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Engage your students with the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to illustrate themes and concepts in any discipline.

Artwork

  • Scissor tong

    John Ball, 1723 or 1724–1781+

    Date:

    1750–60

    Accession Number:

    14.896

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  • Sugar tongs

    Date:

    about 1780

    Accession Number:

    18.333

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  • Ladle

    Date:

    about 1790

    Accession Number:

    18.657

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  • Ladle

    Maker TH, American, 18th century

    Date:

    about 1790

    Accession Number:

    30.33

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  • Sugar tongs

    William Burr, 1793

    Date:

    about 1790–1800

    Accession Number:

    30.34

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  • Tablespoon (one of a pair)

    Joseph Loring, American, 1743–1815

    Date:

    about 1780

    Accession Number:

    31.19

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  • Teaspoon

    Nathaniel Morse, about 1688–1748

    Date:

    about 1732

    Accession Number:

    31.232

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  • Salt spoon (one of a pair)

    John Coburn, American, 1724–1803

    Date:

    about 1762

    Accession Number:

    31.244

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  • Sugar tongs

    Ebenezer Moulton, American, 1768–1824

    Date:

    about 1790

    Accession Number:

    31.420

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  • Sugar tongs

    John Hancock, 1732–1784

    Date:

    about 1780

    Accession Number:

    31.421

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  • Tablespoon

    Ebenezer Austin, 1733–1818

    Date:

    about 1790

    Accession Number:

    31.424

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  • Tablespoon, one of a pair

    Paul Revere, Jr., American, 1734–1818

    Accession Number:

    35.1839

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