American Decorative Arts and Chipstone Foundation

  • Tiffany Studios (Corona, New York, 1902–1932)
  • Lily Lamp, 1902/17
  • Artus Van Briggle (American, 1869–1904)
  • Gorham Manufacturing Company (Providence, Rhode Island, founded 1831)
  • Rookwood Pottery (Cincinnati, Ohio, founded 1880, known as The Rookwood Pottery Company after 1960)
  • Ewer, 1892
  • Thomas E. Warren (American, active 1840–1860)
  • Manufactured by The American Chair Company (Troy, New York, 1829–1858)
  • Centripetal Spring Armchair, patented 1849; produced ca. 1850
  • Attributed to Robert Wellford (American, 1775–1844)
  • Mantelpiece, 1810–20
  • Simon Willard (American, 1753–1848)
  • Shelf Clock, 1790–1810
  • Jo Wills (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1700–1759)
  • Tall Clock, 1740–55
  • Attributed to Wittingham Foundry (New York, New York, 1795–1850)
  • Richard Wittingham (American, 1747/48–1821)
  • or Richard Wittingham, Jr. (American, 1776–?)
  • Andirons, 1810–30
  • Probably Johann Löetz Witwe Glassworks (Klostermühle, Austria, 1836–1947)
  • Double-neck Vase, ca. 1900
  • Probably Johann Löetz Witwe Glassworks (Klostermühle, Austria, 1836–1947)
  • Metalwork by La Pierre Manufacturing Company (New York, 1885–1893, and Newark, New Jersey, 1893–1929)
  • Vase, ca. 1905

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