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Newport Historical Society as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

W 1974.106.1

Bed

circa 1720

Unknown

W 1974.90.1

Bed

1725-1750

Unknown

W 37.1

Bed, Canopy

Undated

Raab, William, Mrs.

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Raab, William, Mrs.

W 1973.1.3

Bed, Folding

Undated

Unknown

W 1974.102.1

Bed, Trundle

circa 1740

Unknown

W 1974.91.1

Bed, Trundle

circa 1740

Unknown

30.1.3

Bookcase

1825-1840

Unknown

W 1960.2.1

Bookcase

circa 1760

Townsend-Goddard

Hazard, Peyton

94.13.5

Cabinet, Display

1900

Unknown

L 10.1.29

Cabinet, Display

1785-1815

Unknown

Johnson, Lilias Moriarity, Mrs. Redwood Library

01.264

Candlestand

1780-1820

Unknown

Unknown

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Description

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 0

Diam (in.) 0

73

0

0

0

0

0

47

0

63

0

16

0

40

23

0

0

9.75

8

67.5

0

0

25.5

17.25

0

Simple headboard; turned finials; headboard and footboard are stained brown; sides are natural. Four pencil posts; simple headboard; rope spring; painted brown; canopy frame. In 53 1998 bedding placed in chest with ball feet. Hand made Shumaker reproduction of late 18 century Indian design with French 0 treatment. Red and blue design on white background. Benson, John Howard, Mrs. Pine folding bed; rope springs; six legs; joint on second set of legs; turned legs; simple 0 headboard. Maple trundle bed that has been stained red; rope spring; wooden wheels; ball posts. 20.5 Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard Maple trundle bed made to fit under another bed; rope springs; slanted side board; 39.5 House headboard. In 1998 bedding was in chest with ball feet. Mahogany empire style bookcase on frame that has two drawers and four spiral-turned 41.25 Pitman, Theophilus T. legs; glass doors on bookcase have twist columns with leafy capitals between panes; round bran pulls on drawer fronts appear to be original; silver plate on cornice with p Mahogany bookcase on desk with three shelf cupboard bookcase; slant top desk; eight black front drawers, four pigeonholes and one door inside desk; four drawers outside desk; brass fixtures on outer drawers differ between top two drawers and bottom two dr Wood and glass display case for a doll: black painted wood frame with paper and fabric trim; cardboard back; glass top, sides, and door; tasseled handle. Mahogany and tulip, federal-style breakfront with elliptical-shaped panes on four upper doors; three lower doors were fitted with large glass panes; two original drawers remain on lower case; puce decorated with mahogany veneer and light stringing and inl Maple candle stand as baluster-turned pedestal with urn-shaped base; tripod legs are replaced; scalloped-shaped top is replaced.

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

93.43.1

Candlestand

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

93.43.2

Candlestand

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

W 45.1

Candlestand

Undated

Unknown

01.258

Chair

1740-1770

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Unknown

01.262

Chair

1760-1790

Unknown

Unknown

01.265

Chair

1730-1750

Unknown

Unknown

01.266

Chair

1675-1695

Unknown

Unknown

01.27

Chair

1710-1725

Unknown

01.275

Chair

1760-1780

Unknown

24.4

Chair

circa 1800

Unknown

48.2

Chair

1710-1725

Probably New York

56.2

Chair

circa 1860

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Description

Length (in.) Small pedestal candle stand table with a turned shaft; circular carved mid-section; four 0 slightly ogee shaped fluted legs; table top has a stepped curved rim. 0 Painted black candlestand with a wood top and iron shaft and base. Top of shaft is smooth and has a key to adjust the height. Bottom of shaft is fluted; tripod footbase has a molded leaf motif. Cherry candlestand has inverted corners on the top, wide turned base with three 28.25 smooth legs. Mahogany Queen Anne style side chair, probably made in Boston, with cabriole legs 0 and ball-and-claw feet, block-and-turned stretchers, compass seat, and knees. Brown leather (not original) upholstery on slip seat. Chair is part of set of twenty-four once

Width (in.) 14.25

Diam (in.) 12.5

13.5

13.625

24

0

21

0

Mahogany arm chair in Chippendale style; pierced splat, Marlborough legs; blue damask seat (not original) upholstered over the rail. American made. Mahogany Queen Ann style side chair with bowed crest rail; vase-shaped splat, compas seat, cabriole legs with c-scrolls on knees, pad feet, cyma-curved flat stretchers; brown leather upholstery (not original). Probably made in Newport, RI.

0

23.5

0

0

0

0

"Cromwellian" style side chair; maple baluster-turned front legs, rear stiles, and front stretcher; oak side stretchers; traces of original leather and brass tacks; original girt web and sacking, and wrought nails. Used in Moravian Church. Made of maple a

0

17.5

0

Peckham, Stephen Farnum Bannister-back armchair made of Ash; rush seat, painted black; turned stretchers and stiles; back has four half spindles. Belonged to Peleg Peckham who gave it to his son, Thomas Peckham Sr., who passed it to his son, Thomas Peckham, Jr. who passed it ont Unknown Mahogany Chippendale-style side chair. Pierced splat, plain Marlborough legs. Pale green velvet, (not original), upholstered over the seat vail. Probably made in Newport, RI. Channing Memorial Church Rocking chair in Windsor style; legs and stretchers in bamboo shape; "comb" back with rectangular panel at top; painted dark yellow with rust and brown linear decoration. Tag attached reads: Favorite chair of/William Ellery Channing/Property of/Channing M Stevens, Maud Lyman Maple William and marry style side chair with carved crest-rail and front stretchers; rear stiles are turned and rake back; much wear on legs has shortened original by approx. 2" to 3"; black paint and new blue corduroy upholstery. From estate of Mrs. Alf

0

0

0

0

20.5

0

0

20.25

0

0

0

0

Pardee, Edmund, Dr.

0

19.75

0

Large oak armchair; vertical slats form back; curved arms. Supposedly belonged to Abraham Lincoln. Ref: Letter, Box #13, vault A. Utl. Letter 7-9-96. Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

1885.2

Chair

1710-1725

Unknown

Cozzens, William C.

Late William and Mary style side chair made with cherry wood with original leather upholstery on seat and back; back styles curve and crest rail is curved and yoked in "Queen Anne" style; front legs are block-and-turned with "paintbrush" feet; front stret

2006.17

Chair

circa 1790

Unknown

Hale, Thomas

2000.42.1A-D

Chair

Undated

Heywood-Wakefield

2000.42.2 A-D

Chair

Undated

Heywood-Wakefield

24.3.1

Chair

1730-1760

Unknown

24.3.2

Chair

Undated

Unknown

24.3.3

Chair

1755-1785

Unknown

28.3.1 AB

Chair

Undated

Unknown

34.1.7 AB

Chair

1765-1785

Unknown

62.3.1

Chair

1890-1910

Unknown

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Chippendale armchair belonging to Mr. William Ellery of Newport, Rhode Island. Built of mahogany from a plantation in Honduras. Hand embroidered by Mrs. Ellery and presented to their daughter Almy at the time of her marriage to Mr. William Stedman, who wa Jane Pickens Theatre Movie seat of painted black metal panels, painted black wooden armrests and an orange and white cushion. A is the cushioned seat; B is the cushioned backrest; C is the ornate black metal side panel with wooden arm rest that would have been on the end of a Jane Pickens Theatre Movie seat of painted black metal panels, painted black wooden armrests and an orange and white cushion. A is the cushioned seat; B is the cushioned back rest; C is the ornate black metal side panel with wooden armrest that would have been on the end of a Nichols, Frederick, Mrs. Queen Anne style mahogany side chair with vase-shaped splat, block-and-turned stretchers, cabriole legs, pad feet, square slip seat. "In memory of Sara Jarvis Pattison/Presented by/Mrs. Frederick Nichols" on gold plate; also "VII" carved into front seat r Nichols, Frederick, Mrs. Chippendale style mahogany chair with Marlborough legs and a slip seat. Belonged to the Bull Family of Newport, RI. Nichols, Frederick, Mrs. Chippendale style mahogany side chair with upholstered slip seat; Marlborough legs, gothic-style splat. Belonged to Comm. Isaac Hull. As assessed by Milo Naeve on 03/29/1995; slip seat probably new; corner braces replaced; VII on front seat rail; probably Wilmarth, Annie Chase, Mrs. Two Chippendale style mahogany chairs. Very plain, square back with pierced splat, Marlborough legs; upholstered over the rail with new light green material. Probably made in Newport. Donor was great-granddaughter of Solomon Southwick, who lived in Newpor Wilbour, Theodora Two Windsor side chairs with a fan-back made of tulip and ash. Original green painted legs and backs; seats have original "grained" decoration imitating mahogany. Made in Rhode Island or Connecticut. Ref: Dean Fales, "American Painted Furniture". Made For Joslin, Louise Knowles, Mrs. Mahogany Windsor-style arm chair with tall back and two braces between seat and crest rail. Chair from Mayor Thomas Coggeshall's home. He was mayor of Newport from 7889-1892.

Furniture Collection

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 0

Diam (in.) 0

22

30

0

0

0

0

0

17

0

0

0

0

0

20.25

0

0

21.5

0

0

21

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

71.4 A-F

Chair

1790-1810

Unknown

Israel Sack, Inc.

77.5.1

Chair

1740-1770

Goddard, John

Stevens, Edith S., Mrs.

83.1.9

Chair

1700-1730

Unknown

83.2.1

Chair

1981

Campbell, Doug

Rutherford, Leroy and Rutherford, Leroy, Mrs. Campbell, Douglas

93.43.4

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

93.43.5

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

93.43.7

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

Six mahogany shield-back side chairs in RI federal style; pierced splat with urn and snags; design adapted from Hepplewhite style of 1788. Design for these chairs based on a Hepplewhite design of 1788, ref: similar to plate 18, "John Brown House Loan Exhi Mahogany "Queen Anne" style side chair, (mid-Georgian). Shells on knees and crest rail; compass seat, ball-and-claw feet. Chair has its original red wool (moreen) upholstery which has a steam-pressed floral pattern. Marked "XXIIII" on the seat rail. Donor Black painted chair, oxbow shaped crest rail, three reeded splats, turned stretchers. Seat is a replacement. "Cromwellian" style side chair; wooden baluster-turned front legs, rear stiles and front stretcher; leather upholstery attached to upper back and seat by brass tacks. Reproduction of #01.266. Small Windsor-style chair; 5 partially turned bobbin spindles; 2 stretchers on each leg (8 total); front 2 stretchers and legs are bobbin turned; back legs are straight; entire chair is painted white. Small Windsor-style chair; 5 partially turned bobbin spindles; 2 stretchers on each leg (8 total); front 2 stretchers and legs are bobbin turned; painted white. Side chair with a brown leather drop seat; slightly bowed crest rail with slightly protruding ears; pierced splat back with ribs; top of splat has carved scrolls; front legs are cabriole ending in a pad foot; back legs are slightly splayed; 4 turned stret

L 81.2.2

Chair

1740-1760

Unknown

Old State House, Newport, RI

L 81.2.3

Chair

1740-1760

Unknown

L 93.43.8

Chair

Undated

W 01.1

Chair

W 02.1

Chair

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 0

Diam (in.) 0

0

21

0

0

0

0

0

17.75

0

0

15.625

0

0

16.75

0

0

21.125

0

Mahogany Queen Anne side chair with cabriole legs with pad feet, heavy, square, rear 0 legs with chamfer, block and turned stretchers, cut-out skirt, woven rush slip seat, reverse-curve solid wood splat, smoothly flowing crest rail, interrupted at two point

21.5

0

Old State House, Newport, RI

Mahogany Queen Anne side chair with cabriole legs with pad feet, heavy, square, rear 0 legs with chamfer, block and turned stretchers, cut-out skirt, woven rush slip seat, reverse-curve solid wood splat, smoothly flowing crest rail, interrupted at two point

21.5

0

Unknown

Redwood Library

"Charter chair": Jacobean-style chair with a plain back panel and decorative 1/2 turned 0 spindels; top rail has carved arches; wide & plain plank seat; seat rail is niched carved; front legs are balustered turned; back is straight; disk feet; 4 stretchers

23.5

0

circa 1780

Unknown

13.5

0

Unknown

Maple childs chair; three slat back; splint seat; painted red; turned legs and finials. Used by Harriet Lyman Hazard. Maple chair with traces of brown paint; three slat back; rounded finials; turned posts and front stretchers; corded rush seat; legs appear to have been cut down.

18

Undated

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Burleigh, Mrs.

13

19

0

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

W 1928.1.1

Chair

1928

Unknown

Greene, A.L.

W 1928.1.2

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Greene, A.L.

Maple Windsor chair with painted black; arch back chair; legs, stretchers and front three spindles are turned; 13 spindles total; saddle seat. Maple chair with bow back Windsor arm chair painted black; slightly resembles a 18 Captain's chair'; 13 spindles; front spindles, legs and stretcher are turned; saddle seat.

W 1934.1.1

Chair

1731

Unknown

Wilbour, Theodora, Mrs.

W 1934.3.1

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Hazard, Thomas G., Jr.

W 1934.3.2

Chair

Undated

Unknown

Hazard, Thomas G., Jr.

W 1950.1.1

Chair

circa 1700

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1960.1.1

Chair

circa 1720

Townsend, Job

Hazard, Peyton

W 1960.1.2

Chair

circa 1720

Townsend, Job

Hazard, Peyton

W 1961.1.1

Chair

1781

Unknown

Preservation Society of Newport County

W 1961.2.1

Chair

circa 1725

Unknown

Preservation Society of Newport County

W 1974.100.1

Chair

1720-1740

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.101.1

Chair

1720-1740

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

Half banister back arm chair with 'John W. 1731' on crest rail; rush seat; pad cover; 0 turned legs; stretchers. Made in Little Compton, RI. Mahogany vase shape splat back; turned legs and stretchers; woven fabric seat. 0 Original furniture to Wanton Lyman Hazard House. Mahogany vase shaped splate back; turned legs and stretchers; woven fabric seat. 0 Original furniture to Wanton Lyman Hazard House. A "grandmother's chair" with chintz (tree of life pattern) covered pine seat and back; 45.5 slanted at the top of the back of the chair because it is meant to lean against the wall; could also be used to carry an invalid. Queen Anne style mahagony side chair; solid splat; cabriole legs; pad feet; leather 41.5 seat; heavy square rear legs with chamfer; stretchers. Previously owned by Payton Hazard and left to NHS for WLH in his will. See also w 1960.1.2. Part of the Eddy Collect Mahogany side chair queen Anne style; sold splat; cabriole legs; pad feet; leather seat; 41.5 heavy square rear legs with chamfer; stretchers. Previously owned by Peyton Hazard and left to NHS for WLH in his will. See also W 1960.1.1. Maple side chair painted black; half banister back; molded crest rail with initials 'PB' 0 and '1781'; turned legs and stretchers; turned finials; rush seat; pad cover. Probably made in New England. 42 Maple side chair painted black; half banister back; molded crest rail; turned legs; turned stretchers; finials; rush seat; two outside banisters that may be replacements. Probably made in New England. Maple side chair with a painted black; three half back banisters; turned stretchers; 39 turned legs; cloth seat cover of faded blue and gold Indian print on white background; carved finial; carved crest rail. Maple side chair with three reeded banisters; ox bow crest rail; front legs are turned; 39 seat covered in faded blue and gold Indian print with white background; painted black.

W 1974.101.2

Chair

1720-1740

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.103.1

Chair

1720-1740

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Width (in.) 15

Diam (in.) 0

15

0

23

0

0

0

0

0

16

0

16

0

16

0

16.5

0

17

0

14

0

14

0

Maple side chair painted black; three reeded banisters; ox bow crest rail; front legs are 39 turned; seat covered in faded blue and gold Indian print on white background

14

0

Maple side chair painted black; three reeded banisters; ox bow crest rail; front legs are 0 turned; front stretcher is turned; rush seat.

15

0

Furniture Collection

Length (in.) 16

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

W 1974.11.1

Chair

1730-1740

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.30.1

Chair

1700-1750

Unknown

W 1974.67.1

Chair

1780

Unknown

W 1974.68.1

Chair

circa 1780

Unknown

W 1974.70.1

Chair

circa 1780

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Coggeshall, John

W 1974.87.1

Chair

1700-1725

Unknown

W 1974.88.1

Chair

1700-1725

Unknown

W 1974.9.1

Chair

1700-1725

Unknown

W 1974.9.2

Chair

1700-1725

Unknown

W 38.1

Chair

circa 1730

Unknown

W 62.1

Chair

Undated

Unknown

L 93.27.3

Chair, Ballroom

circa 1890

Unknown

93.43.3

Chair, Folding

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

W 1974.104.1

Chair, Rocking

1720-1740

Unknown

Maynard, Robert

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Preservation Society of Newport County

Description

Length (in.) Maple side chair painted black; ox bow crest rail; three reeded banisters; front legs are 14 turned and end in ball; rush seat painted black; blue and white woven seat cover.

Width (in.) 18

Diam (in.) 0

Side chair made of pine and maple is stained; vase shape splat back; turned finials; rush seat. Maple windsor chair painted green; seven spindles; turned legs and stretchers.

19

15

0

36

16

0

38.5

16

0

17

16

0

0

13

0

39

15

0

19

13

0

19

13

0

18

15

0

19.5

14.5

0

0

0

0

0

16

0

0

0

0

Windsor chair made of oak and maple painted light green; nine spindles; legs, stretchers, and spindles are turned. Maple Windsor chair with nine spindles; slightly turned legs and stretchers; painted dark green. Pine of maple side chair with three slat back; top slat is notched; splint seat; turned posts; oval finials. Probably made in New England. Pine or maple side chair with three slat back; cylindrical finials; splint seat; worn velvet seat pad; turned front legs and stretchers. In 1993 seat pad was documented as missing. Maple side chair painted black; three half bannister back; turned posts and front stretchers; molded crest rail; gray rush seat. Maple side Chair painted black; three half bannister back; turned posts and front stretchers; molded crest rail; gray rush seat. William and Mary leather back Boston chair; maple turned legs and front stretchers; block feet; curved and molded crest rail; leather back splat and seat fastened with brass. Maple side chair with vase shape splat back chair; Chippendale style; curved crest rail; turned posts, front legs and front stretchers; rush seat; painted red. Giltwood ballroom sidechair. High Victorian style with molded arched crest rail; concave back with four baluster turned stiles. Round splayed front and back legs; two front legs are turned; four side stretchers and one turned front and one undecorated bac Folding chair with wood frame and black leather chair back and seat; metal hardware; leather covered nail heads; ladder back style chair; curule shaped legs for easy folding; two stretchers - one in front, one in back. Maple rocking chair painted black; rush seat painted red; three carved half back banisters; turned legs and turned front stretcher; turned posts and round finials. Donor inherited chair from Inherited from H.L. (Hazard) Brooks.

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

L 81.2.1

Chair, Wing

1760-1780

Unknown

Old State House, Newport, RI

Mahogany wing back chair with cabriole legs with pad feet, molding along edge of legs, cyma curve heavy stretchers; heavy, square, rear legs with interrupted chamfer, upholstered seat, back, and arms, vertical roll in arms. Probably made in Newport.

W 1988.1.1

Chair, Wing

circa 1760

Unknown

Clarke, Jeremiah, Mrs.

L 81.2.4

Chest

circa 1700

Unknown

W 1974.119.1

Chest

Undated

Unknown

W 1974.123.1

Chest

circa 1750

Unknown

W 1974.99.1

Chest

1660

Unknown

Old State House, Newport, RI Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1981.1.2

Chest

circa 1700

Unknown

Rhode Island Preservation Commission

W 33.1

Chest

Undated

Unknown

01.259

Chest Of Drawers 1760-1780

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Unknown

69.3

Chest Of Drawers 1760-1780

Townsend, John

1884.3.3

Chest Of Drawers 1750-1775

Unknown

59.1.6

Chest Of Drawers 1760-1780

Unknown

W 06.1

Chest of Drawers circa 1800

Unknown

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 34.5

Diam (in.) 0

Wing chair with concealed panel for chair to be used as a potty chair; hole in bottom with lift out panel under seat; upholstered in blue and white design cotton fabric; four square pine legs. Made in Rhode Island, possible Newport. Pine low chest on frame with single drawer, turned front feet; all parts are not original to piece. Painted black; sloping top; two iron handles on sides; iron fixtures on sides; iron lock fixture. marked with "M A H" on top in yellow. Leather covered wooden chest; two side handles; lined with may 1760 newspaper "The Publick Ledger". Large oak chest; dovetailing on corners; small leather straps on inside cover; heavy iron fixtures; shield or crest shaped lock fixture on front; iron latch held to top by three large iron nails. In 1998 this chest contained all bedding and garments from

21.5

32

0

0

45

0

9.5

12

0

25

47

0

20

20

0

Low pine chest on frame with a single drawer and turned front feet ending in a ball; brass fixtures; painted black. This piece is in a circa 1700 style but apparently is a more recent piece created from old parts. Painted gray-green pine chest with a sloping top.

18.25

45

0

0

21

0

0

33

0

0

42.5

0

0

38.75

20

0

36.5

0

41

36

0

Mahogany and white Pine low case of drawers, block front with ogee bracket feet and shaped top. Four graduated drawers. Probably made in Newport. Douglas, Helen Clarke, Mrs. Mahogany and chestnut chest-on-chest with ogee pediment. Four drawers in lower chest, three large and two small drawers in upper chest. Fluted bowl finials on fluted plinths, closed pediment, shaped panels below pediment, stop-fluted quarter columns on bo Townsend, Ellen Mahogany and white pine high chest with cabriole legs and ball-and-claw feet. Ogee pediment with closed bonnet. Scalloped skirt with carved shell. Probably made in Newport, RI. Decorative finial not original. Franklin, Ruth B. Mahogany and tulip three-drawer, serpentine front low chest of drawers with ogee bracket feet. Probably made in Newport. Wanton Lyman Hazard William and Mary style maple chest of drawers; two small drawers, three large House drawers; brass fixtures; mahogany stain; willow ogee feet. Porbably made in New England.

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

W 1974.3.3

Creator

Donor

Description

Chest of Drawers circa 1780

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.108.1

Chest, Blanket

1800-1899

Unknown

W 1974.115.1

Chest, Blanket

1800-1899

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House

69.4

Cradle

1825-1845

Unknown

Godwin, Elizabeth Love

W 141.1

Cradle

1763

Unknown

W 1974.105.1

Cradle

1724

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.116.1

Cradle

1700-1750

Unknown

W 1974.86.1

Cradle

circa 1725

Unknown

01.269

Desk

1765-1858

Goddard, John

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House Terry, Roderick, Dr.

Cherry chest of drawers with four long drawers and two short drawers; bracket feet; dovetailing on top; ten brass drawer handles; four brass keyholes; William and Mary style. Maple blanket chest painted green; rope handles; crack in top; covered compartment inside. Pine or maple blanket chest painted black; iron handles; dovetailing on corners; no legs. Marked with 'Samuel Powel, 1005 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Oct.3, 1860; Hw Have Powel, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa Oct. 188". Mahogany basket-type cradle on stand; swan's head on both ends of cradle, one end is broken off. Originally owned by family of Henry G. Marquand. Walnut cradle with dovetailing. Brass label states 'Mary Wanton 1763'. In 1998 bedding was moved to chest with ball feet. Pine cradle initialed 'H.C. 1724' on top in brass nail detail; handle on end; inside footboard is an incised circle with a seven point star; hole in bottom. Tag stating 'From Wm S. Sherman, 5 Kay Street'. Pine cradle with dovetailing. Tag states that it was used by Fanny Ward, daughter of Governor RichardW and wife of William Robinson. Walnut cradle with dovetailing and brass tacks on hood. Belonged To John Wanton.

32.1

Desk

1755-1780

Goddard, John

78.3

Desk

1750-1780

59.1.5

Desk

1780-1800

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Date

Length (in.) 44.25

Width (in.) 19.5

Diam (in.) 0

14.5

16.5

0

17.5

18

0

40.5

0

0

19

16

0

16

37

0

19

16

0

23

16

0

Mahogany and tulip slant front desk with three drawers, straight bracket feet, blocked 0 interior drawers, sliding well, sliding lid supports with carved bird's head terminals, and a brass label on back which reads: "made by Thomas Goddard/1765-1858/gift of

36

0

Hammett, William

White pine, red cedar and chestnut four-drawer desk with slender ogee bracket feet; 0 interior has block-front drawers with shell-carving; desk has sliding wooden locks in top drawer and sliding well on interior surface; plain brasses and lock escutcheons a

39.5

0

Townsend, Job

Cozzens, James Gould

38.5

0

Unknown

Franklin, Ruth B.

Desk: interior has blocked drawer fronts and carved shells; bookcase shelves have 0 ogee dividers. Ogee bracket feet, ogee pediment with closed bonnet. Bookcase has two paneled doors. Note: on top of desk, below bookcase, are signatures of Cozzens family, d Maple, red cedar, pine, tulip slant-top desk with ogee bracket feet, four drawers; some 0 of the desk interior is of red cedar. Plain (not bracketed) interior drawers of maple. Exposed dovetails on front of case; fine dovetails on top of case. Original ball

36

0

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

59.1.7

Desk

1785-1815

Unknown

Franklin, Ruth B.

83.1.8

Desk

1785-1800

Townsend, John

W 1974.75.1

Desk

1730-1750

Unknown

93.43.6

Desk, Slant-top

Undated

Goddard, Thomas

Rutherford, Leroy and Rutherford, Leroy, Mrs. Wanton Lyman Hazard House Unknown

01.501

Furniture, Doll

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

01.502

Furniture, Doll

Undated

Unknown

Robinson, Avis

01.509

Furniture, Doll

Undated

Unknown

Powel, Harford, Mrs.

01.51

Furniture, Doll

Undated

Unknown

01.936

Furniture, Doll

circa 1868

Philadelphia Stove Works Unknown

Unknown

01.971 01.972

Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll

Undated 1800-1899

Unknown Unknown

Unknown Price, Edith

01.976

Furniture, Doll

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

55.4 93.46

Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll

1800-1899 1800-1899

Unknown Unknown

Price, Edith Reeves, Elizabeth C., Mrs.

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Description

Length (in.) Mahogany square case of drawers with ogee bracket feet and beaded drawer edges; 0 large top drawer pulls out to form desk surface, and has fitted interior with small drawers; oval "George Washington" handles not original. Probably made in Newport, RI. Light colored slant top desk, stamped brasses, four drawers, bracket feet; interior has 0 small drawers, large drawers. Belonged to John Topham. Tiger maple slant top desk; three drawers and twelve pigeonholes inside; five drawers 0 outside. Desk of Peleg Peckham (May 1, 1710 - August 27, 1765). Miniature 3 drawer slant front desk; pigeon holed desk interior; graduating size 0 drawers; ogee bracket feet; exposed dovetailing on top and front; possibly a child's desk or a miniature desk to be used on another table. Drawers contain 2 small glass inkwe The miniature wing chair has a blue, beige and yellow print covering with a design of 0 cotton paisley. Antique model iron stove with eight burners and a griddle on the far right side. 0 Underneath is an oven with a functional door. At the back of the stove, a metal piece rises with decorations of flowers, scallop shells, and cornucopias. The piece has a shel

Width (in.) 41.5

Diam (in.) 0

39.5

0

36

0

16.75

0

6.5

0

9.25

0

Metal dollhouse piano has wooden keys, one candleholder on the right hand side. The 0 top of the piano lifts off to reveal mechanical components. Gold metal handle on the side of the piano winds it up to play "Quadrille De Laruden Vlo 3". Miniature metal stove with three burners. One burner is missing. The oven has double 0 doors, with "little fanny" written above. Beaded 19th century style furniture set in a circle on a brown rug with flowered pattern. 0 Sits on a wooden base and is covered by a glass dome. Furniture is made of light blue and maroon beads; yellow beaded basket on central table. Written in pencil unde

5.5

0

10

0

0

11

Miniature spinning wheel with 3 spooled legs; flax and string around wheel. Wooden armchair, baluster-turned back, stretchers and legs, rush woven eat, white (ivory?) Knob in top middle of back. Round wicker chair with wide, round top tapers down to arms, square front; bottom of chair (under seat) is same open weave as back of chair; two dark green satin pillows, remnants of gold paint on wicker. Miniature rectangular drop-leaf table, plain, legs have some carving. Miniature chest of drawers in simple empire style, varnished mahogany, backboard with voluted ends, and scroll valenced skirt. Made in Newport.

12 0

0 0

0 0

0

8

0

10 0

5.5 7.75

0 0

Furniture Collection

11/17/2011


as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

2000.3

Furniture, Doll

Undagted

Unknown

Unknown

2010.14.12 2010.14.15 2010.14.16 2010.14.17.1 2010.14.17.2

Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Putnam, Elizabeth Titus

Toy wooden tall clock case, carved and painted. Outline of door and columns are painted on. The clock face is a painted piece of paper that has been glued and nailed onto the wood. Back of the toy clock is smooth. Carved on back of base is a house flanked A cast brass miniature candlestick with stick screws in base. Lathe turned miniature for dollhouse. Ivory two-sided comb mounted to red stained ivory handle. A Rococo gilt wood frame with plaster ornamentation. A gilt brass and blue enamel frame with floral and ribbon design at top and bottom.

2010.14.17.3 2010.14.7.1

Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll

Unknown Unknown

Unknown Unknown

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Putnam, Elizabeth Titus

2010.14.7.2

Furniture, Doll

Unknown

Unknown

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus

2010.14.7.3

Furniture, Doll

Unknown

Unknown

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus

2010.14.8

Furniture, Doll

Unknown

Unknown

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus

2010.14.9 34.4.1

Furniture, Doll Furniture, Doll

Unknown circa 1844

Unknown Goddard, Thomas

Putnam, Elizabeth Titus Eberly, Edwina

34.4.2

Furniture, Doll

circa 1844

Goddard, Thomas

Eberly, Edwina

71.1.1

Furniture, Doll

1800-1830

Unknown

Hart, Dr. & Mrs. Stanley

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 1.25

Diam (in.) 0

0 0 3.5 0 0

1.375 1 1.063 3.5 2.75

0 0 0 0 0

1.5 5.75

0 0

5.75

0

5.75

0

9

0

3 3.25

0 0

3

0

0

0

A stamped brass frame with glass and embossed gilt board mat. 0 A miniature bearskin rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the 10.25 shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to purple velvet or velveteeen ground fabric with zig zag edges (low pile). Cream ribbon attached to fro A miniature bearskin rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the 10.5 shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to green velvet or velveteeen ground fabric with zig zag edges (low pile). 10.5 A miniature bearskin rug made for a dollhouse. Made of light brown fur cut in the shape of a bear. Glass eyes and manufactured nose and mouth. Adhered to black felted wool ground with zig zag edges. A white piece of fur (possibly rabbit) with a small black area. Basted by hand to a plain 9.75 weave base (probably cotton) in a circular formation. Twill tape at one edge, where fur is curling. A finely woven minature basket made of split reeds. 0 Wooden toy armchair painted with brown varnish and a yellow stripe around seat, 3.5 down back slats and across back rails. Label on bottom of seat reads: 'Made for Mrs. John O. Peckham (Matilda Allen) by her great-grandfather Thos. Goddard. Gift(?) E. Eberly. Wooden toy side chair painted with brown varnish with a yellow stripe around seat, 3 down back slats and across back rails. Made for Mrs. John O. Peckham (Matilda Allen) by her great-grandfather Thos. Goddard. Gift(?) E. Eberly. Made for Mrs. John O. Peckha Miniature pearlware teapot decorated with yellow bands and blue flowers connected 0 with brown scalloped band with small dark orange dots in between. Teapot has a cover. Part of a tea set: #71.1.1 teapot, #71.1.2 creamer and #71.1.3 teacup and saucer.

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

Length (in.) Miniature pearlware creamer decorated with yellow bands and blue flowers connected 0 with brown scalloped band with small dark orange dots in between. Part of a tea set: #71.1.1 teapot, #71.1.2 creamer and #71.1.3 teacup and saucer.

Width (in.) 0

Diam (in.) 0

71.1.2

Furniture, Doll

1800-1830

Unknown

Hart, Dr. & Mrs. Stanley

71.1.3

Furniture, Doll

1800-1830

Unknown

Hart, Dr. & Mrs. Stanley

Miniature parlware cup and saucer decorated with yellow bands and blue flowers 0 connected with brown scalloped band with small dark orange dots in between. Teacup is handleless and has a saucer. Miniature round pedestal table, hourglass-shaped rattan supports, green corded fabric 0 on top and base. made in Wakefield, MA. Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Miniature delicate settee, graceful rattan curves from back, sides, and seat support; 0 green corded fabric seat cover. Made in Wakefield, MA. Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs.

0

0

91.54.1

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

0

4

91.54.2

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

7.5

0

91.54.3

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

Miniature arm chair; elegantly curved arms; intricate back pattern suggests scissor 3.5 handles; green corded fabric seat cover. Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Made in Wakefield, MA.

2.875

0

91.54.4

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

2.5

0

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

2.5

0

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

2.5

0

91.54.7

Furniture, Doll

circa 1860

Wakefield Rattan Company

Hazard, Thomas, Mrs.

2.5

0

34.1.8

Highchair

1700-1730

Easton, Jonathan

Wilbour, Theodora

0

0

W 1974.35.1

Highchair

1750-1800

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

2.5 Miniature side chair, graceful rattan curves form backs. Green corded seat covers. Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Made in Wakefield, MA. Miniature side chair, graceful rattan curves form backs. Green corded seat covers. 2.5 Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Made in Wakefield, MA. 2.5 Miniature side chair, graceful rattan curves form backs. Green corded seat covers. Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Made in Wakefield, MA. Miniature side chair, graceful rattan curves form backs. Green corded seat covers. 2.5 Part of a set including: #91.54.1 table, #91.54.2 settee, #91.54.3 arm chair, #91.54.4-.7 side chairs. Made in Wakefield, MA. Child's high chairmade of ash; turned stretchers, stiles and arms; back has two slats; 0 front and rear styles end with knob-like turnings; original rush seat. Attributed to Jonathan Easton, Newport. who reportedly made the chair in 1743. Maple or pine high chair with curved crest rail; nine spindles; foot rest; stained red; 14 yellow stripes down legs and around seat.

91.54.5

Furniture, Doll

91.54.6

11

0

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Furniture Collection

11/17/2011


as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

L 93.27.1

Mirror

Undated

Unknown

Preservation Society of Newport County

Gitlwood Victorian wall mirror designed to stand on the floor. On either side of mirror are turned and carved pilasters with many sections; pilasters are detailed with garlands on the lower half and a chex-and-dot pattern on the top, at the center of the

W 59.1

Mirror

Undated

Unknown

31.4.7

Pedestal

1825-1850

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Creighton, G. Rosalie

01.778

Pulls

Undated

Unknown

Unknown

96.57 AB

Secretary

circa 1850

Coe, Adam S.

Haire, Grace M.

L 08.1.1

Settee

1800-1815

Unknown

Powell, Mary Edith

W 1974.20.1

Settee

1780-1820

Unknown

75.1.3

Sideboard

1785-1815

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House Lang, Leslie, Rev.

31.4.8

Sofa

circa 1825

Unknown

Creighton, G. Rosalie

L 81.2.5

Sofa

1810-1820

Unknown

2001.3

Stool

1837-1848

Foster, Paulina

Old State House, Newport, RI Foster, John

W 03.1 W 04.1

Stool Stool

Undated Undated

Unknown Unknown

W 05.1

Stool

Undated

Unknown

Chippendale style mirror; frame is maple; decorative carved piece above mirror is mahogany. Mahogany fold-top card table on lyre-shaped pedestal; platform base has four scrollshaped feet with acanthus leaves and paw feet; carved flowers on corners of apron and side of base. Two round knobs with Oliver Hazard Perry's face painted on them, white background; mounted in wood base. Two piece secretary, top (b), bottom (a). Bottom of desk contains three drawers, bottom two drawers have two knobs each. Drawer above these two drawers does not have knobs. Drop-front desk above the three drawers. Front feet are scrolled, back feet are re Windsor-style settee Probably made of ash and pine; four pairs of legs; four back sections; two arms; all turnings are in bamboo style; black and some gold paint; on bottom is the donor's name and date in black paint. High back pine; five sections make up the back; curved sides; blue and white cushion on seat. Mahogany and white pine sideboard with serpentine-front, federal-style, with veneer panels and stringing; two drawers four hinged doors; six oval stamped brasses; bellflower design on four legs; second leg from right has been cut down at top and reattache Empire-style sofa with carved feet; faded silk damask upholstery; seat rail continues to form arms at either end. Probably made in America. Mahogany federal-style sofa with reeding on turned front legs, arms, and seat rail. Carved back in Duncan Phyfe style. Round Quaker footstool used by children during Quaker meetings. Wooden base, carpet covering, sawdust filling. Carpet covering is light and dark brown, red, pink and white. Fabric on top of stool appears to be newer (presumably from shoe wear). Top fabric Three legged stool with multi colored upholstered top; round in shape. Rectangular pine stool with side overhang; legs made by cutting a triangle into a rectangle piece; bottom not painted; stool painted black. Painted green; three legged stool; rectangular top.

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Greene, A.L., Mrs. Wanton Lyman Hazard House Wanton Lyman Hazard House

Furniture Collection

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 27

Diam (in.) 0

0

14

0

0

36

0

0

0

2

43.5

0.5

0

61.5

0

0

15

38.5

0

73

0

0

0

62.5

0

0

76

0

0

0

10.5

0 0

6.5 0

0 0

11

9

0

11/17/2011


as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

01.261

Table

1700-1725

Unknown

Unknown

01.263

Table

1785-1815

Unknown

01.274

Table

1795-1815

Weaver, Holmes

1884.3.1

Table

1740-1760

Unknown

1884.3.2

Table

1740-1760

Unknown

28.3.2

Table

1755-1785

Unknown

56.1.3

Table

circa 1840

Unknown

Dunn, Robert

59.1.8

Table

1815-1825

Unknown

Franklin, Ruth B.

61.1.5

Table

1760-1780

Unknown

Peckham, Antoinette S.

71.5.1

Table

circa 1862

Unknown

Fox, Lillian Deblois, Mrs.

L 93.67

Table

1690-1725

Unknown

Rhode Island School of Design

W 1949.3.3

Table

Undated

Unknown

Preservation Society of Newport County

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Description

Gate-leg table made of maple and mahogany in William and Mary style; balusterturned legs and stretchers, with rings, urns and blocks; much wear on stretchers and feet; legs painted black (not original); top replaced. Unknown Mahogany and chestnut fold-top card table with curved shape and convex front; veneer and stringing; four square-tapered legs, also with stringing and inlay. Made in Newport, RI. Unknown Mahogany and white pine rectangular drop-leaf table, leaves are rectangular; one veneered drawer with cock beading; one imitation drawer; each veneered "drawer" has empire style brass pulls (prob. replaced). Made by Holmes Weaver (1769-1848), Newport. Pap Townsend, Ellen Mahogany large-drop-leaf dining table in Queen Ann style; sharp kneed cabriole legs; pad feet; brass plate on top with provenance: "mahogany Dutch foot table/presented by/Miss Ellen Townsend/4th descent from/Capt. Nicholas Easton". Probably made in Newpor Townsend, Ellen Mahogany rectangular tea table with squared cabriole legs and pointes slipper feet. Molding around edge of top. Probably made in Newport. Wilmarth, Annie Chase, Mrs. Mahogany table; tripod-based, tilt-top tea table; columnar shaft has spiral-turned base; birdcage at top of shaft; plain feet; top added. Donor was great-granddaughter of Solomon Southwick, who lived in Newport around the time of the revolution. Probably Mahogany-veneered card table in the late empire style; fold-over top supported by urnshaped pedestal with carved leafy volutes; four scroll-shaped legs attach to pedestal base and terminate in brass hairy paw feet. Mahogany rectangular drop-leaf table; each leaf is scalloped with rounded corners; four straight tapered legs; one drawer with bran knob and cock beading. Probably made in Newport, RI. Mahogany large drop-leaf dining table with four sharp-edged cabriole legs; ball-andclaw feet have undercut talons. Probably made in Newport, RI. Pedestal-base table with round top; top is marquetry, with wood in geometric pattern of squares giving a trompe-l'oeil effect. Attributed to cooper aboard ship "Merlin", 1862. Maker is attributed to "Cooper, Aboard the Ship Merlin". Walnut gate leg table; rectangular top; rectangular leaves; small drawer under top; each leaf made of three sections; spindle and ring turned legs and stretchers; top and leaf support have been replaced. Probably made in New England. RISD accession number Oval top; shoe feet; turned legs and stretchers; trestle base.

Furniture Collection

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 38.5

Diam (in.) 0

0

36

0

30.75

0

0

48

0

0

0

29.75

20

0

0

28

0

0

0

32.75

0

0

0

50

0

0

0

34.5

28.75

17

0

29

25

0

11/17/2011


as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

W 1974.36.1

Table

circa 1720

Unknown

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

W 1974.39.1

Table

1720-1740

Unknown

L 95.1

Table, Card

1769-1848

Weaver, Holmes

Wanton Lyman Hazard House King, Peter and King, Lynd

Pine stained or painted brown; vase and ring turned legs; straight rectangular stretchers; top appears to have been painted black. Carvings on bottom: 'G' and possible 'R'. Tavern table; once painted light green; breadboard ends; pencil post legs; curved 28 support on one side. Probably made in New England. Mahogany card table with label on skirt. Edge of top has a border of cross-banded 0 veneer. The various sections of the skirt have sections of light wood. Central panel and bottom of skirt have inlays patterned with both light and dark woods. Holmes Weaver

2000.16 A-C

Table, Dining

1800-1850

Unknown

Ebbs, Nancy

98.18.1

Table, Dining

1740-1760

Unknown

W 142.1

Table, Dining

Undated

Unknown

W 1974.72.1

Table, Dining

circa 1720

Unknown

93.43.9

Table, Game

Undated

Unknown

Crane, Stephen and Crane, Walnut Queen Anne dining table with two drop leaves and two swing legs; turned Elaine tapered legs ending in platform pad feet. Leaves corners are rounded off (this was probably done at a later date). Chalk inscription on bottom of table top 'George Gibbs' (d. 1 Walnut gate leg table; rectangular top; half circle leaves; vase and ring turned legs and Wanton Lyman Hazard House stretchers; leaves are in two pieces. Wanton Lyman Hazard Walnut gate leg table; top has been replaced; folding gate leg has vase and ring House turnings; small drawer on one end. Probably made in New England. Unknown Folding card table with rounded corners and reeded trim on apron; medallion on apron is pinecone motif with bees in brass; legs are spirally turned supports over arched pedestal terminating in brass casters with a leaf motif; circular leaf motif on leg su

71.5.2

Table, Sewing

circa 1850

Unknown

Fox, Lillian Deblois, Mrs.

70.3

Table, Tea

1760-1780

Unknown

Walton, John S.

29.1.2

Table, Tea

1740-1760

Unknown

Greene, Augusta and Greene, Susan

W 1974.66.1

Table, Tea

circa 1720

Townsend-Goddard

Wanton Lyman Hazard House

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Length (in.) 26

Width (in.) 26

Diam (in.) 0

24

0

0

0

0.75

0

47

0.375

0

0

0

0

16.5

30

0

35.75

19.5

0

0

23

0

0

0

33.4

23

0

0

14

26

0

Mahogany dining table in three parts. A is the rectangular shaped center part with two 42.5 drop-leafs on the long sides. B and C are semicircular ends that attach to piece a on the long ends. All three pieces have four legs with vertical carved lines. The tab

Mahogany tripod pedestal base, spiral-turned shaft; gothic influenced style; table has veneered, hinged lid; inside is fitted for storage of sewing materials; original Berlinwork pincushion; some interior compartments have lids with ivory handles. Mahogany round, tilt-top tea table with stop-fluted column, dish top, tripod pedestal base, plain feet. Mahogany rectangular tea table with four turned "cabriole" legs with pad feet; corners of top are shaped with rounded notches. Used as communion table by Moravian Church of Newport. Probably made in Newport, RI. Mahogany Queen Anne tea tray; cabriole legs; pad feet.

Furniture Collection

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as of 11/17/2011

Furniture Collection Object ID

Object name

Date

Creator

Donor

Description

16.5.1

Wardrobe

circa 1790

French

Stanton, Nathaniel G., Dr.

Large two-door mahogany wardrobe constructed of framed mahogany panels; four decorative, turned, cylinder-shaped hinges, each c. 12" long; "french scroll" feet, with molding that extends across skirt, which is ornately scrolled on front and sides of case;

Newport Historical Society 82 Touro St., Newport, RI 02840

Furniture Collection

Length (in.) 0

Width (in.) 55

Diam (in.) 0

11/17/2011

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