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  1. Japanese
    Uchikake (Wedding Kimono)

    late 19th century
    Silk and gold
    2018.210
  2. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  3. Siguas
    Short Poncho

    100 BC–300 AD
    Camelid wool yarns and natural dyes
    2016.59
  4. Flemish (probably Tournai)
    Hercules Slaying King Laomedon

    1480–1500
    Tapestry: Wool and silk
    2015.547
  5. Axminster Carpet Company
    English, active 1755 - 1835
    "Turkey" or "Turkish" Carpet

    c. 1755–1835
    Hand-knotted wool
    2013.65
  6. Maya, K'iche'
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1060
  7. Paracas
    Mantle

    900–200 BC
    Camelid wool and cotton
    2010.1075
  8. Wari (Huari)
    Tunic

    650–900 AD
    Camelid fibers
    2010.1072
  9. Wari (Huari)
    Four-Cornered Hat

    650–900 AD
    Wool
    2010.1070
  10. Tablecloth

    Second quarter 20th century
    Cotton, eyelet work embroidery
    2009.531
  11. Daniel Quare
    English, 1647–1724
    Longcase Clock

    c. 1710
    Walnut , walnut burl, oak, pine, brass, and other metals
    2007.112
  12. Paul Theodore Frankl
    American, born Austria, 1887–1958
    "The Modernique" Clock, Model 431

    c. 1929
    Silver, enamel, glass, and plastic
    2002.3539
  13. Lutisha Pettway
    American, 1925 - 2001
    Quilt

    c. 1950
    Cotton and denim
    2002.414
  14. Chimú
    Loincloth

    1100–1450 AD
    Feathers, spondylus shell, cloth and metal
    2001.1172
  15. Chimú
    Miniature Headdress

    1100–1450 AD
    Feathers, cloth and metal
    2001.1171
  16. George J. Henkels
    American, 1819–1883
    Wall Clock

    c. 1860
    Black walnut, brass, and enamel
    B.2015.15
  17. Andreas Stahel
    German, 1560/61–1634/35
    Quarter-striking Table Clock

    Gilt brass and ebonized wood
    BF.2015.2
  18. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

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

    c. 1830
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.30
  20. French or Italian
    Portable Hourglass

    late 17th century
    Glass, leather, painted paper, and fabric
    BF.2008.5
  21. American
    Finished Berlin Work Canvas for Men's Slippers (one of a pair)

    c. 1850–1860
    Wool, silk, and canvas
    B.2005.17.2
  22. Akan peoples
    Watch

    1875–1970
    Gold
    97.1426
  23. Akan peoples
    Pocket Watch

    1875–1970
    Gold
    97.1424
  24. Akan peoples (probably)
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton
    97.768
  25. Akan peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton, rayon
    97.767
  26. Akan peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton
    97.765
  27. Mexican
    Cope

    no date
    Metallic embroidery thread on silk
    96.1362
  28. Attributed to Pottier & Stymus
    American, active c. 1859–1910
    Tall Case Clock

    c. 1875
    Cherry, eastern white pine, parcel-gilt, glass, and metals
    88.105
  29. J. & J. G. Low Art Tile Works
    American, active 1878–1907
    Shelf Clock

    c. 1884
    Brass and earthenware
    82.15
  30. Maya
    Cofradia Cloth (Servilleta)

    1918–1922 AD
    Cotton, and silk textile
    75.29
  31. Indian
    Border Strip from Scarf

    19th century
    Weaving
    33.43
  32. Indian
    Border Strip from Scarf

    19th century
    Silk, metallic thread
    33.42
  33. Indian
    Border Strip from Scarf

    19th century
    Silk, metallic thread
    33.41
  34. Indian
    Prayer Mat

    19th century
    Cotton print
    33.24
  35. American
    Appliquéd and Pieced Quilt

    c. 1860–1870
    Cotton
    B.99.23
  36. German
    Portable Diptych Sundial

    c. 1775–1825
    Wood, paper, glass, brass, magnet, and string
    B.91.50
  37. American
    Memorial Embroidered Picture

    c. 1805–1815
    Silk, linen, and gouache
    B.86.13
  38. Movement by Peter Stretch
    American, born England, 1670–1746
    Eight-day Clock

    c. 1730–1740
    Black walnut; southern yellow pine, eastern white pine, and Atlantic white cedar
    B.86.4
  39. Théodore Doriot
    French, active 1868–1894
    Mantel Clock

    c. 1870
    Gilt metal, steel, poplar, and enamel
    B.85.14
  40. Aaron Willard Sr.
    American, 1757–1844
    Wall Clock

    c. 1802–1830
    Gilded eastern white pine, basswood, mahogany, and black cherry
    B.79.290
  41. American
    Wholecloth Quilt

    c. 1859–1861
    Cotton
    B.63.150
  42. Jacques Nicolas Pierre François Dubuc
    French, active Paris, c. 1815–1819
    Mantel Clock

    c. 1815–1819
    Mercury-gilded brass (ormolu), iron, glass, and enamel
    B.61.5
  43. Jonathan Lowndes
    English, born 1657, active 1680–1710
    Bracket Clock

    c. 1700
    Pearwood, brass, silvered ring
    B.59.67
  44. English
    Window Valance

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.9
  45. English
    Bedspread

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.6
  46. English
    Bedspread

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.5
  47. English
    Bed Valance (back hanging)

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.4
  48. English
    Bed Valance (side hanging)

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.3
  49. English
    Bed Valance (side hanging)

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill, wool
    B.56.183.2
  50. English
    Three-piece Bed Valance (hanging from canopy)

    c. 1740
    Cotton twill and wool
    B.56.183.1.A-.C

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