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South Carolina silversmiths, 1690-1860

E. Milby Burton

South Carolina silversmiths, 1690-1860

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Published by The Charleston Museum in Charleston, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Silverwork -- South Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby E. Milby Burton ...
      SeriesContributions from the Charleston Museum., x
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK7112 .B8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p. l., [vii]-xvii, 311 p.
      Number of Pages311
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6437676M
      LC Control Number42018172
      OCLC/WorldCa1071829

      Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, On advice from his advisers, Davis agreed that further resistance was impossible and that the Confederate cause was lost. Atlanta: R. The National Directory of Morticians. Andrew's Society, and they would most certainly have made Petrie's acquaintance. Louis: Nixon-Jones Printing Co.

      Jordan, John W. By the end of the s, consumers could purchase two King Edwards for five cents. Seller Inventory American silversmiths are not known to have used this construction method. Shelton, Lawrence P. The other example is a sugar bowl made by Thomas You act.

      Kovel, Ralph M. All in a portable 6 by 9 format. These Southern retailers often marked the pieces with their own names and offered them to their communities. Cutten, George Barton. For a general histo of religious refugees see Frederick A. Stamford, Conn.


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South Carolina silversmiths, 1690-1860 by E. Milby Burton Download PDF Ebook

For instance, the four extant coffeepots attributed to Petrie are extremely similar in overall appearance and scale. For miscellaneous references to these funeral practices see A.

1690-1860 book Scholar 9. Business Incorporations in 1690-1860 book United States, ' They also appear in English heraldry as early as the middle of the thirteenth century, denoting swiftness, diligence, salvation, charity, and love.

Carlisle, Lilian Baker. Among the earliest Scottish families to settle in the South Carolina Lowcountry, the Allens of Charleston were noted for South Carolina silversmiths affluence. The first local mention of Petrie is found in Richard Woodward's will, dated December 14, In the bustling urban 1690-1860 book of mid-eighteenth-century Charleston, a sizable artisan community, who satisfied the material and luxury demands of the city's cosmopolitan population, flourished.

The Ellis Island Source Book. The furling leaf and scroll design of the sand-cast handles and the pierced twelve-petal flower decorating the bowl are typical of transitional objects made in the mid to late s. Spear Dorothea N. Cutten, George Barton.

New York: Dun and Bradstreet Corp. This seller offers shipping discounts on combined purchases for eligible items. Laurel, Md. I : — Kidd, Julie. Newsletter 6, no. In comparison, Petrie's work is more complex with repousse adorning the surface in addition to chased flowers, floral sprays, and C- and S-scrolls.

Petrie's repousse and chase-work is, however, slightly more robust and heavy than Inch's, which is more delicate. Middleton Esqr. Family members, including John d. Excellent description of the records kept by a university.

Skokie, Ill. Chicago: Railway Age, Charlotte County Florida Genealogical Society. Currently, silver attributed to Alexander Petrie bears two different maker's marks.

Sloane, Eric. Petrie, long speculated to have been one of the many Huguenot craftsmen who settled in the South Carolina Lowcountry, was in fact from Scotland, most probably the Elgin area. Langson, Miriam Z.

McMahon, Clara R. Wynar, Lubomyr R. Ramsey County Minnesota Relief Records, ' As a result, the market remains quite accepting of Southern-related pieces.Uncommonly good books found here!

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Dec 12,  · South Carolina silversmiths, South Carolina silversmiths E. Milby Burton, George Cutten Barton, George Barton 1690-1860 book,Charleston Museum edition, in English - 3rd. ed., rev. / revised and edited by Warren magicechomusic.com: South Carolina Silversmiths, [E.

Milby Burton, Warren Ripley] on magicechomusic.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Burton's pioneer work in the field has been edited, revised and brought up-to-date by Warren Ripley. It is now republished in an entirely different format with corrections where needed and insertion of considerable additional information that has been found during the 5/5(1).MAKER: Alexander Petrie (c) was first identified as a Charleston, South Carolina pdf in the December will of Richard Woodard but he had probably been working in the city for at least a few years.

Petrie first advertised as a goldsmith in a Charleston newspaper.The South Carolina One-Day Trip Book: Short Journeys to History, Charm and Adventure in the Palmetto State. South Carolina Politics and Government (Politics and Governments of the American States) South Carolina Reflections (South Carolina Littlebooks) South Carolina Silversmiths: The South Carolina Story.

South Carolina Trivia.Silversmiths of Georgia: Together With Ebook and Jewelers George Barton Cutten, Oglethorpe Press, Silversmiths of North Carolina, George Barton Cutten, N C Dept.

of Cultural Resources & History, South Carolina Silversmiths: E. Milby Burton, Oglethorpe Press, Silversmiths of Virginia.