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This checklist is organized by the year the object entered the Museum’s collection, beginning in 1920. There are two seventeenth-century non-American pieces because they represent forms used in colonial America, but for which we do not have American-made examples. I have included various examples of Scandinavian silver as well, most notably that by Georg Jensen. This is done for two reasons: Jensen was enormously influential in the American silver market beginning in 1922, when the Museum acquired its first two pieces; secondly, the twentieth-century Scandinavian silver included here was all purchased new in stores in New York City, thus making it “American” at least in a consumer sense.

 

Other pieces in the collection beyond those included in the 2005-2006 exhibition, Style, Status, Sterling: The Triumph of Silver in America, are listed below.

 

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1. Teaspoon, Mark of E. Cook (retailer), probably New York City, United States, 1830-40, Silver, 6”L, Purchase 1920 20.790

3. Set of six teaspoons, Bernard Wenman, New York City, 1770-90, Silver, 6”L, Bequest of Marcus L. Ward, 1921 21.13a-f

4. Tyg or loving cup, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1900, Silver, ivory, 7”H, 6.5”Di (top), Bequest of Marcus L. Ward, 1921 21.18

13. Teapot of squash form, George Gelston, New York City, 1833-36, Silver, ivory, 6”H, 11.5”W, 6.5”D, Gift of Louis Bamberger, 1923 23.202

19. Bud vase in the form of an amphora on a tripod stand, Made by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1860-1865, Silver, 7”H, 2”Di, Bequest of J. Ackerman Coles, 1926 26.993

20. Souvenir spoon of Plymouth, Massachusetts, Retail mark of H. E. Washburn, United States, ca. 1900, Silver, 7.25”L, Gift of Dr. J. Ackerman Coles, 1926 26.1059

21. Souvenir fork of Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, ca. 1900, Silver, 4.5”L, Gift of Dr. J. Ackerman Coles, 1926 26.1061

22. Two souvenir spoons of the World’s Columbian exposition, Wendell Manufacturing, Company, Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1893, Silver, 5 5/8”L (A); 5 ¼”L (B), Gift of Mrs. William H. Brown, 1926 26.1419a,b

23. Collection of twenty-eight souvenir spoons, Various makers, United States, 1880-1910, Anonymous Gift, 1926 26.2877-26.2904

24. Tablespoon, Saunders Pitman, Rhode Island, ca. 1800, Silver, 8 7/8”L, Gift of Miss Mabel Chase, 1927 27.138

 



25. Oval snuff box, Unknown maker, 1775-1800, Silver, 2.75”L, 2”W, Made as a wedding gift for David and Mary Brower, Gift Mrs. Carrie E. Howard, 1927 27.1232

26. Teapot and sugar basin, Eoff & Howell, New York City, ca. 1805, Silver, wood, 8.25”H (teapot), Purchase 1928 28.764-765

27. Creamer of helmet form, Caleb Beal, Boston, Massachusetts, ca. 1800, Silver, 7.5”H, Purchase 1928 28.768

28. Creamer of helmet form, Saunders Pitman, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1800, Silver, 4 5/8”H, Purchase 1928 28.769

29. Mug, William Adams, New York City, ca. 1835, Silver, Purchase 1928 28.773

34. Vase in the art deco style, Made by Just Anderson, Stockholm, Sweden, 1929, Silver, 7.5”H, Purchased at a store in New York City, Museum Purchase 1929 29.840

35. Ashtray in the modern style, Made by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1929, Silver, 4”H, 4.75”OL, 3.5”OW, Purchased at the Jensen store in New York City, Museum Purchase, 1929 29.1358

38. Pendant necklace in the modern style, Georg Jensen Silvermiths, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1928, Silver, laboradorites, 20”OL; 3”H, 1.75”W (pendant), Purchased at Jensen store in New York City, Purchase 1929 29.1361

40. Fruit bowl in the modern style, Made by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1929, Silver, glass, 5.25”H, 9”Di, Purchased at Jensen store in New York City, Museum Purchase 1929 29.1363

41. Match safe in rococo design, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, 2.5”H, 1.5”W, 3/8”D, Gift of Miss Hannah Wimpelberg, 1933 33.237



46. Three-piece teaset, Nicholas J. Bogert, New York City, ca. 1830, Silver, ivory, 11”H, 12”W (teapot); 10.5”H, 6.25”D (sugar bowl); 8”H, 4.5”D (creamer), Gift of Miss Marie C. Keene, 1935 35.64a,b, 35.65, 35.66

48. Soup ladle, Gale & Hayden, New York City, ca. 1846, Silver, 14.25”L, 4.25”W
Gift of Miss Mary Elizabeth Morris and Mr. John B. Morris Jr., 1935 35.250

49. Baptismal bowl in the Rococo Revival style, Ball, Tompkins & Black, New York City, 1845-50, Silver, 5 3/8”H, 6 7/8”Di, Used by the Bruen family of Newark for baptisms in the family parlor, Gift of Clementine Bruen Rawling and May Bruen Wilde 1936 36.48

52. Sugar tongs, Henry Evans, Newark, ca. 1820, Silver, 6.75”L, Purchase 1936, Anonymous Fund 36.602

53. Pair of teaspoons, Baldwin & Company, Newark, ca. 1830, Silver, 5.5”L, Purchase 1936 Anonymous Fund 36.603a,b

54. Pair of dessert spoons, Jabez Lord, New York City, 1823-35, Silver, 7.25”L, Gift of Fidelity Union Trust, 1938 38.200a,b

55. Salt spoon, S. & J. Wallin, United States, 1820-50, Silver, 3.5”L, Gift of Fidelity Union Trust, 1938 38.201

56. Sugar tongs, Robert Wilson, New York City, 1815-35, Silver, 6.5”L, 1.5”W, Gift of Fidelity Union Trust, 1938 38.202

57. Pair of tablespoons, Jackson & Many, Baltimore (?), 1825-50, Silver, 8.75”L, Bequest of Sophronia Anderson, 1938 38.203a,b

58. Three teaspoons, W. T. Rae, Newark, 1840-60, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Fidelity Union Trust, 1938 38.204a-c



59. Traveling candlesticks or “Brighton bun”, Made by Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1890-1910, Silver, 3 3/8”Di, 2.75”H (closed), Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1939 39.206a-d

60. Traveling candlesticks or “Brighton bun”, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 1890-1910, Silver, 4.75”Di, 2”H (closed), Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1939 39.207a-f

61. Cologne bottle of ruby glass with silver deposit decoration, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1900, Glass, silver, 4.25”H, 4”Di, Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1939 39.284a,b

62. Jewelry box in the form of a heart, Howard & Company, New York, 1897, Silver, velvet, 1.75”H, 4.5”L, 4.25”W, Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1939 39.389

63. Souvenir spoon for Newark’s 250th anniversary, Oneida Community Silversmiths, Oneida, New York, 1916, Electroplated base metal, 6”L, Gift of Beatrice Winser, 1939 39.480

64. Souvenir spoon for Newark’s 250th anniversary, Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, Connecticut, 1916, Electroplated base metal, 6”L, Gift of Beatrice Winser, 1939 39.481

65. Twelve pieces of flatware in the “Fontainebleau” pattern, Antoine Heller design for Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1880, Silver, 8.25”L to 4.25”L, Gift of Miss Mary L. Moffet, 1940 40.131a-l

66. Pair of candlesticks, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1880-1900, Electroplated base metal, 12.5”H, Gift of Herman A. E. and Paul C. Jaehne 1941 41.645a-d

67. Presentation baby cup, William Gale & Son, New York City, 1853, Silver, 3.25”H, 2.75”Di, Gift of Mrs. Albert B. Amory, 1941 41.815

68. Pair of salt spoons, P. P. Hayes, Poughkeepsie, New York, ca. 1835, Silver, 3.5”L, Bequest of Mary J. Taylor, 1942 42.643a,b



69. Six teaspoons, Hayes & Adriance, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1816-25, Silver, 6”L, Bequest of Mary J. Taylor, 1942 42.645a-f

70. Three tablespoons, Adam Henderson, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1830-50, Silver, 8.75”L, Bequest of Mary J. Taylor, 1942 42.646a-c

71. Cream ladle, S. Huntington, Portland, Maine, 1830-50, Silver, 6.5”L, 1 7/8”W (bowl, Bequest of Mary J. Taylor, 1942 42.647

72. Pair tablespoons, O. J. Wolcott, United States, 1830-50, Silver, 8.5”L, Gift of Mary B. Hulsizer, 1944 44.131a,b

73. Three teaspoons, O. J. Wolcott, United States, 1830-50, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Mary B. Hulsizer, 1944 44.132a-c

75. Tea and coffee service in the rococo revival style, Meriden Britannia Company, Meriden, Connecticut, 1860-60, Electroplated base metal, 16.25”H, 10.25”W (urn); 13”H, 10.25”OW (coffee pot); 10.75”H, 10”OW (teapot); 8”H, 5.25”OW (creamer); 8.5”H, 7 1/8”OW (sugar bowl); 6 7/8”H, 4 7/8”OW (waste bowl)
Gift of Mrs. Gustavus D. Pope, 1946 46.311a-h

80. Traveling candlesticks or “Brighton bun”, Tiffany & Co., New York City or Newark, 1890-1900, Silver, 3 5/8”Di, Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1949 49.94a-d

81. Bowl, Sayre & Richards, New York City, 1802-1811, Silver, 4 7/8”H, 6.5”Di, Gift of the Staff of The Newark Museum in Memory of Beatrice Winser, 1948 49.148

83. Cruet set and mustard spoon in “Whittier” pattern, Adams & Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, glass, 10”H, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.192a-g

84. Claret jug, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Cut glass, electroplated base metal, 8.25”H, 4 1/8”W, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.193



85. Spoon vase with engraved Indian design, Frank Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, 4.25”H, 4.5”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.194

86. Footed sugar bowl with repoussé decoration, Frank Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, NJ, 1880-1890, Electroplated base metal, 3 5/8”H, 4 5/8”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.195

87. Sugar tongs, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, ca. 1890-1900, Electroplated base metal, 4”L, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.196

88. Salt dish and cover, Thomas Shaw & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, glass, 2.75”H, 3 1/8”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.197a,b

89. Salt dish and cover, Thomas Shaw & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, glass, 2 3/8”H, 2.5”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.198a,b

90. Beaker, Adams & Shaw, Newark, for Tiffany & Co., 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, 6”H, 3.75”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.199

92. Grape shears, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, 6.5”L, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.202

93. Orange cup or holder, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, 2.5”H, 2.75”Di, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.203

94. Underplate and mounts for a syrup jug, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-90, Electroplated base metal, 5.5”Di (plate), Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.205a-c

95. Oval tray in the neo-grec style, Thomas Shaw for Tiffany & Co., Providence, Rhode Island, 1865-70, Electroplated base metal, 2.25”H, 29.5”L, 17.25”W, Gift of the Misses Sarah S. and Agnes Foster, 1949 49.1099



96. Salad servers, Napier Company, Meriden, Connecticut, ca. 1950, Electroplated base metal, 10 1/8”L (A); 10.25”L (B), Museum Purchase, 50.13a,b

97. Hemispherical creamer and sugar bowl in the modern style, Napier Co., Meriden, CT, ca. 1950, Electroplated base metal, 3.25”H, 3 5/8”Di, Museum Purchase, 1950 50.25

104. Serving spoon, William Wilson White, New York City, 1830-50, Silver, 9 1/8”L, Retains its original presentation box from Kirkpatrick, New York City, Gift of William L. Myers, 1953 53.41a,b

105. Sugar tongs, Nathaniel Coleman, Burlington, New Jersey, ca. 1800, Silver, 6 1/8”L, Gift of Calvin D. MacCracken, 1953 53.103

106. Master butter knife, Gale & Hayden, New York City, 1846-48, Silver, 7.75”L, Gift of John Babcock Morris, 1954 54.4

107. Four serving spoons, Boyce & Jones, New York City, ca. 1825, Silver, 9”L, Gift of the Estate of Florence Peshine Eagleton, 1954 54.378a-d

110. Pitcher with wrapped handle, Ellen Schlanbusch for Just Anderson, Copenhagen, 1955, Silver, rattan, 5.25”H, 2.25”Di, Purchased in New York City, Purchase 1956 John Babcock Morris Fund 56.129

111. Portable communion set, Albert Coles, New York City, ca. 1845, Silver, gilding, with original case, 3.25”H (ewer); 2.5”Di (paten); 3”H, 4 7/8”W, 4.5”D (case), Gift of Mrs. F. H. Sherrerd, 1956 56.187a-d

114. Salt spoon, Tunis Dubois, New York City, ca. 1797, Silver, 4 3/16”L, Gift of Victor Paul, 1958 58.46

115. Teaspoon, Bernard Wenman, New York City, 1790-1800, Silver, 5”L, Gift of Victor Paul, 1958 58.47



116. Five dessert spoons, McMullin & Black, Philadelphia, ca. 1811, Silver, 8”L, Gift of Victori Paul, 1958 58.48a-e

117. Tablespoon, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, ca. 1800, Silver, 8 5/8”L, Gift of G. Scheiner & Son, Newark, 1958 58.149

118. Jewelry box with miniature paintings of “The Little Mermaid”, Designed by Antoinette Quimby Scudder, Newark, Made by Julia Munson Sherman, Westport, Connecticut and Millington, New Jersey, 1938, Silver, ivory, velvet, 5 3/8”H, 5.5”L, 4.5”D, Bequest of Antoinette Q. Scudder, 1958 58.197

119. Jewelry box with miniatures of the Legend of Vivian, Designed by Antoinette Quimby Scudder, Newark, Made by Julia Munson Sherman, Westport, Connecticut and Millington, New Jersey, 1938, Silver, enamel, silk, 3.5”H, 6.5”L, 4.5”D, Bequest of Antoinette Q. Scudder,1958 58.198

120. Jewelry box with miniatures from “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, Designed by Antoinette Quimby Scudder, Newark, Made by Julia Munson Sherman, Westport, Connecticut and Millington, New Jersey, 1938, Silver, enamel, wood, 3 3/8”H, 6 1/8”L, 4.25”D, Bequest of Antoinette Q. Scudder, 1958 58.199

121. Jewelry box with miniatures of the Life of Joan of Arc, Designed by Antoinette Quimby Scudder, Newark, Made by Julia Munson Sherman, New York City, 1938-1940, Silver, enamel, velvet, 4”H, 6.25”Di, Bequest of Antoinette Q. Scudder, 1958 58.200

122. Soup ladle, Made by Nathaniel Coleman, Burlington, NJ, ca. 1819, Silver, 14 5/8”L, Museum Purchase 1960 60.4

123. Crucifix, Brian Watkins, United States, 1959-60, Silver, wood, 13.5”L, 8”W, Purchase 1960 60.472a-d

124. Scent bottle, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900, Glass, silver, 3 1/8”H, 0.75”W, Gift of Mrs. Evelyn Woods Ulyat, 1960 60.515

126. Pair tablespoons, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, 1810-20, Silver, 9”L, Anonymous Gift 1961 61.509a,b



127. Pair of tablespoons, Henry Lupp, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1780-1790, Silver, 9 1/8”L, Gift of W. Clark Symington 1962 62.131a,b

131. Three souvenir spoons of Newark’s 250th anniversary, R. W. Wallace and Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, Connecticut, 1916, Electroplated base metal, 6”L, Gift of Mrs. Douglas Shepherd, 1964 64.88a-c

132. Tablespoon, John Price, Newark, 1840-54, Silver, 7.5”L, Gift of Mrs. Edward M. Crane, 1964 64.151

139. Tablespoon, Richard Smith, Newark, 1855-65, Silver, 7.75”L, Purchase 1966 66.360

140. Teaspoon, John Polhamus, New York City, retailed by Richard Smith, Newark, ca. 1876, Silver, 6”L, Purchase 1966 66.361

141. Three tablespoons, George R. Downing, Newark, ca. 1825, Silver, 8.75”L, Purchase 1966 66.362a-c

142. Three tablespoons, Gaven Spence, Newark, 1850-60, Silver, 5.75”L, Purchase 1966 66.363a-c

143. Brooch in the form of a buckle, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 1 5/8”H, 2 3/8”L, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1966 66.364

145. Inkwell with silver lid and mounts, Louis C. Tiffany design for Tiffany & Co., Newark, and Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, New York, ca. 1900, Silver, glass, 4”H, 5.5”Di, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Alyea, 1967 67.120

149. Four teaspoons, Richard Smith, Newark, 1850-60, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.131a-d



150. Pair of teaspoons, Baldwin & Smith, Newark, 1850-53, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.132a,b

151. Sugar tongs, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, ca. 1810, Silver, 7.75”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.133

152. Three tablespoons, Henry Evans, Newark, ca. 1855, Silver, 8 7/8”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.134a-c

153. Master butter knife, Gaven Spence, Newark, ca. 1860, Silver, 7.25”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.135

154. Teaspoon, John Price, Newark, ca. 1850, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.136

155. Teaspoon, Henry Evans, Newark, ca. 1855, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.137

156. Soup ladle, Downing & Baldwin, Newark, 1836-44, Silver, 12.5”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.138

157. Teaspoon, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, ca. 1815, Silver, 5.5”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.139

158. Salt spoon, Henry Evans, Newark, ca. 1855, Silver, 3 5/8”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.140

159. Salt spoon, Richard Smith, Newark, ca. 1865, Silver, 3.75”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.141



160. Master butter knife, Albert Coles, New York City, ca. 1860, Silver,7”L, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.142

161. Card case with engraved decoration, Albert Coles, New York City, ca. 1861, Silver, 3.75”H, 2.5”W, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.143

162. Snuff box, Unknown maker, United States, ca. 1815, Silver, copper, 0.75”H, 2.5”L, 1.5”W, Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.144

163. Pen knife, Albert Coles, New York City, ca. 1860, Silver, 3”L (closed), 5.25”L (open), Gift of Mrs. Clinton King, 1967 67.145

164. Hand mirror and hairbrush in “He Loves Me” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, glass, bristles, celluloid, wood, 9”L (mirror), 10.5”L (brush), Purchase 1967 67.272a,b

166. Shoe or knee buckles, Made by Daniel Dupuy, Philadelphia, ca. 1770, Silver, steel, 1 5/8”L, 1 1/8”W, Gift of Mrs. Neale Hamilton, 1967 67.152a,b

167. Shoe or knee buckles, Unknown maker, Colonial or Federal America, Silver, Steel, 1 7/8”L, 1 3/8”W, Gift of Mrs. Neale Hamilton, 1967 67.153a,b

170. Presentation bowl, Gerardus Boyce, New York City, ca. 1849, Silver, 3.5”H, 6.5”Di, Bequest of Helene Perry Griffin, 1968 68.202

171. Shallow presentation dish, Garrett Eoff, New York City, ca. 1837, Silver, 6.75”Di, Bequest of Helene Perry Griffin, 1968 68.203

172. Pocket watch, American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1875-1900, Retailed by J. Kendall Smith, Newark, Silver, Gift of John H. Lucas, 1968 68.227



175. Pair teaspoons, I. Garrison, United States, ca. 1823, Silver, 6.25”L, Gift of Mrs. C. E. Bandman, 1969 69.142a,b

176. Bowl in the art nouveau style, with a design of orchids, Made by Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 7.5”Di, Purchase 1969 Mrs. Parker O. Griffith Bequest Fund 69.186

178. Presentation child’s mug, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1882, Silver, 3.5”H, Bequest of Claudine Elise Osborne, 1970 70.68

180. Presentation mug, Made by Baldwin & Co., Newark, 1850-60, Silver, 5 5/8”H, Purchase 1971 Alice W. Kendall Bequest Fund 71.53

181. Compote or tazza, Made by Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1890-1900, Electroplated silver, 8 5/8”Di, 3 1/8”H, Gift of the Estate of Julian Clarence Levi 1972 72.111

183. Pair of tablespoons in the “Versailles” pattern, Made by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1890, Silver, Gift of the Estate of Julian Clarence Levi, 1972 72.116a,b

188. Tea and coffee service, Made by Reed & Barton, Taunton, Massachusetts, ca. 1880
Electroplated base metal, 9 3/8”H (coffee); 7 3/8”H (teapot); 5 3/8”H (sugar bowl); 4.5”H (creamer); 6 1/8”H (waste); 4.5”H (spooner), Gift of the Estate of Julian Clarence Levi, 1972 72.134a-h

189. Souvenir spoon showing skyline of Newark buildings, Watson and Newell Company, 1916, Silver, 6”L, Gift of George R. Frost, 1972 72.370

191. Pair of tablespoons, William G. Forbes, New York City, ca. 1800, Silver, 8.75”L, Gift of Mrs. William Y. Dear in memory of Leonard Dreyfuss, 1973 73.412a,b

192. Footed bonbon dish in the rococo style with pierced rim, Made by Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 3 7/8”H, 7”H, Purchase 1973 Anonymous Fund 73.413



193. Souvenir spoon of the Ford Mansion, Morristown, New Jersey, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1892, Silver, 4 3/8”L, Purchase 1973 Anonymous Fund 73.414

194. Six butter knives in the “Duchess” pattern, Whiting Manufacturing Company, New York City, ca. 1907, Silver, 5.75”L, Purchase 1973 Anonymous Fund 73.415a-f

195. Souvenir spoon of the Newark 250th Anniversary celebration, Unknown maker, United States, 1916, Electroplated base metal, 5.75”L, Purchase 1973 Frederick P. Field Bequest Fund 73.416

197. Sugar tongs in the “Baronial” pattern, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1900, Silver, 4.75”L, Gift of Robert M. Krementz, 1973 73.419

200. Partial dinner service in neoclassical style, Whiting Manufacturing Company, New York City, ca. 1914, Silver, various dimensions from 5 1/8”L (boullion spoon) to 14.5” (carving knife), Gift of Miss Margaret Kinnane, 1973 73.422a-k

201. Sugar spoon in the “Lily” pattern, Whiting Manufacturing Company, New York City, ca. 1904, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Miss Margaret Kinnane, 1973 73.424

202. Six teaspoons in the “Rouen” pattern, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1910, Silver, 5.5”L, Gift of Miss Margaret Kinnane, 19973 73.428a-f

203. Six tablespoons, Alvan Wilcox, Newark, 1812-25, Silver, 9.5”L, Purchase 1974 Mathilde Oestrich Bequest Fund 74.144a-f

204. Tablespoon, Abraham Voorhees, New Brunswick, Silver, 7 3/8”L, Purchase 1974 Mathilde Oestrich Bequest Fund 74.145

205. Five teaspoons, Downing & Phelps, Newark, 1812-24, Silver, 6”L, Purchase 1974 Mathilde Oestrich Bequest Fund 74.146a-e



208. Three teaspoons, Unknown maker, New York City, ca. 1850, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Mrs. Edward Moffett, 1974 74.195a-c

209. Four teaspoons, Henry Evans, Newark, ca. 1820, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Mrs. Edward Moffett, 1974 74.196a-d

210. Four teaspoons, Gerardus Boyce, New York City, ca. 1820, Silver, 6.25”L, Gift of Mrs. Edward Moffett, 1974 74.197a-d

212. Fork, Gerardus Boyce, New York City, ca. 1820, Silver, 6 7/8”L, Gift of Mrs. Edward Moffett, 1974 74.209

213. Comb, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, tortoiseshell, 4 7/8”L, 7/8”W, Gift of Jewel Zelder, 1974 74.284

214. Mustache comb, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, ivory, 6”L, Gift of Jewel Zelder, 1974 74.285

215. Pair of tablespoons, Charles Carey Rumsey, Salem County, New Jersey, 1820-30, Silver, 9.25”L, Purchase 1975 Thomas L. Raymond Bequest Fund 75.155a,b

216. Lobed bonbon dish, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 3”H, 7.25”L, 5 1/8”W, Purchase 1975 Carrie B. F. Fuld Bequest Fund 75.245

217. Creamer and sugar basket in neo-Colonial style, Made by Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 5.5”OH, 6 1/8”Di (basket); 3”H, 4.5”W, 2.75”D (creamer), Purchase 1975 Carrie B. F. Fuld Bequest Fund 75.246

218. Traveling soap box in “Love’s Dream” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900-1910, Silver, 3.5”H, 2.5”W, 2”D, Purchase 1975 Carrie B. F. Fuld Bequest Fund 75.247



219. Bon-bon basket, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900-1910, Silver, 4.5”H, 4”L, 3”D, Purchase 1975 Carrie B. F. Fuld Bequest Fund 75.248

220. Collection of thirty-one souvenir spoons, Various makers, United States, Silver and silver plate, 4”L to 6”L, Gift of Mrs. Charles G. Lord, 1975 75.268-75.298

222. Seafood salad servers in the “Labors of Cupid” pattern, Dominick & Haff, New York City, 1902, Silver, gilding, 9.5”L, Gift of Mrs. Robert Bumsted Jarvis 1976 76.339

223. Small presentation pitcher, Davis Palmer, Boston, Massachusetts, 1846, Silver, 7 5/8”H, 4 1/8”W, Purchase 1976 Robert O. Driver Endowment Fund 76.345

224. Souvenir spoon of Newark’s 250th anniversary, R. Wallace and Sons Mfg. Co., Wallingford, Connecticut, 1916, Electroplated base metal, SIZE SOURCE 1976 76.346

226. Ladle, Laurence Lupp, New Brunswick, New Jersey, ca. 1804, Silver, 13.75”L, 3 3/8”W, Gift of Dr. Julia Sabine, 1977 77.114

228. Pair of teaspoons, Tunis DuBois, New York City, ca. 1800, Silver, 5.25”L, Gift of Dr. Julia Sabine, 1977 77.116a,b

229. Sugar tongs, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, 1800-1830, Silver, 6 7/8”L, 2.5”W, Gift of Dr. Julia Sabine, 1977 77.117

 

230. Pair of teaspoons, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, 1800-30, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Dr. Julia Sabine, 1977 77.118a,b

 

231. Four-piece coffee set in the Art Nouveau style, Designed by Philemon Dickinson for Unger Brothers, Newark, 1904-1910, Silver, 9.5”H, 6”W (coffee pot); 10 1/8”L, 9.75”W (tray); 3 5/8”H, 3 1/8”W (sugar bowl); 4 1/8”H, 3”W (creamer), Purchase 1977 Louis Bamberger Bequest Fund 77.119a-e



232. Compote in the rococo style, Made by Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, ca. 1900, Silver, 3 1/8”H, 9.25”Di, Gift of Constance B. Benson, 1977 77.129

233. Water pitcher, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, 7 5/8”H, 7.5”W, Gift of Constance B. Benson, 1977 77.130

234. Coffee set in the modern style, Made by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen (for the American market), 1945-1951, Silver, ebony, ivory, Purchase 1978, Sophronia Anderson Bequest Fund 78.123a-e

239. Five-piece coffee and tea set in the “rose” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, NJ, 1905-1910, Silver, ivory, 7.5”H, 8.5”L (coffeepot); 5.5”H, 8.75”L (teapot); 4.25”H, 4.75”L (creamer); 4 7/8”H, 6.5”L (sugar bowl); 3.25”H, 4.5”L (waste bowl), Purchase 1980 The Members’ Fund 80.90a-f

240. Dresser brush, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, wood, bristles, 4 3/8”L, 1.5”W, Purchase 1980 Mrs. John R. Hardin Memorial Fund 80.259

241. Three teaspoons in the “Springfield” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 6”L, Purchase 1980 Mrs. John R. Hardin Memorial Fund 80.261a-c

246. Soup ladle, Benjamin Mayo, Newark, 1870-80, Electroplated base metal, 13.5”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.51

247. Tablespoon, Squire & Brother, New York, ca. 1846, Silver, 8.25”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.52

248. Tablespoon, C. C. Coleman, Burlington, New Jersey, ca. 1835, Silver, 8 7/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.53

249. Pair of tablespoons, George Ames & Brothers, Massachusetts, ca. 1835, Silver, 8 3/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.54a,b



250. Pair of tablespoons, Benjamin Cleveland, Newark, ca. 1800, Silver, 8 11/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.55a,b

251. Set of six tablespoons, Abraham Voorhees, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1830-40, Silver, 8 11/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.56a-f

252. Set of three tablespoons, Butler McCarty & Co., Philadelphia, ca. 1850, Silver, 8 11/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.57a-c

253. Tablespoon, Hood & Toby, Albany, New York, 1848-49, Silver, 8 3/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.58

254. Tablespoon, Brindsmaid & Brothers, Burlington, Vermont, ca. 1830, Silver, 7 7/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.59

255. Dessert spoon, Benjamin Dexter, New Bedford, Massachusetts, ca. 1840, Silver, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.60

256. Dessert spoon, Jones, Lows & Ball, Boston, 1839-50, Silver, 7 5/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.61

257. Dessert spoon, Bigelow Brothers & Kennard, Boston, ca. 1845, Silver, 7.25”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.62

258. Pair dessert spoons, Baldwin & Co., Newark, 1840-50, Silver, 7 3/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.63a,b

259. Six teaspooons, Richard Smith, Newark, 1850-60, Silver, 6 1/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.64a-e



260. Six teaspoons, Carleton & Kimball, United States, ca. 1820, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.65a-f

262. Three teaspoons, P. Fries, Philadelphia, ca. 1835, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.67-c

263. Teaspoon, Gale, Wood & Hughes, New York City, 1833-44, Silver, 6 1/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.68

264. Four teaspoons, Gavin Spence, Newark, ca. 1850, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.69a-d

265. Pair teaspoons, Stephen Baker & Son, New York City, ca. 1830, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.70a,b

266. Pair teaspoons, A. H. Miller & Brothers, Chicago, 1854-60, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.71a,b

268. Teaspoon, F. Lockwood, New York City, 1828-45, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.73

269. Teaspoon, S. Meyers, Schenectady, New York, 1860-67, Silver, 6.25”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.74

270. Teaspoon, William Gale & Son, New York City, 1852, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.75

271. Teaspoon, Newell Harding, Boston, ca. 1830, Silver, 5 9/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.76



272. Teaspoon, James Titus, Philadelphia, ca. 1833, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.77

273. Teaspoon, Joseph Burritt & Son, Ithaca, New York, 1838-45, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.78

274. Teaspoon, Tobias Lander, Newburgh, New York, ca. 1843, Silver, 6.25”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.79

275. Teaspoon, George Gordon, Newburgh, New York, ca. 1830-40, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.80

276. Teaspoon, Samuel Baker, New Brunswick, NJ, ca. 182, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.81

277. Teaspoon, Richard Smith, Newark, 1854-60, Silver, 6”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.82

278. Teaspoon, William Wilson White, New York City, 1826-50, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.83

279. Teaspoon, Noah Stoddard, New York City, ca. 1830, Silver, 6 3/8”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.84

 

280. Teaspoon, Hall & Elton, Geneva, New York, ca. 1841, Silver, 6 1/16”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.85

 

281. Pair of salt shovels, C. C. Coleman, Burlington, New Jersey, ca. 1835, Silver, 4”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.86a,b



282. Fork, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, RI, ca. 1900, Silver, 7”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.87

283. Fork, S. T. Crosby, Boston, Massachusetts, 1850-60, Silver, 7”L, Gift of Iris and Seymour Schwartz, 1981 81.88

290. Compote in the Post-Modern style, Harold Rogovin, Califon, NJ, 1982, Silver, 4.5”H, 6”Di, Purchase 1983 Franklin Conklin, Jr. Bequest Fund 83.51

* 291. Flatware service for six in the "King" pattern, Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1880-1890, Electroplated base metal, 10.5” to 4.75”L, Owned by Thomas Shaw of Newark, who ran Tiffany's Newark plating factory, Purchase 1983 The Members' Fund 83.18-22

299. Hexagonal dish, Tiffany & Co., Newark, 1982, Silver, 6 1/8”Di, Gift of Tiffany & Co., 1983 83.150

300. Sugar basin with snake handles and swan finial, Joseph Lownes, Philadelphia, 1810-20, Silver, 6.5”H, 7 7/8”L, 4.75”D, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Dear Jr., 1983 83.163a,b

303. Souvenir spoon of Asbury Park, New Jersey, Watson, Newell and Company, Attleboro, Massachusetts, ca. 1900, Silver, 4”L, Gift of Ulysses G. Dietz, 1984 84.4

305. Dental floss box, Davis and Galt, Philadelphia, 1890-1910, Silver, 1 5/8”H, 1 1/8”Di, Gift of Mrs. Samuel L. Crossing Jr., 1984 84.56a-c

309. Hair receiver and powder jar, LaPierre Silversmiths, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, glass, 3.25”H, 4.5”Di, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Dear Jr., 1983 83.171, 83.172

313. Cigarette box with carved Chinese finial, John Chattelier, Newark, 1925-30, Silver, jade, wood, 2.5”H, 5 7/8”L, 3.5”D, Purchase 1984 Louis Bamberger Bequest Fund 84.337



318. Baby cup, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1901, Silver, 2.5”H, 3.75”W, 2 5/8”Di, Donor was a great-niece of Eugene Unger, Gift of Mrs. Pauline Worthington Hagney Blessin, 1985 85.275

330. Sugar tongs, scissor type, Unknown maker, Colonial America, 1750-85, Silver, 4 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.130

331. Sugar tongs, scissor type, Unknown maker, Colonial America, 1750-75, Silver, 4 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.131

332. Sugar tongs, Unknown maker, Colonial America, 1770-80, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.132

333. Sugar tongs, Thomas Arnold, Newport, Rhode Island, 1770-85, Silver, 5.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.133

335. Sugar tongs, Unknown maker, Colonial America or early United States, 1770-85, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.135

336. Sugar tongs, Luther Bradley, New Haven, Connecticut, 1785-90, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.136

337. Sugar tongs, John Fitch, Trenton, New Jersey, 1770-80, Silver, 5.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.137

338. Sugar tongs, Isaac Beach, New Milford, Connecticut, 1785-90, Silver, 6 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.138

340. Sugar tongs, Joseph and Nathaniel Richardson, Philadelphia, 1780-90, Silver, 5 3/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.140



341. Sugar tongs, John Myers, Philadelphia, ca. 1790, Silver, 5.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.141

342. Sugar tongs, John Myers, Philadelphia, ca. 1790, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.142

 

343. Sugar tongs, Ephraim Brasher, New York City, ca. 1790, Silver, 7 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.143

344. Sugar tongs, John Burger, New York City, ca. 1795, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.144

345. Sugar tongs, Anthony Simmons, Philadelphia, 1790-1800, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.145

346. Sugar tongs, Samuel Alexander, Philadelphia, 1790-1800, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.146

347. Sugar tongs, Robert Evans, Boston, 1800-180, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.147

348. Sugar tongs, Benjamin Halsted, New York City, 1790-95, Silver, 5.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.148

349. Sugar tongs, Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York, 1790-1800, Silver, 6”L,The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.149

350. Sugar tongs, Samuel Bowne, New York City, 1790-1800, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.150

 



351. Sugar tongs, Thaddeus Keeler, New York City, 1805-13, Silver, 7 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.151

352. Sugar tongs, David Hall, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1795-1800, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.152

353. Sugar tongs, William A. Williams, Alexandria, Virginia, 1810-1820, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.153

354. Sugar tongs, Unknown maker, United States, 1780-1800, Silver, 5.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.154

355. Sugar tongs, Standish Barry, Baltimore, Maryland, 1785-90, Silver, 6 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.155

356. Sugar tongs, William Ball, Baltimore, Maryland, 1785-1800, Silver,5.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.156

357. Sugar tongs, Unknown maker’s mark, United States, ca. 1800, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.157

358. Sugar tongs, Unknown maker, “I.M.,” United States, 1785-1810, Silver, 5.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.158

359. Sugar tongs, Bernard Wenman, New York City, 1790-1800, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.159

360. Sugar tongs, Nathaniel Coleman, Burlington, New Jersey, 1790-1800, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.160



361. Sugar tongs, Daniel Van Voorhis, Princeton, or David Vinton, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1790, Silver, 5.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.161

362. Sugar tongs, Joseph Richardson, Jr., Philadelphia, 1790-1800, Silver, 6.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.162

363. Sugar tongs, Aimé and Charles Brandt, Philadelphia, 1800-1814, Silver, 5.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.163

364. Sugar tongs, Nehemiah Bassett, Albany, New York, 1800-1810, Silver, 7”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.164

365. Sugar tongs, John Vernon, New York City, 1790-1800, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.165

366. Sugar tongs, Marcus Merriman, New Haven, Connecticut, 1790-1810, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.166

367. Sugar tongs, J. Merick, United States, 1800-1810, Silver, 5 3/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.167

368. Sugar tongs, Christian Wiltberger, Philadelphia, 1800-1810, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.168

369. Sugar tongs, Eoff & Howell, New York City, 1805-07, Silver, 6 3/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.169

370. Sugar tongs, William Roe, Kingston or Troy, New York, 1800-1805, Silver, 6.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.170



371. Sugar tongs, Nathaniel Francis, New York City, 1804-27, Silver, 6.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.171

372. Sugar tongs, Joseph Lownes, Philadelphia, ca. 1811, Silver, 6.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.172

373. Sugar tongs, Robert Wilson, New York City or Philadelphia, 1810-15, Silver, 6 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.173

374. Sugar tongs, M. Moses, United States, ca. 1810, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.174

375. Sugar tongs, Hyde & Nevins, New York City, 1812-20, Silver, 6.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.175

376. Sugar tongs, Nehemiah Bassett, Albany, New York, 1810-20, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.176

377. Sugar tongs, George Carleton, New York City, 1810-20, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.177

378. Sugar tongs, Claudius Chot, Philadelphia, 1795-1800, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.178

379. Sugar tongs, Ebenezer Moulton, Boston, 1790-1810, Silver, 6 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.179

380. Sugar tongs, Louis Fourniquet, New York City, ca. 1800, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.180



381. Sugar tongs, Joseph or John Denise, New York City, 1790-1800, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.181

382. Sugar tongs, William Smith Pelletreau, Southampton, New York, ca. 1815, Silver, 6.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.182

383. Sugar tongs, J. D. Miller, United States, 1800-1815, Silver, 5.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.183

384. Sugar tongs, John Erwin, Baltimore, 1810-20, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.184

385. Sugar tongs, Unidentified maker, “H&P,” United States, 1805-15, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.185

386. Sugar tongs, Joseph S. Porter, Utica, New York, 1809-1825, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.186

387. Sugar tongs, Unidentified maker, United States, 1810-15, Silver, 6 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.187

388. Sugar tongs, Ezekiel Burr, Providence, Rhode Island, 1810-19, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.188

389. Sugar tongs, Wolcott & Gelston, Boston, 1820-30, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.189

390. Sugar tongs, Samuel White, New York City, 1820-30, Silver, 6 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.190



391. Sugar tongs, Joseph Shoemaker, Philadelphia, 1815-29, Silver, 6.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.191

392. Sugar tongs, Stebbins & Howe, New York City, 1827-34, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.192

393. Sugar tongs, Maltby Pelletreau or Matthew Pettit, New York City, 1815-25, Silver, 6 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.193

394. Sugar tongs, Boyce & Jones, New York City, 1825-28, Silver, 6.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.194

395. Sugar tongs, Henry B. Myer, Buffalo or Newburgh, New York, 1825-35, Silver, 6 3/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.195

396. Sugar tongs, Chaudron & Rasch, Philadelphia, 1809-12, Silver, 6 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.196

397. Sugar tongs, Emmet T. Pell, New York City, 1820-30, Silver, 6.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.197

398. Sugar tongs, P. L. Taylor, Brooklyn, New York, 1820-30, Silver, 6 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.198

399. Sugar tongs, William Gale, New York City, 1816-21, Silver, 6.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.199

400. Sugar tongs, Newell Harding & Company, Boston, 1826-50, Silver, 5.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.200



401. Sugar tongs, John C. Farr & Company, Philadelphia, 1837-42, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.201

402. Sugar tongs, Peter P. Hayes, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1826-42, Silver, 6.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.202

403. Sugar tongs, Guy Loomis & Company, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1837-47, Silver, 6 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.203

404. Sugar tongs, Garrett Eoff, New York City, 1830-40, Silver, 5.5”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.204

405. Sugar tongs, George C. Howe & Company, New York City, 1837-42, Silver, 6 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.205

406. Sugar tongs, Andrew Willis, Boston, 1830-45, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.206

407. Sugar tongs, John Curry, Philadelphia, 1830-40, Silver, 7”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.207

408. Sugar tongs, James Peters & Company, Philadelphia, 1840-50, Silver, 7”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.208

409. Sugar tongs, Fletcher & Bennett, Philadelphia, 1837-39, Silver, 5.25”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.209

410. Patent sugar tongs, George Sharp, Philadelphia, ca. 1862, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.210



411. Sugar tongs in the “Olive” pattern, Possibly John C. Moore for J. & I. Cox retailers, New York City, ca. 1850, Silver, 5 7/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.211

412. Cold meat tongs in the Neo-Grec style, Krider & Biddle, Philadelphia, 1868-1873
Silver, 5 5/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.212

413. Sugar tongs, scissor type, John Germon, Philadelphia, 1782-90, Silver, 4.75”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.213

414. Sugar tongs, L. Scott, United States, 1825-35, Silver, 6”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.214

415. Sugar tongs, Unidentified maker, “B.E.” Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1790-1800, Silver, 5 1/8”L, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.215

416. Sugar tongs, Unidentified maker, “W.N.” United States, 1780-1800, Silver, The Francis M. Rosenfeld Collection Gift of his daughter, Ann Harris 1988 88.216

424. Card case and powder box, William B. Kerr Company, 1910-20, Silver, gold, 3 7/8”H, 2.75”W, 5/8”D (case); 15.75”OL (with chain and box), Gift of Mrs. Clifford Gould, 1990 90.236

430. Girdle (belt) in the art nouveau style, Made by William B. Kerr Co., Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, 25”L, 2 7/8”W, Purchase 1991, Carrie B.F. Fuld Bequest Fund 91.61

434. Charm bracelet, Designed by Michael Graves, Made by the Belvedere Studio, Dallas, TX, 1992, Silver, 7.5”L, Purchase 1992 Henry Puder Bequest Fund 92.74

442. Brooch showing Cleopatra, Made by the William Link Company, Newark, ca. 1902, Silver, 2 1/8”H, 2 1/8”W, ½”D, Gift of Gary N. Berger and Ulysses Grant Dietz, 1993 93.177



443. Pair of cuff buttons in the art nouveau style, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 7/8”H, ½”W, 7/8”D, Purchase 1993 Millicent Fenwick Fund 93.180a,b

449. Flatware service for six in variation of “Reine des fleurs” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1905-1910, Silver, Gift of Virginia Boocheever, 1994 94.66a-w

453. Sculptural belt, Made by Vita Jaspan, Teaneck, NJ, 1970-75, Silver, 28”L, 3”W, Gift of Dr. Melvin G. Jaspan in memory of Vita Jaspan, 1994 94.139

454. Place-setting of flatware in the “English shell” pattern, Lunt Silversmiths, Greenfield, MA, 1946, Silver, Gift of Verdenal Hoag Johnson, 1994 94.140a-g

461. Presentation compact, Thomae Company, North Attleboro, Massachusetts, ca. 1954, Silver, gold, rubies, 0.5”H, 2 7/8”W, 2 7/8”D, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1995 95.48.1

462. Sugar spoon in the “Castillian” pattern, Tiffany & Co., Newark, ca. 1930, Silver, 5.75”L, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1995 95.48.2

463. Pair of teaspoons, Steiff Silver, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1930, Silver, 5.5”L, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1995 95.48.3a,b

464. Teaspoon in the “Virginiana” pattern, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, RI, ca. 1904, Silver, 5 7/8”L, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1995 95.48.4

 

465. Presentation teaspoon, H. H. Curtis Company, North Attleboro, MA, 1902, Silver, 5 5/8”L, Gift of Mildred Baker, 1995 95.48.5

468. Match safe or vesta case with figural design, Made by Wm. B. Kerr Co., Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, 2.75”H, 2 8/8”W, ¾”D, Purchase 1995, Charles Edison Bequest Fund 95.103



471. Buckle, Pryor Manufacturing Company, Newark, ca. 1900, Silver, 2 5/8”H, 3.5”W, Gift of Janet and Ricardo Zapata, 1996 96.50

472. Place setting of flatware in the “Narcissus” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, 1904-10, Silver, steel, 9 7/8”L (knife); 5.75”L (teaspoon), Gift of Drucker Antiques, 1996 96.59a-f

473. Set of six engraved butter pats, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1881, Silver, ¼”H, 3.25”Di, Purchase 1996 John C. Williams Bequest Fund 96.92a-f

475. Commemorative medallion for World War I, Made by Holt & Co., Newark, ca. 1918, Silver, 2”H, 1”W, Gift of Nancy Cooper in memory of her brother, James A. Cooper, Jr., 1997 97.34 .2

479. Bangle bracelet with lions’ heads, Made by Unger Brothers, Newark, 1900-1910, Silver, red stones. 3”W,3.5”L, 1”D, Purchase 1997 Membership Endowment Fund 97.80.2

481. Inkwell with applied blossoms, LaPierre Manufacturing Company, Newark, 1900-1910, Copper, silver, glass, 4.25”H, 4”Di, Purchase 1998 Membership Endowment Fund 98.40.1a,b

486. Silent butler (ash receiver), Trinac Silversmiths, for Georg Jensen USA, New York City, 1946, Silver, rosewood, Gift of the Vivienne and Stanley H. Katz Fund, 1998 98.48.3

488. Electroplated butter dish, Meriden Britannia Works, Meriden, CT, ca. 1880, Electro-plated base metal, glass, Gift of the Vivienne and Stanley H. Katz Fund, 1998 98.48.6a,b

496. Creamer, Daniel Van Voorhis and Garrett Schank, New York City, ca. 1790, Silver, 7 5/8”H, 4.25”W, 2.5”D, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.5

497. Teapot, John Sayre, Southampton, New York, ca. 1800, Silver, 7.25”H, 11.75”L, 4 1/8”D, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.6



498. Colonial revival bowl (after a colonial piece at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), George Christian Gebelein, Boston, 1940, Silver, 4 7/8”H, 9 7/8”Di, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.7

499. Salt dish, William Thomson, New York City, 1805-25, Silver, 3 1/8”H, 3.5”Di, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.8

500. Neo-grec style fruit bowl, William Gale, Jr., New York City, ca. 1868, Silver, 6”H, 7.5”W, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.9

501. Modern “colonial” fruit bowl, Tiffany & Co., Newark, NJ, 1920-1930, Silver, 4.5”H, 9 1/8”Di, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.10

502. Sugar urn and lid, Unknown maker, New York City, ca. 1790, Silver, 10.5”H, 4 3/8”Di, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.14a,b

503. Mug or cann, Unknown maker, Colonial America, probably New York City, ca. 1780, Silver, 5.5”H, 5.25”W, 3.75”D, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.15

504. Waste bowl, Unknown maker, Philadelphia or New York City, ca. 1790, Silver, 5”H, 6.5”Di, Gift of Elizabeth H. Burrows, 1999 99.5.16

506. Soup spoon in the “Catlin” pattern designed for William Randoph Hearst, Charles Grosjean design for Tiffany & Co., New York City, ca. 1884, Silver, gilding, 8.75”L, Purchase 1999 Louis Bamberger Bequest Fund 99.19

509. Cucumber server in the “Douvaine” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 6.75”L, 2.5”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.1

510. Sandwich tongs in the “Douvaine” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 4.75”L, 2”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.2



511. Butter pick in the “Douvaine” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 6.75”L, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.3

512. Sugar spoon in the “Douvaine” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, with original presentation box from Unger Brothers, 5 5/8”L, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.4

513. Napkin ring with image of a woman with swirling hair, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 1 5/8”Di, 1.75”H, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.5

514. Watch fob in the art nouveau style, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 5.5”L, 1 1/8”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.6

515. Luggage tag in the “Love’s Dream” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 1 7/8”W, 1 3/8”H, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.7

516. Tape measure with silver case in the art nouveau style, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 1.5”W, 5/8”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.8

518. Art nouveau brooch of Diana, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 1.75”Di, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.10

520. Pen tray in the “Evangeline” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 9.75”L, 4”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.12

521. Check protector in the “Indian Chief” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, steel, 2 5/16”H, 1 1/16”W, 7/8”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.13

523. Bonbon bowl with “Siren” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 1.25”H, 4 7/8”Di, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.15



524. Berry bowl in “Tulip” pattern, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 10.25”Di, 3 1/8”H, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.16

526. Sculptural wax seal in the form of a woman, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 4 5/8”H, 1.5”W, ¾”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.18

528. Lorgnette with the design of an iris, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, gilding, 4 7/8”H, 1 3 /16”W, ½”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.20

529. Lorgnette with the design of a woman with swirling hair, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, gilding, 4 ¾”, 1 1/8”W, 7/8”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.21

530. Cigar case with image of a woman smoking, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 5”H, 3 1/8”W, 7/8”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.22

531. Cigarette case with image of a woman smoking, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 2.5”H, 2.5”W, ½”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.23

532. Match safe or vesta case with image of a woman smoking (variant), Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 2 3/16”H, 1.5”W, ½”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.24

533. Vinaigrette in the Renaissance style, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 3 1/8”H, 1.5”W, ¾”D, 3 .75”OH (with chain), The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.25

534. Chatelaine clip with chains of baroque design, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 2 1/8”H, 3 7/8”W, ¾”D, 7 1/8”OH (with chains), The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.26

535. Card case in art nouveau style, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 3 1/8”H, 2 3/8”W, 11”OH (with chain), The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.27



536. Brooch of woman with swirling hair, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 2.25”H, 2.5”W, ¾”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.28

537. Small brooch of woman with swirling hair, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 1 3/8”H, 1.5”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.29

538. Brooch of a woman with swirling hair, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 1 5/16”H, 1 5/8”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.30

539. Brooch of a woman with swirling hair, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 1”H, 1.25”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.31

540. Locket with a design of cupids, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, gilding, 2 5/8”H, 2 1/8”W, 5/8”D, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.32

541. Brooch in the form of a woman with lilies, William B. Kerr Company, Newark, 1900-10, Silver, 2 5/8”H, 1.75”W, The Gladys and Robert Koch Collection, gift of Gladys and Robert Koch, 1999 99.39.33

543. Letter opener with figure of a dog, Herbst & Wassall, Newark, 1904-1914, Silver, 1.75”H, 11”L, 1 5/8”W, Purchase 1999 Eva Walter Kahn Bequest Fund 99.59

547. Four spoons and four forks, Henry C. Priest, Newark, ca. 1860, Silver, 6”L (spoon); 7”L (fork), Gift of Suzy McLennan Anderson, 2000 2000.18a-h

554. Souvenir spoon of New Jersey, Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, ca. 1900, Silver, 5”L, Gift of Mrs. Rupert O. Zimmer, 2001 2001.16

559. Ashtray in the form of an Indian Chief’s head, Unger Brothers, Newark, ca. 1904, Silver, 4.25”Di, ¼”H, Gift of Julia Grant Dietz, 2001 2001.49



567. Pendant noisemaker for Purim, Ita Aber, Riverdale, New York, 2000, Silver, patination, 8”H, 4”W, ½”D, 21”L (with chain), Gift of Joshua Aber, 2002 2002.53.2

572. Brooch in the form of an anthemion, Alfred Philippe design for Trifari (Trifari,, Krussman & Fishel), New York City, 1945-48 Silver, glass stones, 1 5/8”H, 1 7/8”W, 3/8”D, Gift of Ulysses G. Dietz and Gary N. Berger, 2003 2003.21.1

573. Brooch in the form of a bird of paradise, Alfred Philippe design for Trifari (Trifari,, Krussman & Fishel), New York City, 1945-48 Silver, gilding, glass stones, 3”H, 2”W, ½”D, Gift of Ulysses G. Dietz and Gary N. Berger, 2003 2003.21.2

574. Brooch in form of a spray of flowers, Coro-Craft (Cohn and Rosenberger), New York City, 1945-48, Silver, gilding, glass stones, 3 3/8”H, 2 1/8”W, 5/8”D, Gift of Ulysses G. Dietz and Gary N. Berger, 2003 2003.21.3

575. Compact and lipstick, Alsopp-Steller, Newark, for Cartier, New York City, 1945-55, Silver, gold, rubies, 2 7/8”H, 2.75”W, ½”D (compact); 2”H, 11/16”Di (lipstick), Gift of Professor William C. Shopsin in Memory of Dorothy F. Shopsin, 2003 2003.25.1,2

576. Cigarette case, R. Blackinton & Co., N. Attleboro, Massachusetts, for Cartier, New York City, 1945-55 Silver, 3.5”H, 3 3/8”W, ¼”D, Gift of Professor William C. Shopsin in Memory of Dorothy F. Shopsin, 2003 2003.25.3

578. Serving slice in the “Homeric” pattern, Wood & Hughes, New York City, 1870-80, Silver, gilding, 9 1/8”L, 2.5”W, Gift of David A. Hanks in Memory of Elizabeth Dixon Hanks, 2003 2003.57.2

585. Pair of bottle coasters, F. Walter Lawrence design, New York City, for Lebkeucher & Co., Newark, ca. 1910, Silver, Gift of Janet and Ricardo Zapata, 2004 2004.30a,b

586. Group of novelty patent jewelry made from coins, William Malliet design, Hackensack, New Jersey, for unknown maker(s), ca. 1904, Silver, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alpers, 2004 2004.56.1-13

588. Tie clasp with image of nude woman, Unger Brothers, Newark, New Jersesy, 1900-10, Silver, garnet, ½”H, 7/16”L, 3/16”D, Gift of Robert Koch in Memory of Gladys L. Koch, 2005 TR33.2003

589. Lorgnette in the art nouveau style, Unger Brothers, Newark, New Jersey, 1900-10, Silver, glass, steel, 4.75”H, 1 3/8”W, ¾”D, Gift of Robert Koch in Memory of Gladys L. Koch, 2005 TR33.2003

590. Dresser set of eight pieces in the “Secret des Fleurs” pattern (hand mirror, hairbrush, comb, clothes brush, paper knife, nail file, corn knife, cuticle knife), Unger Brothers, Newark, New Jersey, 1900-10, Silver and other materials, 12”H, 6.25”W, 1”D (mirror), Gift of Robert Koch in Memory of Gladys L. Koch, 2005 TR33.2003

591. Bread tray in the art nouveau style, Unger Brothers, Newark, New Jersey, 1900-1910, Silver, 1.5”H, 13”L, 8.5”W, Gift of Robert Koch in memory of Gladys L. Koch, 2005 TR33.2003

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