Lot 94
  • 94

An Assortment of Various Pewter Items, American, 18th and 19th centuries

Estimate
10,000 - 20,000 USD
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Description

  • pewter
Please note, this lot will be offered without a reserve

Group is composed of a Pewter Porringer, Samuel Hamlin (1774-1864), Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1801-56, length 7 7/8 in., Pewter Porringer, Thomas Danforth III (1756-1840), Stepney, Connecticut and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1777-1818, length 6 1/4 in., Pewter Porringer, Gershom Jones (1751-1809), Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1774-1809, length 8 in., Pewter Porringer, William Billings (1768-1813), Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1768-1813, length 7 1/2 in., Pewter Porringer, Richard Lee Sr. (1747-1823), Grafton, New Hampshire, Ashfield, Massachusetts, Lanesborough, Massachusetts and Springfield, Vermont, circa 1788-1820, length 5 1/8 in., Pewter Porringer, Samuel Danforth (1774-1816), Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1795-1816, length 5 in., Pewter Nursing Bottle, Thomas D. & Sherman Boardman and Lucius Hart, New York, circa 1828-53, height 6 1/4 in., Pewter Teapot, Samuel Danforth (1774-1816), Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1795-1816, height 8 1/2 in., Pewter Basin, Parks Boyd (1772-1819), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa (1795-1819), diameter 9 in.,  Pewter Hot-Water Plate, John Thomas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1840, diameter 9 5/8 in., Pewter Basin, Richard Austin (1764-1817), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1793-1807, diameter 8 in., Pewter Bowl, Richard Lee Sr. (1747-1823), Grafton, New Hampshire, Ashfield, Massachusetts, Lanesborough, Massachusetts and Springfield, Vermont, circa 1788-1820, diameter 5 7/8 in., Small Pewter Plate, Benjamin Harbeson (ca. 1763-1824) and Jospeh Harbeson (1770-1822), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1793-1803, dia. 5 7/8 in., Small Pewter Plate, Samuel Pierce (1767-1840), Greenfield, Massachusetts, circa 1792-1830, dia. 6 1/8 in., Small Pewter Plate, Blakeslee Barns (1781-1823), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1812-1817, dia. 6 1/8 in., Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Danforth II (1732-1782), Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1755-1782, dia. 13 1/4 in., Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Danforth Boardman (1784-1873), Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1804-1820, dia, 11 in., Pewter Deep Dish, Ashbil Griswold (1784-1853), Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1807-1835, dia. 13 in., Pewter Deep Dish, unknown maker, dia. 14 7/8 in., Pewter Dish, David Melville (1755-1793), Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1776-1793, dia. 14 in., Pewter Dish, William Ellsworth (1746-1816), New York, circa 1767-1798, dia. 13 1/8 in., Pewter Deep Dish, James Porter, Connecticut, circa 1800, dia. 13 1/8 in., Pewter Deep Dish, marked APPLEBEE, late 18th or early 19th century, dia. 14 ¾ in., Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Danforth Boardman (1784-1873), Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1804-1860, dia. 11 in., Pewter Dish, John and Daniel Hinsdale, Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1815, dia. 8 5/8 in., Pewter Dish, Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1825, dia. 8 ½ in., Very Fine Pewter Plate, David Melville (1755-1793), Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1776-1793, dia. 8 1/8 in., Pewter Plate, William Kirby, New York, circa 1760-1793, dia. 8 1/8 in., Pewter Dish, Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1840, dia. 8 ½ in., Pewter Plate, Amos Treadway, Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1760-1790, dia. 7 7/8 in., Pewter Plate, Jacob Whitimore (1736-1825), Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1758-1790, with initials IF, dia. 7 7/8 in., Pewter Plate, Jacob Eggleston (1773-1813), Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1796-1810, dia. 8 ½ in., Pewter Plate, George Lightner (1749-1815), Baltimore, Maryland, circa 1806-1815, dia. 8 ¾ in., Fine Pewter Plate, Richard Austin (1764-1817), Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1793-1807, dia. 8 ½ in., Pewter Plate, Spencer Stafford (1772-1844), Albany, New York, circa 1794-1827, dia. 8 ¾ in., Pewter Plate, John Danforth (1741-ca. 1799), Norwich, Connecticut, circa 1773-1793, with initials IRM, dia. 9 in., Pewter Plate, Edward Danforth (1765-1830), Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1788-1790, dia. 7 7/8 in., Pewter Plate, William Danforth, Middletown, Connecticut, circa 1792-1820, dia. 7 7/8 in. 36 pieces.
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