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Colonial silverware of the 17th and 18th centuries, comprising solid sets, small wares, candelabras, communion service, etc.

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Elwell, Newton W.
Colonial silverware of the 17th and 18th centuries, comprising solid sets, small wares, candelabras, communion service, etc.
Boston, Massachusetts: G.H. Polley & Co., [ca. 1899]
2 p.., XL pl. 47 cm

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[Cover] Colonial silverware of the 17th and 18th centuries

[Title page] Colonial silverware of the 17th and 18th centuries : comprising solid sets, small wares, candelabras, communion service, etc.

[Contents] Contents

I. Old Salem silver, p. PL I

II. Silver from Maryland about 1776 [and] elaborate silver ware from Baltimore, MD, p. PL II

III. Collection of silver from Salem, date 1775 [and] candlesticks and punch strainer from Portsmouth N.H., p. PL III

IV. Silver punch bowl, punch strainer, wine funnel, meat skewer tea-pot and candle sniffer [and] silver pieces, from Portsmouth, N.H., about 1800, p. PL IV

V. Copper hot water urn with silver trimmings from Portsmouth, N.H., 1750 [and] silver hot water urn from Baltimore, M.D., p. PL V

VI. Elaborate silver stand for cut glass, punch bowl and flowers, from Maryland [and] odd silver sugar bowls, for lump sugar, from Maryland, p. PL VI

VII. Tea set and large, richly engraved salver [and] open-work cake basket and slop bowl -- Salem, Mass., p. PL VII

VIII. Tea set from Salem, Mass. [and] silver vase and slop bowls from Baltimore, MD, p. PL VIII

IX. Richly decorated sugar and cream from Maryland [and] tea-pot, sugar, cream, about 1797, from Maryland, p. PL IX

X. Large silver hot water urns, from Baltimore, MD, p. PL X

XI. Tea caddy, teapot and toast rack, formerly owned by Gov. Eustis [and] sugar, slop bowl, mustard and asparagus tongs: latter part 18th century, Boston, p. PL XI

XII. St. John's Church communion set, Portsmouth, N.H. [and] sugar, cream, and slop bowls from Portsmouth, p. PL XII

XIII. Silver from Portsmouth, N.H., about 1800 [and] silver ware from Salem, 1797, p. PL XIII

XIV. Silver set from Providence, R.I. [and] set from Salem, 1780, p. PL XIV

XV. Sideboard, showing old cut glass, Baltimore, MD [and] old empire sideboard, showing family silverware, Baltimore, MD, p. PL XV

XVI. Richly embossed family silver from Portsmouth, 1800 [and] silver set of the old, so called, melon pattern, p. PL XVI

XVII. Silver tankard from the South Parish Church, Portsmouth, Sept. 27, 1760 [and] candelabra, latter part of the 18th century, Norfolk, VA, p. PL XVII

XVIII. Unique silver pitcher and candelabra, 1798 [and] silver hot water urns, Baltimore, MD, p. PL XVIII

XIX. Candlesticks, sugar and cream and two snuffers with trays from Portsmouth, N.H., 1797 [and] cut glass decanters, covered bowl and elaborate silver candelabra, Baltimore, MD, p. PL XIX

XX. Silver bowl, mug, cream, and porringer, Roxbury, Mass. [and] silver and cut glass epergne from Baltimore, MD, p. PL XX

XXI. Soup dish, creamer, mustard pot, cup and can -- Salem, Mass., 1795 [and] old English silver tea set, 1798 -- Salem, Mass., p. PL XXI

XXII. Silver hot water urns, from Baltimore, MD, p. PL XXII

XXIII. Tall candelabra and soup dish, latter part 18th century, Washington D.C. [and] silver in Charleston, S.C., latter part 18th century, p. PL XXIII

XXIV. Elaborate silver pieces, Baltimore, MD [and] an odd tea set from Salem, Mass. 1790, p. PL XXIV

XXV. Silver ware in Salem, Mass [and] collection of silver and glass ware in Baltimore, MD., 18th century, p. PL XXV

XXVI. Old family silver, Brooklynwood, MD, p. PL XXVI

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

XXVIII. Silver from Maryland [and] some old fashioned silver from Portsmouth, N.H., p. PL XXVIII

XXIX. Collection of silver tankards and cans -- 1772 [and] spoons, sugar tongs, pepper box and mustard pot, p. PL XXIX

XXX. The communion service of the Old North Church, Boston, p. PL XXX

XXXI. Communion set, Kings Chapel, Boston, p. PL XXXI

XXXII. Communion service, Arlington Street Church, Boston, p. PL XXXII

XXXIII. Communion service, Christ Church, Cambridge, Mass., p. PL XXXIII

XXXIV. The communion service of the Old South Church, Boston, p. PL XXXIV

XXXV. Communion service -- Old South Church, p. PL XXXV

XXXVI. Candelabera, from a church in Russian Poland, latter part 15th century, p. PL XXXVI

XXXVII. Flagons, candlestick in Boston -- 1750 [and] a collection of old silver candlesticks in Boston, dating about 1750, p. PL XXXVII

XXXVIII. This collection in Salem, Mass -- 1795, p. PL XXXVIII

XXXIX. In Portsmouth, N.H., date about 1785, p. PL XXXIX

XL. Interesting collection of old silver pieces from the southern states, p. PL XL

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