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Title: [baby spoon]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.76
Creator: Rogers Company
Creation Date: 1920
Description: Small spoon believed to be a baby spoon, made by Rogers Company, with patent date of 1920; Cardinal pattern. Spoon is silver plated with large, oval-shaped and shallow bowl and short handle. Handle is slightly curved. Handle widens toward end where it is notched on sides with triangular point. Manufacturer information on back of stem.

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Title: [bread and butter plate]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.46
Creator: Japan
Creation Date: 1920-1940
Description: Bread and butter sized plate made in Japan, ca. 1920-1940. Plate has Blue Willow ceramic pattern. Plate is round with recessed foot rim. Sides extend up at a slant above curve around center. Underside is glazed and white and undecorated. Upper surface is decorated with dark blue illustration at center of pagoda style building with trees around it on right side and smaller buildings, boat, and illustraiton of three human figures walking on bridge to a small building on left. At center two are a pair of birds with outstretched wings. Rim edge is decorated with series of circles with blue dot centers. Remainder of rim edge has repeating design of curlicues and foliage like forms with background of diamond forms with blue dot offcenter in each. Stamped in black letters on center of base: Japan.

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Title: [cake stand]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.36
Creation Date: 1900-1940?
Description: Two-tiered serving stand for cakes, sandwiches, etc., ca. 1900-1940. Manufacturer unknown. Stand consists of two identical porcelain plates, lower one larger than other, attached at center to central support rod made of gold tone metal. At top is triangular handle hold. Each plate is round with stylized scalloped and raised edges. Each with a raised round base ring. Edges are gilded. Surface of each is completely decorated with blue paisley like decoration of flowers, leaves, curlicue forms in shades of blue, tan, and black on white background. Printed in black letters on base of each plate: P.R.-10.1.

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Title: [calling card tray]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.65
Creator: Japan
Creation Date: ca. 1900-1940?
Description: Calling card tray, ca. 1900-1940, possibly made in Japan of copper sheet metal. Roughly rectangular with raised sides. Color is predominantly red brown with gold applied to some raised and decorated areas. Design of open scroll showing scroll ends on either end. Along side the ends are leaves and flowers in relief. Central design has many raised areas and shows large multipetaled flowers to left. On right side is scene of small houses with raised roofs, ornamental trees and Mt. Fujiyama in distance. Two figures in a boat are in foreground. Flower design at center top extends over edge. Underside has applied silver substance applied in streaks. No visible manufacturer marks.

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Title: [candy dish/trinket dish]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.42
Creation Date: ca. 1900-1950
Description: Small candy dish or dish for trinkets or jewelry, ca. 1900-1950. Manufacturer unknown; made of white glazed porcelain. Dish is almost round. Dish has round raised base edge, upward curving sides that flare out slightly and end in an undulating and scalloped edge. On one side is small fingersized handle that curls back into dish edge. Molded into sides are feather and scroll like forms that follow the scalloping of the rim. Rim edge is decorated with feathery gilding. On surface there are small decals of purple, multipetaled flowers with small leaves. A group of three flowers is at center with smaller pink flowers with green leaves around the flat surface of the dish.

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Title: [clamp]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.71
Creation Date: 1890-1930
Description: Clamp (?), possibly used by Ada Bel Tutton Gifford in hat making, 1890-1930. Parts include: a) clamp; b) wedge. Clamp made of two pieces of wood held together at center with small metal ring. One end is tapered to rounded point. Opposite end is wider and held open by a small wedge inserted into the gap. Small drilled holes along edge of one side on one piece. Areas are blackened at tips and around holes.

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Title: [compote/trinket dish]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.29
Creation Date: 1906-1911
Description: Small compote or trinket dish made by Noritake/Morimura Brothers, Japan, 1906-1911. White porcelain with round base with short stem extending to wider and round, shallow bowl at top. Pair of small curved and gilded handles on either side. Interior of bowl has handpainted decoration in gilding, of floral like design in three places and over band below rim of H like forms. Rim edge is gilded with row of beading and row of larger green and pink enameled dots in gold circles below band. Outer rim edge and base edge also gilded with beading. Backstamp on base is green, with large "RC" for "Royal Crockery" at center. Printed around circle: Noritake Nippon/ handpainted. Compote may once have had a lid.

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Title: [cream pitcher]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.13
Creator: Japan
Creation Date: ca. 1900-1940
Description: Small cream pitcher made in Japan, ca. 1900-1940; possibly made by Lefton China. Made of white porcelain. Pitcher has round base edge, round bulging body that tapers into narrow neck. Neck extends up and has large curved spout opposite smaller and shorter back edge that is in front of handle. Handle is an inverted C shape with support on bottom. Back edge is scalloped and sides are decorated with line of gilding. Rim edges of pitcher are scalloped and decorated with line of gilding. Neck decoration has slight ribbing that extends up to rim scallops. Each rib edge is gilded. Area between alternates between pale yellow color and white which gives a light blue cast. Body decorated with gold decals (?) of multipetaled flowers, some gilded and some with white centers and loose leaves which are scattered around body. Possibly used as a bud vase.

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Title: [cream pitcher]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.21
Creator: Doulton & Co. (Ltd).
Creation Date: 1892-ca. 1905
Description: Cream pitcher made by Doulton & Co., Burslem, England, 1892-ca. 1905. With Watteau flow blue transfer print pattern showing two different scenes. Pitcher has small round base with raised neck. Round body with C shaped handle and high curved lip. Printed to right of handle is illustration of woman playing mandolin and man lying next to her with music (?). To left of handle is illustration of woman seated with mandolin at her side and man standing in front of her. Both figures wear clothing from the late 1700s. Foliage around them. Rim edge and base edge decorated with scroll motif. Handle exterior has series of lines extending down length and "X" shape at top. Dark blue maker's mark in use from 1895 to the 1930s.

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Title: [cream pitcher]
Catalog Id: 2013.113.19
Creator: Czechoslovakia
Creation Date: 1918-1938
Description: Small cream pitcher from Czechoslovakia, 1918-1938. Mold made, with flat round base, sides that taper inward slightly toward round flat rim with extended spout. On one side is long curving handle. Narrow blue line around rim edge on both sides. On side to left of handle is blue illustration of three sail boat type boats.

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