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  1. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.84
  2. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.83
  3. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.82
  4. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.81
  5. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.80
  6. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.79
  7. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.78
  8. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.77
  9. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.76
  10. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.75
  11. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.74
  12. William Chawner II
    English, died 1834
    Dessert Spoon

    1828
    Silver-gilt
    96.1120.73
  13. Serge Chermayeff
    British, born Russia, 1900–1996
    Navajo

    1952
    Printed linen
    2011.1002
  14. Mexican
    Cigarette Box

    no date
    Silver, enamelled
    94.1178
  15. Samuel Cholet
    French, 1786–1874
    Fragment

    c. 1830
    Cotton, copperplate print
    B.76.72.9
  16. Chunghi Choo
    American, born Korea, 1938
    Vase

    1985
    Silver-plated copper
    87.152
  17. Churchill & Treadwell
    American, 1809–1819
    Pitcher

    c. 1809–1814
    Silver
    B.99.18
  18. Churchill & Treadwell
    American, 1809–1819
    Pair of Tumblers

    1813–1814
    Silver
    B.91.36.1,.2
  19. Antonio Citterio
    Italian, born 1950
    Five-Piece Place Setting

    Designed 1998, manufactured 2004
    Stainless steel
    2005.218.1-.5
  20. F. H. Clark & Co.
    Memphis, active 1850–1866
    Teaspoon

    c. 1860
    Silver
    B.72.4
  21. Henry Clarke
    London, active early 18th century
    Spoon

    c. 1715–1716
    Sterling silver
    B.82.27.3
  22. Henry Clarke
    London, active early 18th century
    Spoon

    c. 1715–1716
    Sterling silver
    B.82.27.2
  23. Jonathan Clarke
    American, 1706–1766
    Tablespoon

    c. 1750
    Silver
    B.73.14
  24. Jonathan Clarke
    American, 1706–1766
    Teapot

    1745–1766
    Silver
    B.69.117
  25. Abraham L. Coan
    American, active Mobile, Alabama, 1833–1841
    Ladle

    c. 1833–1841
    Silver
    B.97.58
  26. John Coburn
    1724–1803
    Teapot

    c. 1745–1790
    Silver
    B.69.113
  27. Possibly John Coburn
    1724–1803
    Tea Tongs or Sugar Nippers

    c. 1750
    Silver
    B.69.110
  28. Attributed to George Coldwell
    American, c. 1749–1811, active c. 1787–1811
    Spoon

    c. 1788–1811
    Pewter
    B.2008.5
  29. John A. Cole
    American, active 1830–1859
    Soup Spoon

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.16.5
  30. John A. Cole
    American, active 1830–1859
    Soup Spoon

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.16.4
  31. John A. Cole
    American, active 1830–1859
    Soup Spoon

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.16.3
  32. John A. Cole
    American, active 1830–1859
    Soup Spoon

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.16.2
  33. John A. Cole
    American, active 1830–1859
    Soup Spoon

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.16.1
  34. Albert Coles
    American, 1815–1877
    Ladle

    c. 1840–1870
    Silver, unidentified wood
    B.2005.9
  35. Albert Coles
    American, 1815–1877
    Snuffbox

    1853
    Silver with silver gilding
    B.91.1
  36. Albert Coles
    American, 1815–1877
    Teaspoon

    1855–1877
    Silver
    B.87.18
  37. Donald H. Colflesh
    American, born 1932
    Tea and Coffee Service

    1960
    Sterling silver and ebony
    2005.1864.1-.5
  38. Thomas Compton
    English, 1749–1817
    Plate

    early 19th century
    Pewter
    B.79.115
  39. John Coney
    American, 1655/56–1722
    Tankard

    c. 1695–1711
    Silver
    B.74.19
  40. Attributed to Isaac Conklin
    American, active New York, 1807–1817
    Pair of Andirons

    c. 1807–1817
    Iron and brass
    B.96.2.1,.2
  41. James Conning
    American, active c. 1840–1872
    Pitcher

    c. 1842–1872
    Silver
    B.2008.13
  42. James Conning
    American, active c. 1840–1872
    Salad Server

    c. 1842–1872
    Silver
    B.99.10
  43. James Conning
    American, active c. 1840–1872
    Handled Cup

    c. 1864
    Silver
    B.97.51
  44. Attributed to John Paul Cooper
    British, 1869–1933
    Box

    c. 1905
    Copper and enamel
    2014.27
  45. Cornelius & Co.
    American, active 1839–1851
    Solar Lamp

    c. 1843–1851
    Marble, brass, iron, marble, and glass
    B.2005.14.A-.C
  46. Jean de Court
    French, active c. 1550–1585
    Ewer Depicting a Fight Between Horsemen

    mid-16th–late 16th century
    Copper and enamel
    2014.206
  47. Augustine Courtauld
    French, 1685–1751, active England
    Cake Basket

    1743–1744
    Sterling silver
    2002.3463
  48. William Cowell, Sr.
    American, 1682/83–1736
    Porringer

    c. 1704–1736
    Silver
    B.63.74
  49. William Cowell, Sr.
    American, 1682/83–1736
    Cann

    c. 1704–1736
    Silver
    B.61.54
  50. Made by Paul Crespin
    English, 1694–1770
    Pair of Sauceboats

    1752–53
    Sterling silver
    2011.480.1,.2

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