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Table -

Small, one drawer wooden table with keyhole. Primitive style, painted pale green and decorated with painted flowers in center and corners.

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Cradle -

Rocking musical cradle for a doll with covered headboard. Decal of floral arrangement pasted on side, vine across side. Winding key on back of cradle turns on (working) music box that is built into headboard area. Plays, Rock-a-Bye-Baby. Cradle is held together with brass screws/brads. .

Image of Cradle - 1903

Cradle - 1903

Doll-size rocking cradle. Dark stained wood. Includes a stuffed mat and pillow, covered in cotton fabric with light blue background and depictions of small flowers, roosters, stars, hearts, and barns in red, yellow, ivory, blue, green colors. A letter, written by Bessie Van Wickle McKee to Estelle Clements in 1903, refers to this cradle: "The bed for May Blossom (Augustine's favorite doll, 1976.1.0528) is a perfect beauty. Augustine will be crazy over it. The sheets & pillow case are all nicely done & the sheet goes over the bolster so that it is all right & if Augustine does not want it, we can take it off. The bed looks so sweet - the blanket & spread have not arrived but presum

Image of Bowl - 1800s

Bowl - 1800s

This is the stand to a Chinese porcelain bowl painted on the exterior with large colorful butterflies on a yellow ground. The stand has a flat base with a carved apron. The base sits on four curved legs joined with a frame.

Image of Tazza - 1889

Tazza - 1889

One of a pair of Wedgwood Majolica tazze of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The tops are shaped as clam shells. The base is three dolphins with a head at each corner and bodies entertwined with the tails holding up the clam shell top. The base is a brown and ochre triangle. These tazze are part of a set including two serving dishes and 12 small shell shaped plates. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890

Image of Tazza - 1889

Tazza - 1889

One of a pair of Wedgwood Majolica tazze of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The tops are shaped as clam shells. The base is three dolphins with a head at each corner and bodies entertwined with the tails holding up the clam shell top. The base is a brown and ochre triangle. These tazze are part of a set including two serving dishes and 12 small shell shaped plates. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890

Image of Dish - 1890

Dish - 1890

One of a pair of Wedgwood Majolica serving bowls of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The bowls are oval and shaped as shells. These bowls are part of a set including two tazze and 12 small shell shaped plates. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890.

Image of Dish - 1890

Dish - 1890

One of a pair of Wedgwood Majolica serving bowls of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The bowls are oval and shaped as shells. These bowls are part of a set including two tazze and 12 small shell shaped plates. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890.

Image of Plate - 1890

Plate - 1890

One of twelve Wedgwood Majolica plates of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The bottom of the pieces are mottled with brown on a cream colored background. The plates are shaped as shells. The pattern on each plate is somewhat different and the glaze color on the underside also varies. These plates are part of a set including two tazze and two oval serving bowls. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890.

Image of Plate - 1890

Plate - 1890

One of twelve Wedgwood Majolica plates of highly glazed earthenware, colored with mottled green, ochre and brown. The bottom of the pieces are mottled with brown on a cream colored background. The plates are shaped as shells. The pattern on each plate is somewhat different and the glaze color on the underside also varies. These plates are part of a set including two tazze and two oval serving bowls. This set was made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Burslem, Etruria & Barlaston, Staffordshire, England. This company was formed in 1759 and produced earthenware, basaltes, jaspers, porcelains, parian and majolica. The makers marks date the tazze to 1889 and the other pieces to 1890.