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    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Designer: Peter Müller-Munk, American, born Germany, 1904–1967
    Manufacturer: Silex Company, American, 1919–1960
    Date: 
    Patented September 27, 1949
    Medium: 

    Glass and chromium-plated metal

    Accession Number: 
    2012.162.1a-c
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    20th century
    Classification: 
    Tools and Equipment
    Status: 
    Not on view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker: Fletcher and Gardiner, 1808–1836
    Date: 
    1830
    Medium: 

    Silver

    Accession Number: 
    1942.245
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Containers - Metal
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker: Alphonse Mattia, American, born 1947
    Date: 
    1988
    Medium: 

    Walnut, birch, soft maple, and plywood

    Accession Number: 
    1988.64.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    20th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    By appointment
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker: Alexander Roux, American, born France, 1813–1886
    Date: 
    1860–75
    Medium: 

    Rosewood veneer, marquetry, plywood, soft maple, American black cherry, chestnut, eastern white pine, yellow poplar, and curly maple veneer with gilded bronze and porcelain

    Accession Number: 
    1970.55
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: John Doggett, American, 1780–1857
    Date: 
    1802–25
    Medium: 

    Eastern white pine, birch, gilding, and silvered plate glass

    Accession Number: 
    1931.316
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    19th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker, attributed to: Daniel Spencer, 1741–1796
    Date: 
    1772–90
    Medium: 

    Mahogany; light-colored, possibly Honduran or Santo Domingan, mahogany; fluted quarter columns, cornice moldings, finials, front of writing slide and drawer dividers, base molding, feet, much darker, possibly Cuban, mahogany; interior of bookcase and sides, backs, and bottoms of pigeonhole valance drawers, American black cherry (previously published many times as yellow poplar); drawer linings, with one exception, other elements, chestnut; bottom of bottom desk drawer, other elements, eastern white pine; some repairs, yellow pine

    Accession Number: 
    1940.320
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view*
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Designer: Jonathan Ive, British, born 1967
    Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Incorporated, American, founded 1976
    Date: 
    2000–2001
    Medium: 

    Polycarbonate plastic and other materials

    Accession Number: 
    2012.64.1a-f
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    20th century
    Classification: 
    Tools and Equipment
    Status: 
    Not on view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Designer: Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings, British, 1905–1976, active United States, 1930–64
    Manufacturer: The Widdicomb Furniture Company, American, founded 1858
    Date: 
    designed 1951, introduced 1952
    Medium: 

    Walnut-veneered plywood, maple braces, birch blocks, and
    yellow poplar apron supports

    Accession Number: 
    2000.85.1
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    20th century
    Classification: 
    Furniture
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Maker: Johann Christoph Heyne, American, born Germany, 1715–1781
    Date: 
    1771
    Medium: 

    Pewter

    Accession Number: 
    1930.725
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Containers - Metal
    Status: 
    On view
    Collection Objects
    American Decorative Arts
    Manufacturer attributed to: American Flint Glass Manufactory, American, 1764–1774
    Proprietor: Henry William Stiegel, American, 1729–1785
    Date: 
    1769–74
    Medium: 

    Mold-blown potash-lime glass

    Accession Number: 
    1930.1648
    Culture: 
    American
    Period: 
    18th century
    Classification: 
    Containers - Glass
    Status: 
    On view

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