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  1. Alvar Aalto
    Finnish, 1898–1976
    Siena

    1954
    Printed cotton
    2011.1001
  2. John Adam, Jr.
    American, 1780–1843
    Teapot

    c. 1801–1820
    Silver and wood
    B.74.6.A,.B
  3. William Adams
    American, c. 1801–1861, active 1829–1861
    Goblet

    c. 1850
    Silver
    B.2015.11
  4. William Adams
    American, c. 1801–1861, active 1829–1861
    Fireman's Trumpet

    c. 1857
    Silver
    B.2001.26
  5. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  6. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Dish

    c. 1975
    Sterling silver
    2010.1505
  7. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Pepper Shaker

    Designed c. 1940
    Sterling silver
    2004.1238.2
  8. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Salt Shaker

    Designed c. 1940
    Sterling silver
    2004.1238.1
  9. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Tray

    1940–1960
    Sterling silver
    2004.1237
  10. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Pick

    c. 1940–1960
    Sterling silver
    2004.1236
  11. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Pickle Fork

    c. 1940
    Sterling silver
    2004.1235
  12. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Serving Fork

    c. 1940
    Sterling silver
    2004.1234.2
  13. Allan Adler
    American, 1916–2002
    Serving Spoon

    c. 1940
    Sterling silver
    2004.1234.1
  14. Manufactured by Ahronsberg Bros.
    English
    Queen Victoria Commemorative Spoon

    1896
    Sterling silver and gilt
    89.335.A,.B
  15. Adela Akers
    American, born Spain, 1933
    Hanging Fence

    1981
    Linen, metallic thread, and Plexiglas
    2004.836
  16. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  17. Franco Albini
    Italian, 1905–1977
    Pannochia Bowl

    designed 1971, made 2004
    Sterling silver
    2014.48
  18. attributed to James Alexander
    American, born Ireland, 1770–1870
    Double-weave Coverlet

    c. 1821–1828
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.76.34
  19. School of Alessandro Algardi
    Italian, 1598–1654
    St. Philip Neri

    Gilt-bronze
    69.9
  20. Allcock & Allen
    American, partnership active c. 1810–1840
    Sugar Basket

    c. 1820–1840
    Silver
    B.91.52
  21. William Allen
    English, active 1674–c. 1686
    Candlestick

    c. 1670
    Pewter
    B.59.125
  22. Allison Studio
    American, active 1930s
    Dish

    1930s
    Sterling silver
    2005.204
  23. Isaac Anthony
    American, 1690–1773
    Tankard

    c. 1711–1740
    Silver
    B.69.106
  24. Aoki Tomonobu (Ichiryu)
    Japanese, active Meiji era
    Censer (koro) in the form of a hawk

    c. 1895
    Silver, shibuichi, shakudo, and gold
    2018.641.A-.E
  25. Peter Archambo I
    English, 1710–1759
    Pair of Sauceboats

    1724
    Silver
    2014.287.1,.2
  26. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Muffin Dish and Cover

    designed c. 1900, made c. 1905
    Silver plate and turquoise
    2014.49.A,.B
  27. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Salt and Pepper Casters

    Designed c. 1900, made 1905
    Silver, amethyst, and quartz
    2014.14.1,.2
  28. Charles Robert Ashbee
    English, 1863–1942
    Pair of Jam or Butter Dishes

    Designed c. 1900, made 1905
    Sterling silver and carnelian
    2014.13.1,.2
  29. Gae Aulenti
    Italian, 1027 - 2012
    Tea and Coffee Service

    Designed 1979–1980
    Sterling silver and wood
    2008.886.1-.6
  30. Nathaniel Austin
    American, 1741–1816
    Cann

    c. 1763–1807
    Pewter
    B.60.64
  31. Samuel Ayres
    American, 1767–1824
    Sugar Tongs

    c. 1786–1824
    Silver
    B.97.47
  32. Hannah Babcock
    American, 1769/70–1856
    Coat of Arms (Babcock and Howe Families)

    1785
    Silk and satin
    B.84.7
  33. John Bache
    English, active 1673–1729
    Snuffers and Stand

    stand 1714–15, snuffers 1715–16
    Britannia standard silver
    96.1612.A,.B
  34. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Butter Knife

    c. 1853–c. 1890
    Silver
    B.2018.45
  35. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Teaspoon

    c. 1853–c. 1890
    Silver
    B.2018.44
  36. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Teaspoon

    c. 1853–c. 1890
    Silver
    B.2018.43
  37. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Tumbler

    c. 1853–c. 1890
    Silver
    B.2018.42
  38. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Ladle

    c. 1853–1879
    Silver
    B.98.2
  39. A. Bahn
    American, c. 1853–c. 1890
    Teaspoon

    c. 1853–1879
    Silver
    B.97.4
  40. William Baily, Jr.
    American, active 1816–1857
    Set of 12 Tablespoons

    c. 1816–1850
    Silver
    B.87.6.1-.12
  41. Isaac F. Baker
    American, c. 1806–1883
    Girandole (part of a set)

    c. 1849–1851
    Gilded brass, marble, and glass
    B.76.194.3
  42. Isaac F. Baker
    American, c. 1806–1883
    Girandole (part of a set)

    c. 1849–1851
    Gilded brass, marble, and glass
    B.76.194.2
  43. Isaac F. Baker
    American, c. 1806–1883
    Girandole (part of a set)

    c. 1849–1851
    Gilded brass, marble, and glass
    B.76.194.1
  44. Isaac F. Baker
    American, c. 1806–1883
    Set of Girandoles

    c. 1849–1851
    Silver-plated brass, marble, and glass
    B.70.54.1-.3
  45. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.8
  46. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.7
  47. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.6
  48. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.5
  49. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.4
  50. John Baldessari
    American, born 1931
    Plate

    no date
    Zinc
    96.43.2.3

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