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Fork

Object Name: Fork

Object ID: 1984.027.08.1

Creator: Rogers, Smith & CompanyManufacturer

Place of Origin: Hartford, CT/Meriden, CT

Date: 1857-1880

Description: Fork. Made by Rogers, Smith & Company. Silver-plated metal. Double-swell fiddle handle, with upturned rounded end, and 1/2" mid-rib on the front; rounded fins; and four pointed tines. "W", engraved in Old English script on front of handle. Stamped on back of stem, in upper-case Roman letters, "ROGERS SMITH&CO." (the last O is a smaller typeface and raised, with a line underneath it), and "A1 6", incuse. One of a set of three (1984.27.8.1-.3).

Material: Metal
Silver

Dimensions: W-0.9 L-7.125 inches

Provenance: Associated with the White Memorial Universalist Church (organized 1842), Concord, New Hampshire, or the family of Nathaniel & Armenia White, benefactors for whom the Church was renamed in 1885.

Credit Line: Gift of the White Memorial Universalist Church

People: White, Nathaniel (1811-1880), White, Armenia S. (1817-1916)

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