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Pewter Single Reed Plate
Nathaniel Austin (active 1763 to 1800)
Charlestown, MA - SOLD


Antique Pewter Single Reed Plate by Nathaniel Austin, Massachusetts, entire view

Diameter: 12 1/8”

365-226 - SOLD




Pewter Lidded Salt
American, possibly 19th century - SOLD


Antique Pewter Lidded Salt, American, 19th Century, entire view

Salt with lid that sits inside of the mouth, with beehive-like knop. Excellent exterior condition with some interior pitting, original surface patina.
H: 2 7/8” Diameter: 3”

SOLD

365-284




Pewter Single Reed Plate
Joseph Danforth (active 1780 to 1788)
American - SOLD


Antique Pewter Single Reed Plate by Joseph Danforth, American, entire view

Diameter: 8”

365-229 - SOLD




Mid 19th century - SOLD


Antique Pewter Soup Tureen, Mid 19th Century, entire view

Large, engraved soup tureen.
H: 9.5” Diameter: 12”

365-293 - SOLD




Pewter Pap Boat
Possibly American, 18th century - SOLD


Antique Pewter Pap Boat, Possibly American, 18th Century, entire view

Rare pap boat, unmarked but genuine. Used condition, original surface patina.
L: 4 1/8” Width” 2 3/8” D: 7/8”

365-281 - SOLD




American Pewter Plate, 8"
Edward Danforth,
Middletown & Hartford, Connecticut
(1788 to 1794), Jacobs 84 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Plate, 8-inch diameter, Edward Danforth, Circa 1788 to 1794, entire view

(Bends to rim, fine etching on rim; 8” diameter.)

SOLD

1096-76




Pewter Porringer, Boardman and Co.,
New York, Crown Handle, 5”
Jacobs 39 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Porringer by Boardman and Co., New York, entire view

(Diameter: 5”)

SOLD

660-28




Antique Pewter Porringer, Samuel Hamlin Jr.,
Providence, Rhode Island, 5”, Jacobs 1635 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Porringer by Samuel Hamlin Jr., Rhode Island, entire view

(Diameter: 5.5”)

SOLD

660-27




American Pewter Charger,
Gershom Jones, Providence, Rhode Island,
1774 to 1809, Jacobs 175 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Charger, Gershom Jones, Rhode Island, 1774 to 1809, entire view

(Diameter: 14.75”)

1096-51 - SOLD




Pewter Sugar Bowl, Lidded, Floral Cast Handles Unique to Maker, Rare
Marked H. HALE & Co / WALLINGFORD (Connecticut)
Hiram and Charles Yale, Yalesville, Connecticut (1824 to 1835) - SOLD


Pewter Sugar Bowl, Lidded, Floral Cast Handles Unique to Maker, Rare, entire view

(Very Good condition commensurate with age and use: H: 5"; W: 8.5"; D: 6")

365-176 - SOLD




Antique American Pewter Quart Mug,
Thomas Danforth III, Connecticut,
Middletown, possibly Wethersfield (1777 to 1818)
Rare Double Mark - SOLD
Jacobs, page 80, numbers 114 and 115


Antique Quart Pewter Mug by Thomas Danforth III, 19th Century, angle view

Rarely encountered with the combination of marks as described; small “rampant lion in circle” touchmark is found within the interior on bottom; the mark was used by Thomas Danforth II (1755-1782) and Thomas Danforth III while in Middletown and possibly Wethersfield (1777-1783). Also displaying the impressed "T. D" mark within rectangle to left of handle just below rim. (H: 6”)

SOLD

365-317




6.25” Pewter Plate, by TD&SB, Thomas Danforth Boardman and Sherman Boardman
Hartford, Connecticut, Circa 1830 to 1840 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Plate, 6.25-inch diameter, Danforth and Boardman, Circa 1830 to 1840, entire view

(Labeling tape residue on back; diameter: 6.25”)

1096-43 - SOLD




Pewter Pint Mug by Boardman and Hart, New York, (in partnership 1827 to 1847)
Jacobs 47 - SOLD


Antique Pewter Pint Mug by Boardman and Hart, New York, entire view

660-25 - SOLD




Pair of 19th Century Footed Pewter Cups, Scrolled Handles Chalices, Attrib. Boardman’s
Almost all Boardman chalices are unmarked - SOLD


Antique Pair of 19th Century Footed Pewter Cups, Attributed to Boardman's, pair view 1

Likely Boardman and Company (circa 1825 to 1827), New York City and Hartford, Connecticut; Lucius Hart (1803-1871) & Thomas D. Boardman (1784-1873). Confident attribution supported by stylistic and dimensional congruity to a marked Boardman example. See 'A Marked Boardman Chalice,' PCCA Bulletin, vol. 4, pg. 187, figs. 1-3.

660-26 - SOLD




Pair of 5” Pewter Beakers by Timothy Boardman, New York City, 1822 to 1824
Jacobs 49 - SOLD


Antique Pair of Five Inch Pewter Beakers by T. Boardman, 1822 to 1824, pair view

660-24 - SOLD




9” Pewter Plate, Joseph Danforth (Sr.), Lion-in-Gateway Mark, Crowned Initials
Middletown, Connecticut (1780 to 1788) - SOLD


Antique Pewter Plate, 9-inch diameter, Joseph Danforth Sr., Connecticut, entire view

(Diameter: 9”)

1096-45 - SOLD




Pewter Teapot Stand, Unmarked, American or English, Late 18th Century
Neoclassical Engraving, Footed - SOLD


Pewter Teapot Stand, Unmarked, American or English, Late 18th Century, entire view

(Very good condition; H: .75"; W: 7.25"; D: 5.25")

365-197 - SOLD




Pewter, Oval Teapot, Israel Trask, Straight Tapered Spout, Bright Cut Engraved
Beverly, Massachusetts (1807 to 1856) Circa 1813
A clean early Federal example with good "I. TRASK" maker's mark to underside - SOLD


Pewter, Oval Teapot, Israel Trask, Straight Tapered Spout, Bright Cut Engraved
Beverly, Massachusetts (1807 to 1856) Circa 1813, entire view

(A fine example in original condition; 6.25 by 10.25 by 3.5")

365-196 - SOLD




Pewter Teapot, William Savage, Middletown, Connecticut, Circa 1837 to 1840
Bearing touch on base - SOLD


Pewter Teapot by William Savage of Connecticut, Circa 1837 to 1840, entire view

(Couple scattered dings otherwise excellent original condition; H: 8.5")

1096-52 - SOLD




Pewter, Sugar Bowl, Rare Cafeteria Form, Strap Handles, George Richardson
Fine Unmarked Example, Boston 1818 to 1828, Cranston, Rhode Island 1828 to 1845 - SOLD


Pewter, Sugar Bowl, Rare Cafeteria Form, Strap Handles, George Richardson
Fine Unmarked Example, Boston 1818 to 1828, entire view

(H: 6.5")

SOLD

365-178




Pewter Basin, Boardman, Thomas Danforth, 8"
Hartford, Connecticut
1805 to 1850
A small pewter basin; Jacobs mark 38, impressed beaded eagle - SOLD


Pewter Basin, Boardman, Thomas Danforth, 8''
Hartford, Connecticut
1805 to 1850, entire view

(H: 1.75", diameter: 8")

336-130 - SOLD




Pewter Measure, Half Gallon
CM for Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1730 to 1760 - SOLD


Pewter Measure, Half Gallon
CM for Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1730 to 1760, entire view

English form, but most likely American made based on bud thumb piece and shape of lid attachment. Repairs to handle and belly seam.
Dimensions: H: 11".

514-217 - SOLD




Pewter Plate, Richard Lee (1788 to 1820) or Richard Lee Jr. (1795 to 1816)
Springfield, Vermont (Also, Massachusetts and New Hampshire)
Jacobs 199 - SOLD


Pewter Plate, Richard Lee (1788 to 1820) or Richard Lee Jr. (1795 to 1816)
Springfield, Vermont (Also, Massachusetts and New Hampshire)
Jacobs 199, entire view

See Magazine Antiques, May 1928, Richard Lee, Pewterer by Harold Rugg
(Dimensions: 8" diameter.)

SOLD

904-16





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