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Short sabre
c. 1755-1760
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Davis Quadrant or Backstaff
c. 1700-1725
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Hannah Jarvis (née Peters) with her daughters Maria
Lavinia and Augusta Honoria Jarvis
c. 1791–1792
Maker: James Earl (American, 1761–1796)
Country: UK; England
Tureen stand in the "Arctic Scenery" pattern
c. 1835-1845
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Crossbelt plate of the 1st American Regiment (Queen's Rangers)
c. 1776-1777
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Plate in "Arctic Scenery" pattern
c. 1835-1845
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Mustard Pot
c. 1800-1810
Maker: Unknown maker
Country: UK; England
Tea service sugar bowl
c. 1820
Maker: Unidentified English maker; Retailed by James Smillie (1782-1841), active in Canada 1819-1841
Country: UK; England
Loving cup with Muskoka scenes
c. 1884
Maker: Possibly made by Minton (1793-2001) for Toronto retailer Glover Harrison (active c. 1864-1888)
Country: UK; England
Tea service teapot
c. 1820
Maker: Unidentified English maker; Retailed by James Smillie (1782-1841), active in Canada 1819-1841
Country: UK; England
Halifax, from Dartmouth
1848
Maker: Jennens and Bettridge (English, active 1816–after 1850)
Country: UK; England
William Jarvis with his son Samuel Peters Jarvis
c. 1791–1792
Maker: James Earl (American, 1761–1796)
Country: UK; England
Tea service cream jug
c. 1820
Maker: Unidentified English maker; Retailed by James Smillie (1782-1841), active in Canada 1819-1841
Country: UK; England
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