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    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: Wenzel Friedrich, American, born Bohemia, 1827–1902
    Date: 
    1880–1900
    Medium: 

    Cow horns, brass, glass, and ocelot skin

    Accession Number: 
    2012.91.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1740–60
    Medium: 

    Maple with ash or hickory stretchers and seat rails

    Accession Number: 
    2009.87.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Designer: Herter Brothers, American, 1864–1906
    Date: 
    ca. 1881–82
    Medium: 

    Oak, brass, and embossed and gilded leather (replacement)

    Accession Number: 
    2008.224.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1770–90
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, eastern white pine

    Accession Number: 
    1984.32.29
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: Robert Crossman, American, 1707–1779
    Date: 
    1731
    Medium: 

    White pine, iron cotter-pin hinges, cast brass pulls and escutcheons with bright-cut engraving, and original painted decoration

    Accession Number: 
    2013.57.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, possibly by: John Rockwell, American, born England, 1588–1662
    Maker, possibly by: John Rockwell, 1627–1673
    Date: 
    1640–80
    Medium: 

    Stiles, rails, panels, bottom boards, white oak; top, eastern white pine; replaced till, yellow poplar

    Accession Number: 
    1930.2262
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    17th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: John Townsend, American, 1732–1809
    Date: 
    1775–90
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, yellow-poplar, chestnut, eastern white pine

    Accession Number: 
    1957.37
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1730–70
    Medium: 

    Varieties of woods are used almost interchangeably within this object. Dark burl veneer on exterior, maple, probably soft maple; light-colored veneer, staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina); thin strips of dark stained veneer on sides of upper case, probably maple; legs, cornice, midmoldings, soft maple; half-round moldings, drops, American black walnut; top and bottom of upper case, some drawer fronts, some drawer dividers, some drawer bottoms and backs, chestnut; backboards of upper case, southern yellow pine and eastern white pine; one drawer divider in upper case, red oak; sides of upper case, formed by a central panel of hard maple, probably sugar maple, flanked by panels of sycamore; drawer front and linings, mixture of eastern hemlock, chestnut, maple, eastern white pine, southern yellow pine, and either Atlantic white cedar or northern white cedar

    Accession Number: 
    1964.46
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1765–80
    Medium: 

    Mahogany, southern yellow pine

    Accession Number: 
    1930.2686
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Date: 
    1700–1730
    Medium: 

    Top, sides of case, front of case, drawer front, back of case, stretchers, legs, feet, eastern red cedar; corner posts, white oak; drawer sides and back, southern yellow pine; drawer bottom, Atlantic white cedar

    Accession Number: 
    1951.56.2
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view

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