Many of the best-known American silversmiths and pewterers of the 1700s and 1800s are represented in this exhibition - from Paul Revere to Tiffany & Company.
|Silver Cruet Set|
Made: Crespin Fuller, London, England
|Pewter Coffee Pot |
Made: Homan & Co., Cincinnati, OH
Date: ca. 1850
A porringer is typically a child's dish for porridge, broth or other similar foods, usually having one handle.
Made: John Danforth, Norwich, CT
|Salt Cellar and Spoon|
Made: Paul Storr, London, England
Made: Charles Tingus, Baltimore, MD
John Noyes, Boston, MA