2 edition of South Carolina silversmiths, 1690-1860 found in the catalog.
South Carolina silversmiths, 1690-1860
E. Milby Burton
|Statement||by E. Milby Burton ...|
|Series||Contributions from the Charleston Museum., x|
|LC Classifications||NK7112 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., [vii]-xvii, 311 p.|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||42018172|
New York: Devin-Adair Co. Larson, Henrietta. Biographical Sketches of Knox County Writers. The survival rate for eighteenth-century Southern silver is low; however, approximately seventeen silver items with marks attributed to Petrie are known.
Exeter, N. Magnificently detailed polar bear figures preside over each end of the bowl. Foote, Henry Stuart. Drepperd, Carl William. New York: Gilliss Press, Petrie made a timely exit from the import trade, as fierce riots ensued after October and there was a call to produce and buy American.
If you know your family history or have a relative who does you could look for a match with the initials on the tongs. America's Corporate Families. To understand Southern silver it is necessary, first, to define coin silver. New Brunswick, N. Missoula City Directory.
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LEFT, Fig. Hapner, Phyllis, and Judy Graven. Laurel, Md. Sidney Hayden. Albany, The most comparable example is a coffeepot made by John Inch of Annapolis, Maryland.
The Gunsmith in Colonial Virginia. De Bude, ed. It was a lively and diverse neighborhood, and Petrie ran a successful establishment selling fashionable imported English plate, jewelry, and watches, in addition to Charleston-made silver items, including articles made specifically for trade with Native Americans.
Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, All are characterized by elongated, pear-shaped bodies with tapering sides, simple flared-foot rings, low-domed covers capped with finials, cast scroll-and-leaf spouts, and ornately rendered cast handle-socket terminals Figs 2, 8.
The Bench and Bar of Ohio. Keys to successfully collecting and investing in Southern silver include the following: Analyze condition, craftsmanship, rarity and provenance.
Image by Charlotte Crabtree The story of a cup found in a Charleston antique mall beautifully illustrates the importance of provenance.
South Carolina Silversmiths, ' Teeters, Negley K. Richmond: Dietz Press, San Francisco: Bancroft Co.
Portland: Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Sloane, Eric. Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co. Book 2, Feb 'Mar Today, he is one of the few South Carolina metalsmiths of the colonial era whose work survives in any significant volume and on whom a great deal of research material exists.
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Corporate Names Index, ' Coldham, Peter Wilson.According to authorE. Milby Burton in “ South Carolina SilversmithsAlexander Young was a native of Fifeshire Scotland and came to America as a young man, be was working in Camden, South Carolina as early as E.
Milby Burton is the author of The Siege of Charleston, ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), South Carolina Silversmiths /5. Burton’s intense interest in the culture and history of the South Carolina lowcountry resulted in three landmark books: South Carolina Silversmiths, – (); Charleston Furniture, – (); and the critically acclaimed Civil War narrative The Siege of Charleston, – ().
Carolina Metalworkers: Coppersmiths, Pewterers, Tinsmiths of North Carolina and South Carolina. Fayetteville, N.C.: Q. Scarborough, FHL Book U2s; Plantations [edit | edit source] Rice plantations formed much of South Carolina's economy.
Slaves performed manual labor at plantations before the Civil War. See South Carolina African. Silversmiths of Georgia: Together With Watchmakers and Jewelers George Barton Cutten; Oglethorpe Press, Silversmiths of North Carolina, George Barton Cutten; N C Dept.
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