Museum Feature – Tiffany & Co. "John B. McDonald Trophy"
Commissioned by John Watson Cox of New York for the Oakland Golf Club to honor subway engineer John B. McDonald, the Tiffany & Co. trophy weighs more than 250 troy ounces, and has an estimated value of more than $100,000.00.
Museum Feature – Royal Doulton Old Moreton Hall Series Ware
Our Museum Feature, Old Moreton Hall, is one of many collections of Series Ware that Royal Doulton produced in celebration of people, places, events, and literature significant to British history. Read more about these delightful historical pieces!
Museum Feature – Copeland Spode Chicago Pitcher
As one would expect from any commemorative piece, our Copeland Spode Chicago Pitcher, released in conjunction with the Columbian Exposition of 1893, is full of history. But the particulars of this piece's release make it something truly special.
Museum Feature – Dominick & Haff Sterling Centerpiece and Platter
The pierced floral design of these exquisitely crafted sterling silver pieces literally blend into air, bound to the centerpiece and platter by leaf and scroll designs. Click here to see this magnificent silver.
Museum Feature – Royal Winton Marguerite Pitcher and Basin Set
Royal Winton of England is world-renowned for chintz china, and our rare Pitcher and Basin Set carries the Marguerite design, the very first chintz pattern Royal Winton produced.
Museum Feature – Imperial Glass Candlewick Gold Punch Set
One of the most striking pieces in our Museum collection is the Candlewick Gold-on-Glass Punch Set by the Imperial Glass Company of Bellaire, OH.
Museum Feature – United States Glass Company Owl Figurine Lamps
For a spooky Halloween we feature from our Museum two Owl Figurine Lamps by United States Glass Company (USGC). The crystal, owl-shaped globes of the lamps screw into heavy black glass bases, and perched on a mantel, table, or windowsill, produce a marvelous effect!
Museum Feature – Victorian Rococo Bone China by Coalport
Coalbrookdale by Coalport represents the culmination of a remarkably competitive and innovative period in the history of English china.
Museum Feature – Chased Repousse Floral Design Sterling Silver
Beautiful examples of the chased repousse floral design of Samuel Kirk & Son, the oldest silversmith firm in America, became widely popular and widely imitated in the 19th century. Learn more here!
Museum Feature – Capri Decoration On Russel Wright Designed Blanks - by Steubenville
In his heyday of the 1950s designer Russel Wright was as big a name as Martha Stewart or Ralph Lauren today. Read about his creations and his legacy by clicking on the link.
Museum Feature – Duncan & Miller Hobnail-Pink Opalescent Punch Bowl Set
Deliciously colored, the Duncan & Miller Hobnail-Pink Opalescent Punch Bowl Set in our Museum was produced during the Depression. It's a showstopper – be sure to have a look!
Museum Feature – George Sharp Sterling Silver Ice Cream Set
The ice cream set featured here is emblematic of George Sharp’s work. It features long, slender handles, typical of his design, and “ball tips” at the ends of the handles, a design feature that Sharp patented in 1866.
Museum Feature – Bavarian Ruby Flashed Chalices – Must See
Our Museum’s strikingly beautiful ruby-colored and clear crystal chalices were made in Bavaria by an unknown glassmaker using a process probably created by the Romans. Read more here!
Museum Feature – Tiffin Selections Golden Banana Ivy Bowls
Decorative pieces released in 1961 and produced for a limited time, these hand-blown Tiffin Selections Ivy Bowls feature a beautiful "diamond optic" pattern. To read more, click on the link!
Museum Feature – St. George by Royal Doulton – Must See!
One of the most dramatic figurines in our Museum collection, St. George by Royal Doulton, is our feature this month. This representation of England's patron saint was popular during the 1920s, and we'll tell you why!