American Decorative Arts and Chipstone Foundation

  • Joseph Richardson, II (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1752–1831)
  • Sugar Urn, ca. 1795
  • Attributed to Alexander Roux (American, b. France, 1813–1886; firm active New York, New York 1836–80)
  • Parlor Cabinet, 1860–70
  • Attributed to the shop tradition of William Searle (American, 1634–1667)
  • and Thomas Dennis (American, b. England, 1638–1706)
  • Carved Box, 1663–1700
  • John Seymour (American, ca. 1738–ca. 1818)
  • or Thomas Seymour (American, 1771–1848)
  • Worktable, 1790–1810
  • Thomas Shields (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania active ca. 1765–1794)
  • Coffeepot, 1765–90
  • Zulma Steele (American, 1881–1979)
  • Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony (Woodstock, New York, active 1902–1915)
  • Side Chair, ca. 1904
  • Tiffany & Co. (New York, New York, founded 1837)
  • Tazza, ca. 1905
  • Tiffany & Co. (New York, New York, founded 1837)
  • Tea Infuser, ca. 1905

Showing results 91 to 100 of 115