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New York Silver, Then and Now 

New York Silver, Then and Now 

New York Silver, Then and Now links the rich history of silversmithing in New York City to present-day artistic practice. It features newly commissioned works by leading metalworkers, created in response to historical objects from the Museum’s collection.

The Museum’s holdings, widely recognized as one of the foremost collections of American silver in the nation, include leading examples of silver designed and produced in New York from the mid-17th through the 20th century. 


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New York Silver, Then and Now 
Candlestick
Vegetable Dish
Fruit Dish
Standing Salt
Askos
Teapot
Tankard
Loving Cup or Tyg
Embroidery Hoop
Trophy Bowl
Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Theatre
Brandywine Bowl
Subway Presentation Tray and Presentation Case
Tankard
Beaker
Porringer
Porringer
Snuff Box
Memorial Spoon
Caster