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Mug
c. 1870
Maker: Robert Hendery & Co. (Canadian, active c. 1866-1870), retailed through Savage, Lyman & Co. (Canadian, 1868-1878)
Country: Canada
Sewing table
c. 1825-1830
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: Canada
One of a pair of Chippendale style side chairs
c. 1800
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: Canada
Tea caddy
c. 1797
Maker: Workshop of Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: Canada
Mustard spoon
c. 1790-1810
Maker: Peter Bohle (1786-1862)
Country: Canada
Cream basket
c. 1797
Maker: Workshop of Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: Canada
Side chair in Regency-Sheraton style
c. 1810-1820
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: Canada
Drop-leaf pedestal table
c. 1825-1830
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: Canada
Baptismal ewer
c. 1803-1815
Maker: Workshop of Pierre Huguet dit Latour (1749-1817; workshop active 1781-1817)
Country: Canada
Plate
c. 1743-1750
Maker: Roland Paradis (1696-1754)
Country: Canada
Tumbler
c. 1790-1810
Maker: Charles (Karl) David Bohle (c. 1744-1833)
Country: Canada
Pitcher with Beaver Hall Hill imagery
1861
Maker: Workshop of Robert Hendery (British, Canadian, 1856-1895); workshop active c. 1856-1897, retailed through Savage & Lyman (Canadian, 1851-1868)
Country: Canada
Nutmeg grater
c. 1825-1840
Maker: Retailed by Nelson Walker (1799-after 1855)
Country: Canada
Sideboard in Sheraton style
c. 1800-1815
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: Canada
Mustard pot
c. 1790-1810
Maker: Charles (Karl) David Bohle (c. 1744-1833)
Country: Canada
Holy Water stoup and sprinkler
c. 1820-1825
Maker: Salomon Marion (1782-1830)
Country: Canada
Sugar basket
c. 1797
Maker: Workshop of Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: Canada
Centrepiece
c. 1867
Maker: Possibly the workshop of Robert Hendery (1814-1897)
Country: Canada
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