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1

View of Boston Common (embroidered chimneypiece), Hannah Otis, about 1750.    MFA, Boston (1996.26)

2

Sons of Liberty bowl, Paul Revere Jr., Boston, 1768      MFA, Boston (49.45)

3

Sugar bowl and

Creampot,  Paul

Revere, Jr., Boston,

1761

4

Wainscot chair (or

Joined great chair),

Ipswich or Rowley, Mass.

ca. 1640-

1685

5

Powell house, Philadelphia

6

Armchair, Philadelphia, 1740-60

7

High Chest, Japanned surface over pine case.  Boston, 1730-40.  MFA, 32.227.   

8

Silver columnar candlesticks, Jeremiah Dummer, Boston, 1680-1700

9

Hart room, Ipswich, Mass., ca. 1680 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

10

Sugar box, Edward Winslow, Boston (MFA, 42.251)

11

Dressing table, Philadelphia, 1760-70 (MFA, 39.150}

12

Wine cup, Hull and Sanderson,

Boston, 1660s, for the First

Church, Boston

13

John Coney, chocolate pot, ca. 1715-20.

Silver

14

Fruit basket, American China Manufactory of Bonnin and Morris, Philadelphia,

Soft-paste porcelain , 1771-72 (MFA)

15

Coffeepot, Paul Revere, Jr.,

Boston, 1772

16

The Moffatt-Ladd House, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1761-63

17

Old Ship Meetinghouse, Hingham, Mass., 1681

18

Hurd, Two handled cup, 1740-50

19

Bureau dressing table, Edmund Townsend, Newport, 1765-85.

MFA, Boston (41.579)

20

Boston easy chair, 18th century

21

Silver sugar box, John Coney, Boston, 1680s (MFA, Boston)

22

High chest, att to John Townsend,

Newport, 1756-59

23

Desk and bookcase, Providence, 1765-85.

MFA, Boston (39.155)

24

Peter Van Dyck, silver teapot, NYC, 1720-35 (Yale, 1935.230)

25

High chest of drawers, probably Boston, 1730-50.

Mahogany, white pine.  MFA, Boston (1992.484)

26

Cupboard, northern

Essex County, 1680s

Museum of Fine Arts,

Boston (51.53)

27

Bombé desk and bookcase,

Att Gibbs Atkins, Boston, ca. 1760

MFA, Boston (39.181)

28

Hell. 1738-52 ;-) 

29

Brown-Pearl Hall, West Boxford, Mass., ca. 1704 (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

30

Monteith bowl, John Coney, Boston, ca.1705 (Yale)