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18th Century Material Culture

Silver Punch Bowls


English Silver
Punch Bowls
English Miniature Silver Punch Bowl / Monteith
c. 1696
(Museum of London)
English Silver Punch Bowl from London
by William Gibson c. 1698
(William Walter Antiques Ltd.)
English Silver Punch Bowl
by John East c. 1719 - 1720
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
English Silver Punch Bowl Owned by Sir John Brownlow, 5th Bt (1690 - 1754)
c. 1719
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
English Silver Punch Bowl from London
by George Wickes c. 1726 - 1727
(Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)
English Silver Punch Bowl / Monteith from London
by George Wickes c. 1727
(S. J. Shrubsole, Corp.)
English Silver Punch Bowl / Monteith from London
by George Wickes c. 1727
(S. J. Shrubsole, Corp.)
English Silver Punch Bowl from London
by John Fossey c. 1740
(WAXANTIQUES)
English Silver Punch Bowl
by John Swift c. 1753
(Paul Bennett)
English Silver Punch Bowl from London
by Thomas Cook II & Richard Gurney c. 1759 - 1751
(Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)
Irish Silver
Punch Bowls
Irish Silver Punch Bowl / Racing Trophy
by William Williamson II (Free 1740), Engraved by Daniel Pomerede (Worked 1744 – 1761)
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
Irish Silver Punch Bowl / Racing Trophy
by William Williamson II (Free 1740), Engraved by Daniel Pomerede (Worked 1744 – 1761)
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
Irish Silver Punch Bowl / Racing Trophy
by William Williamson II (Free 1740), Engraved by Daniel Pomerede (Worked 1744 – 1761)
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
Irish Silver Punch Bowl / Racing Trophy
by William Williamson II (Free 1740), Engraved by Daniel Pomerede (Worked 1744 – 1761)
(Museum of Fine Arts Boston)
Irish Silver Punch Bowl from Dublin
by John Moore c. 1730
(AC Silver)
Scottish Silver
Punch Bowls
Scottish Silver Punch Bowl / Monteith from Edinburgh
c. 1702 - 1703
(National Museums Scotland)
Scottish Silver Punch Bowl from Glasgow
by Milne and Campbell c. 1767
(National Museums Scotland)
American Silver
Punch Bowls
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by John Coney of Boston c. 1708 – 1709
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by John Coney of Boston c. 1708 – 1709
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Jacob Hurd of Boston c. 1722 – 1758
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Jacob Hurd of Boston c. 1722 – 1758
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver “Sons of Liberty” Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Paul Revere of Boston, Massachusetts 1768
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver “Sons of Liberty” Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Paul Revere of Boston, Massachusetts 1768
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver “Sons of Liberty” Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Paul Revere of Boston, Massachusetts 1768
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver “Sons of Liberty” Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by Paul Revere of Boston, Massachusetts 1768
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts
by John Burt of Boston, Massachusetts c. 1740 - 1745
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts Owned by Thomas Dawes
by William Holmes of Boston, Massachusetts 1763
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Massachusetts Owned by Thomas Dawes
by William Holmes of Boston, Massachusetts 1763
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Peter Vergereau of New York c. 1743 - 1755
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Peter Vergereau of New York c. 1743 - 1755
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
American Silver Punch Bowl Owned by the Delancy Family of New York
c. 1730
(New York Historical Society)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Myer Myers c. 1746 - 1763
(New York Historical Society)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Daniel Christian Fueter c. 1760
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Simeon Coley c. 1763 - 1769
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Simeon Coley c. 1763 - 1769
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl / Racing Trophy Likely from New York
c. 1751
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Adrian Bancker c. 1750
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from New York
by Adrian Bancker c. 1750
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Pennsylvania
by Joseph Richardson Sr. of Philadelphia c. 1755
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Pennsylvania
by Joseph Richardson Sr. of Philadelphia c. 1755
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
American Silver Punch Bowl from Pennsylvania
by Joseph Richardson Sr. or Joseph Richardson Jr. of Philadelphia c. 1775
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
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