Early silversmiths of Connecticut

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Although nearly two hundred silversmiths plied their trade Early silversmiths of Connecticut book New York prior tothere is comparatively little old silver of New York origin to be found to-day outside of the old churches.

While New York in the early days was an important trading center, money was scarce and silverware an un known luxury in most of the homes.

History Founder. The founder of Wallace Silversmiths, Robert Wallace was born in Prospect, Connecticut on Novem He was the son of Scottish immigrant and silversmith James Wallace and his wife Irene (Williams), who had immigrated in the late 18th century.

The boy had only a limited education, such as sons of the farmers of that period received. Founder: Robert Wallace. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations, facsimiles, portraits ; 29 cm: Contents: The Connecticut Silversmith --Tradition and Innovation in Connecticut Silver --Illustrations of Hollowware and Selected Flatware --Biographical Notes on the Silversmiths --Index of Marks --Selected Bibliography --Owners of Pieces Illustrated --Index of.

Early Connecticut Silver is a catalog of the most significant pieces of silver hollowware made by Connecticut silversmiths between the years andas well as representative flatware and other pieces such as swords and Masonic jewels.

"This book fills a significant niche in the literature on early American silver. Its importance for. pages of text illustrated with line drawings and 33 photographic plates.

Pages 83 through are devoted to early Connecticut Silversmiths listing their names, places of business, birth and death dates (if known) and any available biographical data uncovered by the author. Many of the pages within this volume remain unopened.

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Vincent has spoons by many of these early former apprentices, as well as the silversmiths who came later in the midth century.

“The Bailey family was very prominent,” Vincent says. Bailey practiced in Woodstock, Bradbury M. Bailey was in Ludlow and then Rutland.

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Every possible inducement was offered to keep them in Massachusetts, but they decided to found a distinct colony. Having learned of the beauty of the country lying west of the mouth of the Connecticut First Settlers Of New Haven Read More».

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CHAPTER. THE CIVIL AND DOMESTIC LIFE OF THE EARLY.

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