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Decorative Arts & Design
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.1
Armchair
Jean-Baptiste Sené
ca. 1795-1800
97.44.1.2
Pad Pad
Jeffry Mitchell
2012
2012.14.2
Heron
Bow Porcelain Manufactory, London, England
ca. 1750
69.396.1
Tankard
Jeremiah Dummer
ca. 1685
2014.24.16
Tankard
Tiffany & Co.
1893
2014.24.42
Tea Caddy
Phillips Garden
1753
90.59
Hot Water Kettle, Stand and Lamp
John Eckfourd II
1739
85.62
Hexagonal tea caddy (originally called Canister)
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1710-13
69.177
Flower vase (cuvette)
French, Vincennes
1755 - 56
99.8
Kast (cabinet)
Dutch
ca. 1640 - 50
91.64
The Voyage of a Prince
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.2
A Prince Enthroned
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.3
Corner Cabinet
E. W. Godwin
ca. 1875
2013.21
Hot Water Jug and Warmer Stand
Paul Storr
early-mid 19th century
2014.31
Elevator screen from the Chicago Stock Exchange
Louis Sullivan
ca. 1893-94
2008.81
Tea and Coffee Service
John Marshall
2008-09
2009.37.1 - 5
Audience of a Prince
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.4
Shaker chair
Shaker
ca. 1830
2000.47
Siege of the Castle of Love
French
ca. 1320-50
49.37
Chest over three drawers
Shaker
ca. 1810 - 30
99.49
Hello Hello
Jeffry Mitchell
2012
2012.14.1
Tapestry of America
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.1
Tapestry of Asia
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.2
Tapestry of Africa
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.3
The Nursing Mother (La Nourrice)
Louis-Simon Boizot
1774
69.137
Le Déjeuner  (Breakfast)
Louis-Simon Boizot
1775
69.138
Teapot
English, Chelsea
ca. 1750-53
76.213
Tankard
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1720
69.192
Dish
Chinese
ca. 1723-35
47.151
Cup
Chinese
late 17th century
35.227.1
Fluted vase
English, Worcester
ca. 1752
94.103.1
Vase
Emile Gallé
late 19th century
95.120
Garniture of five vases
Metal Pot Factory
ca. 1710
54.81
Square bottle
Japanese, Arita
18th century
76.99
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