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  1. William G. de Matteo
    American, born Italy, 1895–1980
    Pitcher

    1935–1946
    Sterling silver
    2010.1556
  2. William G. de Matteo
    American, born Italy, 1895–1980
    Covered Dish

    1940-1950
    Sterling silver
    2010.1538
  3. Marie Zimmermann
    American, 1878–1972
    Presentation Bowl

    1925
    Sterling silver
    2014.814
  4. Marie Zimmermann
    American, 1878–1972
    Bowl

    c. 1915
    Sterling silver
    2004.1484
  5. Made by William C. Young
    Four-piece Black Coffee Set

    1904
    Martelé standard silver, gilt, and ivory
    2004.1289.1-.4
  6. Peter Young
    American, 1749–1813
    Church Cup

    c. 1775–1797
    Pewter
    B.66.9.2
  7. Peter Young
    American, 1749–1813
    Church Cup

    c. 1770–1797
    Pewter
    B.66.9.1
  8. Annie Mae Young
    American, 1928–2012
    Quilt

    c. 1965
    Cotton, polyester, and wool
    2002.419
  9. Thomas You
    American, d. 1786, active Charleston, South Carolina, 1753–c. 1786
    Pap Boat

    c. 1753–1786
    Silver
    B.97.57
  10. Samuel Yellin
    American, born Russia, 1884–1940
    Sketch in Iron

    1930–1940
    Iron
    2008.932
  11. Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik
    established 1880
    Candlestick, One of a Pair

    20th century
    Silver plate, glass
    94.1212.2
  12. Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik
    established 1880
    Candlestick, One of a Pair

    20th century
    Silver plate, glass
    94.1212.1
  13. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
    American, 1867–1959
    Sugar Tongs

    Designed 1919, made c. 1964
    Silver plate
    2008.160
  14. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Knife

    18th century
    Soft-paste porcelain and metal
    2008.495
  15. Bancroft Woodcock
    American, 1732–1817
    Teaspoon

    c. 1765–1770
    Silver
    B.2014.10
  16. Joseph Wood
    English, dates not known
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1750
    Brass
    B.60.6.2
  17. Joseph Wood
    English, dates not known
    Candlestick (one of a pair)

    c. 1750
    Brass
    B.60.6.1
  18. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Tablespoon

    c. 1860–1890
    Silver
    B.2018.48
  19. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Tablespoon (one of a pair)

    c. 1860–1890
    Silver
    B.2018.47.2
  20. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Tablespoon (one of a pair)

    c. 1860–1890
    Silver
    B.2018.47.1
  21. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Tablespoon

    c. 1860–1890
    Silver
    B.2018.46
  22. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Pie Knife

    c. 1860–1868
    Silver with silver gilding
    B.2014.5
  23. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Coffee and Tea Service made for Emily Margaret Austin Perry (1795–1851)

    1848
    Silver and ivory
    B.2011.17.1-.5
  24. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Fruit Stand

    c. 1860–1875
    Silver
    B.2004.36
  25. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Serving Spoon

    c. 1860
    Silver and silver gilding
    B.97.39
  26. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Pair of Dessert Spoons

    c. 1860–1870
    Silver
    B.93.14.1,.2
  27. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Butter Knife

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.18
  28. Attributed to Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Teapot

    c. 1845–1872
    Silver
    B.82.3
  29. Tapio Wirkkala
    Finnish, 1915–1985
    Six-Piece Place Setting

    Designed 1955, made c. 1959–65
    Silver
    2000.339.1-.6
  30. Heinrich Winterstein
    German, 1552–1634
    Pineapple Cup

    c. 1600
    Silver fire gilt
    BF.2008.2.A,.B
  31. Edward Winslow
    American, 1669–1753
    Salver

    c. 1690–1730
    Silver
    B.74.5
  32. Edward Winslow
    American, 1669–1753
    Tankard

    c. 1690–1725
    Silver
    B.63.71
  33. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Marmalade Jar

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver, enamel, and glass
    2010.1536
  34. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Caddy Spoon

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver and enamel
    2010.1535
  35. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Caddy Spoon

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver and enamel
    2010.1534
  36. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Spoon

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver and enamel
    2010.1533
  37. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Tea Strainer

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver and enamel
    2010.1532
  38. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Tea Strainer

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver and enamel
    2010.1531
  39. Mary Peyton Winlock
    American, 1868–1942
    Marmalade Dish with Cover and Marmalade Spoon

    1900–1915
    Sterling silver, enamel, and glass
    2010.1530.1,.2
  40. Wm. Wilson & Son
    American, 1883–1909
    Fried Oyster Server

    1883–1909
    Sterling silver and gilt
    2004.1331
  41. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Fish Fork and Knife

    c. 1835–1845
    Silver
    B.2008.10.1,.2
  42. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Hot-Water Urn (Coffee Urn)

    1825–1846
    Silver
    B.93.28.A-.D
  43. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Pitcher

    c. 1839
    Silver
    B.93.24
  44. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Ladle

    c. 1825–1846
    Silver
    B.93.20
  45. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Teaspoon

    no date
    Silver
    B.82.24.2
  46. R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Teaspoon

    no date
    Silver
    B.82.24.1
  47. Manufactured or retailed by R. & W. Wilson
    American, partnership active 1825–1846
    Soup Spoon

    1826–1846
    Silver
    B.82.16
  48. Wilson & Klein
    American, partnership active 1842–1849
    Ladle

    c. 1842–1849
    Silver
    B.97.68
  49. Joseph Willmore, Birmingham
    English, died 1855
    Combination Apple Corer and Pocket Knife

    1824
    Ivory, silver
    94.1018.A-.C
  50. Lorenzo L. Williams
    American, active 1838–1842
    Bowl

    c. 1838–1842
    Pewter
    B.2006.20

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