Subcategory Ceremonial artifacts contains 4 item(s).
|| First Church of Deerfield Pewter Flagon
This imported pewter flagon held the communion wine shared among the "visible saints" of the Deerfield, Massachusetts, church, that is, those men and women who had had a certifiable conversion experience and made a public profession of faith.
|| Footed Baptismal Basin
The footed pewter bowl, or basin, was made in Hartford, Connecticut, between 1825 and 1830 by a member of the Boardman family.
|| Two-handled cup
The large (8 3/16 inches high) two-handled cup is an English example of the form, made by Adam Banks of Chester, England, a pewterer working between 1690 and 1710.
|| Christening Dress
This Christening Dress was originally a wedding gown for Emily Rudman Tripp.