icon for Home page
icon for Kid's Home page
icon for Digital Collection
icon for Activities
icon for Turns Exhibit
icon for In the Classroom
icon for Chronologies
icon for My Collection

Online Collection > Refine your search

Search Results for: Tableware

16 items have been found that match your search request.

< Previous page
items 1 - 10

front Carving Fork
c. 1905
This carving fork was made by Lamson & Goodnow Company of Shelburne Falls, the largest cutlery producer in the U.S. in 1860.
front Knife Sharpener
c. 1905
This knife sharpener was made by Lamson & Goodnow Company of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, the largest cutlery producer in the U.S. in 1860.
front Knife

This fish knife was produced by the prosperous Lamson & Goodnow Company of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.
front Cutlery Box
c. 1905
This set of cutlery was a wedding present to Charlotte Wardner Lamson when she married Charles Hyse Warren in 1905.
front Fruit Knife

By the late 19th century, as many as thirteen different pieces of cutlery, including a fruit knife like this, could be found at a table setting.
front Table Knife

Thanks to skilled German immigrant workers and a growing U.S. steel industry, knife and fork sets like these were made entirely on location in Shelburne Falls.
front Table Knife

The design of this Lamson & Goodnow knife is both decorative and functional.
front Knife
This knife was made by South River Cutlery during the company's short tenure in Conway center.
front Knife

This knife was made at the John Russell Company's early home on the Green River in Greenfield, MAssachusetts.
front Lamson & Goodnow Manufacturing Company
c. 1880
Lamson and Goodnow Company is located in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.


< Previous page
items 1 - 10


To learn more about searching in this collection see Exploring the Online Collection. For specific instructions about how to search see Search Help. For a tutorial on searching see Search Tutorial.

button for Side by Side Viewingbutton for Glossarybutton for Printing Helpbutton for How to Read Old Documents


Home | Online Collection | Things To Do | Turns Exhibit | Classroom | Chronologies | My Collection
About This Site | Site Index | Site Search | Feedback