734 Results within American × Japanese × Textiles × Printing Plates & Blocks × Coins & Medals × Fiber Arts × Glass ×

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  1. Probably Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.
    American, 1826–1888
    Pair of Burning-Fluid Lamps

    c. 1850–1860
    Glass, brass, and pewter
    B.2017.8.1,.2
  2. Attributed to Harry Tyler
    American, 1801–1858
    Double-weave Coverlet

    1843
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.2015.6
  3. Possibly Mathew Johnson
    American, born England, 1813
    Decanter

    c. 1841–1843
    Non-lead glass
    B.2015.5
  4. Possibly Bakewell, Page & Bakewells , a later Bakewell replacement, or an unidentified glasshouse
    American, 1827–1832 , a later Bakewell replacement, or an unidentified glasshouse
    Celery Vase

    c. 1829–1830 or c. 1833–1846
    Lead glass
    B.2015.1
  5. Perthene Chase
    American, 1749–1795
    Sampler

    1761
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.13
  6. New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Goblet

    c. 1882
    Blown, cut, and engraved lead glass
    B.2014.2
  7. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  8. Maria Del Carmen Fernandez
    Mexican, 1819–c. 1890
    Sampler

    c. 1830
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.30
  9. Flavia Maria Barbeau
    American, 1832–1908
    Sampler

    1846
    Merino wool and silk on linen
    B.2013.29
  10. Sarah Johnson
    American, 1757–1821
    Sampler

    1769
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.27
  11. Attributed to New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Decanter

    c. 1860–1880
    Non-lead glass
    B.2013.10
  12. Martha Mulford
    American, 1796–1868
    Sampler

    1824
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.5
  13. Attributed to Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.
    American, 1826–1888
    Pair of Furniture Knobs

    c. 1829–1840
    Lead glass
    B.2012.44.1,.2
  14. Viola Biering
    American, 1862–1942
    Sampler

    1876
    Wool on Penelope cloth
    B.2012.9
  15. Abigail (Naby) Lord
    American, 1754–1821
    Sampler

    1765
    Silk and metal on linen mounted on wood
    B.2012.3
  16. American
    Vase

    c. 1840–1860
    Lead glass with gilding
    B.2011.21
  17. New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Wine Glass

    c. 1882
    Lead glass
    B.2011.13
  18. New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Wine Glass

    c. 1882
    Lead glass
    B.2011.12
  19. New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Sugar Bowl

    c. 1827–1830
    Lead glass
    B.2011.11.A,.B
  20. Made by New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Goblet

    c. 1860–1885
    Lead glass
    B.2011.10
  21. Mary J. Greenfield Smith
    American, born c. 1829
    Woolwork Picture

    c. 1843
    Wool and silk on linen
    B.2011.8
  22. American
    Cream Jug

    c. 1831–1845
    Glass, silver
    B.2011.7
  23. Boston Silver Glass Company
    American, active 1857–1871
    Pitcher

    c. 1865–1871
    Silvered glass, silver plate, cork, paper
    B.2011.6
  24. Attributed to Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.
    American, 1826–1888
    Compote

    c. 1850–1870
    Glass
    B.2010.3
  25. Attributed to Frances Rogers (Mrs. Samuel Green Arnold, Sr.)
    American, 1786–1865
    Mount Vernon in Virginia / The seat of the late Lieutenant General George Washington

    c. 1800–1805
    Silk, gold and silver metallic threads, with watercolor and spangles
    B.2009.18
  26. Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.
    American, 1826–1888
    Onion Lamp

    c. 1865–1880
    Glass and brass
    B.2009.7.A-.C
  27. Joanna Maxwell
    American, 1782–1847
    Sampler

    1793
    Silk on linen
    B.2009.2
  28. Possibly New England Glass Company
    East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1818–1888
    Sinumbra Lamp

    c. 1835–1850
    Glass and brass
    B.2009.1.A-.C
  29. Bakewell, Page & Bakewells
    American, 1827–1832
    Flask

    c. 1827–1832
    Non-lead glass
    B.2008.6
  30. American
    Tray

    c. 1830–1845
    Lead glass
    B.2006.11

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