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Teapot

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Provenance

Buhler Entry: Prudence Chester (1699-1780), m. Colonel John Stoddard of Northampton; their daughter Prudence (1734-1822), m. Sheriff Ezekiel Williams of Wethersfield; their daughter Prudence (1767-1853), m. Rev. Bezaleel Howard of Springfield; their son Hon. Charles Howard (1794-1875), m. Elizabeth "Betsy" Dwight of Springfield; their daughter Elizabeth (1828-1907), m. William Shaw Tiffany of Baltimore; their son Charles Howard Tiffany, from whom the donor bought the teapot.

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Margaret Hall

1755–60

Object Place

Massachusetts, United States

Catalogue Raisonné

Buhler, 1972, No. 314

Accession Number

63.1044

Medium or Technique

Silver

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Silver hollowware