Pennsylvania Museum bulletin Volume 17, no. 68
by Peter C. Sutton, Philadelphia Museum Of Art
ISBN 1130706869 (1-130-70686-9)
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ...left of handle. Lent by Miss Susan Parrish Wharton. 178 Cream pitcher. Pear shaped; scalloped rim; three club feet; double scroll handle. Engraved reversed cipher "SH". Ht. 4 in. Wt. 4oz. 8. Maker's mark "IR" in rectangle. Lent anonymously. 179 Goblet. Small vase; square base; moulded lip. Engraved foliate monogral. "MB". Plate V. Ht. 4%in. Wt. 4oz. 5. Maker's mark "JR" in rectangle twice on base. Lent by Miss Mary Evans. 180 Bowl. Moulded base with band of beading on edge; a moulded band with beading at rim. Decorated with an engraved band on the outside of the bowl; bright-cut escutcheon bearing the arms of Willing. Dia. 6H in. Wt. 14 oz. 6 dwt. Maker's mark "JR" in rectangle twice on bottom. Lent anonymously. Bowl used by Bishop White at the christening of Joshua Francis Fisher. 181 Waiter. Plain; pie-crust rim; four club feet. Engraved on bottom in block letters "H. Emlen, 1740. S. L. Fisher. E. F. W." Dia. 12% in. Wt. 36 oz. 19. Maker's mark "IR" in oval three times on bottom. Lent by Mrs. John Cadwalader. 182 Tankard. Tapering body; moulded base and lip; domed lid; acorn finial. Presumably altered at a later date by the addition of an open spout and wooden handle. The lip moulding is continuous, with the spout and moulding added in front and an opening cut V-shaped in the upper third of the front. Ht. 8% in. Wt. 30 oz. 13. Maker's mark "I R" Roman capitals in rectangle preceded by a smaller "I R" in rectangle by the rim to left of handle. Lent by Mrs. Arthur W. Howell. 183 Flagon. Miniature. Pear shape; moulded foot; reeded midband; spout with moulded lip; dome cover; scroll handle; turned finial. Engraved block letters "E H" on handle. Plate V. Ht. 4K ...
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