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American Decorative Arts
Manufacturer: Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company, American, 1866–1898

Three piece tea service

ca. 1875

Silverplated nickel silver

Gift of Stewart G. Rosenblum, J.D. 1974, M.A. 1974, M.Phil. 1976, Ph.D. 2010
1994.19.1.1-.3
Geography: 
Manufactured in Wallingford, Connecticut, United States
Culture: 
American
Period: 
19th century
Classification: 
Containers - Metals
Provenance: 

Originally owned by William H. Heindle (1828-1916) and his wife Leah Shafer (1837-1921) who lived at 251 North High Street in Baltimore from ca. 1855 until 1916; descended to their daughter Florence heindle (Mrs. Robert) Hill (1863-1955); to her daughter Jane W. Hill (1896-1978); to Jane's brother, Robert W. Hill, from whom purchased.

Bibliography: 

“Acquisitions, January 1994–December 1995,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1995–96): 139.

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