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Museum Feature - Minton "Boston State House, 1818" Art Tile
Museum Feature – Minton "Boston State House, 1818" Art Tile

Our museum feature this month, a blue and white decorative tile from Minton, features a charming pastoral depiction of the Boston State House as it looked in 1818. While most tiles are meant to be used as floor coverings or decorative accents, this particular tile had a different purpose – read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Ball, Black & Company “Egyptian Revival” Tea Set
Museum Feature – Ball, Black & Company “Egyptian Revival” Tea Set

Our museum feature this month is a beautiful 6-piece tea set by Ball, Black & Company done in the "Egyptian Revival" style. Produced in 1860 during an "Egyptian Reviva"” period, the set is crafted of "English" sterling, and features Egyptian-style geometric elements and ornamentation. Read on to learn more about this fascinating set!

Museum Feature - Jumbo Hummel Figurines by Goebel
Museum Feature - Jumbo Hummel Figurines by Goebel

The museum feature this month is our collection of three "jumbo" M.I. Hummel figurines: "Merry Wanderer," "Apple Tree Boy," and "Apple Tree Girl." These incredibly detailed Hummel figurines range in size from 30 to 32 inches tall, making them among the rarest and most expensive of the Hummels produced. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Kirk Silver Repousse Tea Caddy
Museum Feature – Kirk Silver Repousse Tea Caddy

This month from our museum we’re featuring a gorgeous sterling silver tea caddy in the Repousse (Full Chased-Landscape design) pattern by Kirk Silver. This tea caddy features a stunningly detailed landscape design, and is a beautiful example of the chased repousse style that became widely popular in 19th-century America.

Museum Feature - Thomas Webb & Sons “Mayflower” Goblet
Museum Feature – Thomas Webb & Sons “Mayflower” Goblet

This dazzling commemorative goblet in this month’s Museum Feature was produced in 1970 by Thomas Webb & Sons to mark the 350th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. The obvious care taken to craft this piece is a fitting tribute to the arduous journey it commemorates. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Our America by Vernon Kilns
Museum Feature – Our America by Vernon Kilns

We're showcasing a chop platter with a striking harvest design from the charming Our America pattern by Vernon Kilns. The exquisite artwork that adorns Our America pieces was created by Rockwell Kent, a prolific illustrator, author, lithographer, printmaker, muralist, draftsman, and political activist.

Museum Feature - Oneida Grenoble/Gloria Tomato Server
Museum Feature – Oneida Grenoble/Gloria Tomato Server

Our museum feature this month is a beautiful silverplate tomato server in the Grenoble/Gloria pattern by Oneida. Introduced in 1906, Grenoble/Gloria is an exquisite Art Nouveau pattern that wonderfully represents the period during which it was created. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Southington Charter Oak Wine Cooler
Museum Feature – Southington Charter Oak Wine Cooler

The story of our museum feature this month begins over 7,000 years ago, when wine was first produced on a large scale at the Hajji Firuz Tepe in the Zagros Mountains of what is now Iran. Read on to learn more about this a stunning silverplate wine cooler made by Southington Cutlery Company in 1893.

Museum Feature - Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen
Museum Feature – Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen

This month’s Museum Feature showcases a variety of rare and exquisite pieces from Royal Copenhagen’s Flora Danica pattern. Sought after by collectors around the globe, Flora Danica is considered one of the most luxurious porcelain patterns ever produced – read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Blue Opalescent "Swan" Bowl by Fenton
Museum Feature – Blue Opalescent "Swan" Bowl by Fenton

For our museum feature this month, we feature a “Swan” bowl in a gorgeous blue opalescent carnival glass color from Fenton. Carnival glass is a form of pressed glass that appears in a wide variety of iridescent colors. In 1907, Fenton was at the forefront of carnival glass production. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Imperial Glass Candlewick Pastry Tray
Museum Feature – Imperial Glass Candlewick Pastry Tray

Our museum feature this month is a gorgeous red Candlewick pastry tray produced by the Imperial Glass Company. Candlewick was produced for nearly half a century, from 1936 to 1982, and was one of the patterns that enabled the Imperial Glass Company to pull through the Great Depression. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Franciscan Wildflower Teapot
Museum Feature – Franciscan Wildflower Teapot

Wildflower stood as a warm, distinctly American contrast to the petite floral designs and gilded accents of traditional European bone china. Although Wildflower was only produced for a short amount of time (from 1942 to 1945), there were around 30 different piece types created in the pattern  read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Alvin Silver Bridal Rose Jelly/Cake Server
Museum Feature – Alvin Silver Bridal Rose Jelly/Cake Server

With its elegant, detailed ornamentation, Alvin Silver's Bridal Rose quickly became one of the most popular turn-of-the-century patterns after its introduction in 1903. During its prime, the Bridal Rose pattern featured over 180 piece types, including our museum feature this month: the Bridal Rose jelly/cake server.

Museum Feature - Royal Winton Quilt Salad Plate
Museum Feature – Royal Winton Quilt Salad Plate

This colorful Quilt plate by Royal Winton showcases a variety of different overlapping quilt-themed designs. Known best for their chintz designs, Royal Winton utilized a specialized transfer printing process to affordably produce bold, elaborate patterns like Quilt. Read on to learn more!

Museum Feature - Fostoria Dolly Madison Cordial
Museum Feature – Fostoria Dolly Madison Cordial

Fostoria was one of several glass and tableware companies to start a line of “Dolly Madison” products. Fostoria’s Dolly Madison pattern comprised a profusion of different stemware pieces, among which were water goblets, iced tea glasses, old fashioned glasses, and more, including our museum feature this month: a Dolly Madison cordial.


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