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Vessel from North America

Vessel, North America

Works of Art (78)

The Adams Vase, 1893–95, Paulding Farnham (American), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer and retailer, Gold, amethysts, quartzes, spessartites, tourmalines, freshwater pearls, enamel (04.1)
Aladdin Vase, 1880–83, Decorator: Maria Longworth Nichols (American, 1849–1932); Manufacturer: Rookwood Pottery (1880–1967), Earthenware (1981.443)
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)
Bottle, 13th–14th century, Caddoan peoples; Arkansas, Ceramic, traces of pigment (1978.412.85)
Bowl with Pair of Rabbits, mid-9th–12th century, Mimbres peoples; New Mexico, Ceramic (1978.412.118)
Bowl, 11th–14th century, Mississippian peoples; Missouri, Ceramic (79.8.10)
Bowl, 1899, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (Stourbridge Glass Company) (51.121.29)
Bowl, 1917, Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, 1865–1929), Porcelain (23.145)
Bowl, ca. 1897, Manufacturer: Ceramic Art Company (Trenton, New Jersey, 1889–96), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration (1987.26)
Bowl, ca. 1908, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Tiffany Furnaces, Favrile glass (51.121.13)
Bowl, mid-9th–12th century, Mimbres peoples; New Mexico, Ceramic (1978.412.123)
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)
Covered Bowl with Virginia Creeper, 1904–9, Tiffany Studios (American, 1902–32), American; New York City, Porcelaneous earthenware (2011.522.2a,b)
Covered goblet, 1788, Made by New Bremen Glass Manufactory (Frederick County, Maryland), American, Blown glass with engraved decoration (28.52a,b)
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)
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)
Mug, 1700–1725, Koenraet Ten Eyck (American), Albany, New York, Silver (27.85.9)
Oval box, 1800–1900, American, Maple and pine (66.10.36a,b)
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)
Pair of Vases, 1890–1900, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Copper (1985.212.1,2)
Pair of vases, ca. 1815–20, Marc Schoelcher (French), Paris, Porcelain (1999.191.1,.2)
Partial dinner service, ca. 1800–1815, Attributed to Dihl et Guérhard, Paris, Porcelain (1994.480.1a,b–.16)
Pitcher, 1868–86, Manufacturer: Greenwood Pottery Company (Trenton, New Jersey, 1861–1933), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration, and gilding (1989.219)
Pitcher, ca. 1853–60, Decorator: Haughwout & Daily (New York, 1852–54), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration, and gilding (1996.560)
Pitcher, ca. 1865, Decorator: Boston China Decorating Works (1860–ca. 1925), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration, and gilding (1986.110)
Pitcher, ca. 1872, Retailed by Ball, Black & Co. (American), Silver, (2005.10)
Plaque, 1880, Decorator: Cecilia Beaux (American, 1855–1942), Porcelain (2002.214)
Plaque, ca. 1878–85, Decorator: Rosina Emmet (American, 1854–1948); Manufacturer: Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (1759–present), Earthenware(1991.25)
Plate, 1886, Decorator: Lizzie M. Fairchild (American, dates unknown), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration (1991.370.4)
Plate, 1908, Decorator: Marie B. Bohmann (American, dates unknown); Manufacturer: R. Delinieres and Company (1879–present), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration (1987.227)
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)
Set of four beakers, 1795, Paul Revere, Jr. (American), Silver (58.3.1-.4)
Sketch of enamel bowl, ca. 1898–99, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (American), New York, New York, Watercolor and graphite (2005.495)
Soup bowl, ca. 1885–90, Decorator: Mary Louise McLaughlin (American, 1847–1939), Porcelain, overglaze enamel decoration, and gilding (1986.307.3)
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)
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)
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)
Tyg, 1908, Designed and decorated by Leona Nicholson (American); Newcomb Pottery (American), New Orleans, Louisiana, Painted and glazed earthenware (1983.26)
Vase, 1879, John Bennett (American, born England, 1840–1907), Painted and glazed earthenware(1985.168)
Vase, 1880, Decorator: Mary Louise McLaughlin (American, 1847–1939), Painted and glazed earthenware (L.1987.11)
Vase, 1886–90, Made by the Faience Manufacturing Company, Painted and glazed earthenware with overglaze raised gold paste decoration (1991.58)
Vase, 1888, Decorator: Celia Thaxter (American, 1835–1894); Manufacturer: Boston China Decorating Works (1860–ca. 1925), Glazed and painted earthenware (1997.337)
Vase, 1893–96, Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American); Made by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company , American; Made in Mid-Atlantic, Corona, New York, America, Favrile glass (96.17.10)
Vase, 1898, Louis Comfort Tiffany (American), Glazed porcelaneous earthenware (51.121.21)
Vase, 1899–1910, Grueby Faience Company (American), Boston, Massachusetts, Earthenware (69.91.2)
Vase, 1915, Sara Galner (American, born Galicia [Ukraine]); Paul Revere Pottery (also known as the "Saturday Evening Girls") (American, 1908), Boston, Massachusetts, Earthenware (2000.31)
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)
Vase, ca. 1905, Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, 1865–1929), Porcelain (2004.464)
The Viking Punchbowl, ca. 1893, Paulding Farnham (American), designer; Tiffany & Company (American), manufacturer and retailer, Iron, silver, gold, wood (69.4)
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)