1962.0240.426 Silver Spoon upper surface
  • 1962.0240.426 Silver Spoon upper surface
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Spoon

  • Category:

    Metals

  • Creator (Role):

    Joseph Moulton III (Maker)

  • Place of Origin:

    Newburyport, Massachusetts, New England, United States, North America

  • Date:

    1750-1770

  • Materials:

    Silver

  • Techniques:

    Engraved

  • Museum Object Number:

    1962.0240.426


  • Complete Details



Object Number

1962.0240.426

Object Name

Spoon

Category

Metals

Credit Line/Donor

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Bissell

Creator (Role)

Joseph Moulton III (Maker)
1744-1816

Place of Origin

Newburyport, Massachusetts, New England, United States, North America

Date

1750-1770

Mark or Signature or Inscription or Label

1. Mark; Handle, underside; "I·MOULTON" stamped in a rectangle
2. Inscription; Handle, underside, end; "K P" engraved

Materials

Silver

Techniques

Engraved

Dimensions (inches)

3.976 (L) , 0.787 (W) , 0.2116 (Weight)

Dimensions (centimeters)

10.1 (L) , 2 (W) , 6 (Weight)

Object Description

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Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Belden, Louise C. 1980 Marks of American Silversmiths in the Ineson-Bissell Collection. 506 p.
An illustrated glossary of spoon terms, pp. 467-488
[Book] Belden, Louise C. 1980 Marks of American Silversmiths in the Ineson-Bissell Collection. 506 p.
Information on Joseph Moulton III and example marks, p. 305-306
[Book] Flynt, Henry N. & Fales, Martha Gandy. 1968 The Heritage Collection of Silver: With Biographical Sketches of New England Silversmiths, 1625-1825. 391 p.
Information on all the Moultons and example marks, p. 280-283
[Book] Flynt, Henry N. & Fales, Martha Gandy. 1968 The Heritage Collection of Silver: With Biographical Sketches of New England Silversmiths, 1625-1825. 391 p.
Information on Joseph Moulton III, p. 282
[Book] Currier, Ernest M. 1938 Marks of Early American Silversmiths: With Notes on Silver, Spoon Types & List of New York City Silversmiths 1815-1841. 179 p.
Information on the Moulton family, p. 100