silver (40.145a,b)
Teapot, 1700–1715, Jacob Boelen (American), Silver (61.246a,b)
Teapot, 1745–55, Josiah Austin (American), Silver (24.109.7)
Teapot, 1796, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (33.120.543)
Teapot, ca. 1782, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (69.147)
Tray, ca. 1879–80, Tiffany & Company (American), Silver, copper, gold, alloys (66.52.2)
Two-handled bowl, 1700–1710, Cornelius Kierstede (American), Made in Mid-Atlantic, New York, Silver (38.63)
Two-handled bowl, ca. 1690, Jacob Boelen (American), New York City, Silver (24.105)
Vase, ca. 1877, Edward C. Moore (American), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer and retailer, Silver (1982.349)
Vase, ca. 1880, Gorham Manufacturing Company (American), Providence, Rhode Island, Silver and mixed metals (2008.68)
Vest chain, ca. 1900, Unger Brothers (American), Silver (2001.335)
Wine cup, ca. 1660, John Hull (American); Robert Sanderson Sr. (American), Boston, Silver (L.2008.22)
Wine cup, ca. 1740, Samuel Edwards (American), Boston, Silver (33.120.230a)