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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.1
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.2
Sidechair B5
Marcel Breuer
1926-27
98.23
B6 chair
Marcel Breuer
1929
98.24
Mirror
English
ca. 1760
94.109
Kettle stand
English
ca. 1760
94.110
Side Chair
Irish
ca. 1730
91.243.1
Jacquard coverlet
J. Irwin
1858
81.18
Kast (cabinet)
Dutch
ca. 1640 - 50
91.64
Bookmark
Workshop of Karl Fabergé (1846-1920)
Before 1899
97.44.68
Teapot and stand
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1730-35
91.101.7
Sofa
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
ca. 1810- 20
2005.180
Corner Cabinet
E. W. Godwin
ca. 1875
2013.21
Shaker chair
Shaker
ca. 1830
2000.47
Chest over three drawers
Shaker
ca. 1810 - 30
99.49
Cylindrical box with domed cover
Flemish
17th century
65.84
Chest over drawers
Unknown artist
ca. 1750-90
2000.160
Coverlet:  double compass pattern
Unknown artist
19th century
33.276
Coverlet:  sun, moon and stars pattern
Unknown artist
19th century
33.277
Coverlet:  Snowballs and Pine Trees
Unknown artist
early 19th century
33.281
Coverlet:  Stars and Pine Tree Pattern
Unknown artist
19th century
33.282
Coverlet:  Peacocks Feeding Their Young
Unknown artist
mid 19th century
33.283
Crazy Quilt
Lura Jeannette Stowe
ca. 1885
75.13
Coverlet:  Lee's Surrender Pattern
Unknown artist
19th century
33.278
Tablecloth
German
19th century
81.104
Piano Throw; Crazy Quilt
Unknown artist
ca. 1887
76.27
Crazy quilt
Fannie Robinson
late 19th-early 20th century
96.43
Stand for a finger bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1760-62
94.103.183
Tablecloth
Swedish
ca. 1880
84.79
Silver table
English
ca. 1760
91.269
Fan
Belgian
late 19th-early 20th century
SC80.6
Duchesse and Point de Gaze Fan
Belgian
second half 19th century
65.45
Triptych screen - Passion scenes
German
16th-17th century
67.36
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.