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Elwell, Newton W. / Colonial silverware of the 17th and 18th centuries, comprising solid sets, small wares, candelabras, communion service, etc.
([ca. 1899])

XXVII. Silver tea-pots and creamer, from Portsmouth, N.H. [and] Salem silver,   p. PL XXVII


Page PL XXVII

PL.. XXVII.
SILVER TEA-POTS AND CREAMER, FROM PORTSMOUTH, N. H.
Dating back to last of the 17th Century.
(1EO. H. POLTY & C0.  l hrs P  No . MAss.                                                                                          Copyrighte.d.
SALEM SILVER.
This silver is of old English make.  The odd piece in the center is an intrenched egg boiler, cooking one egg at a time over a small alcohol lamp, which is placed.
beneath the oval. The spoon with the queer oblong bowl is a Chutney spoon.


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