An Albany County, N.Y., pine blanket chest by an unknown maker exhibits Germanic construction traditions with a molded base and scrolled bracket feet. The decoration recalls the designs of Robert Adam. The chest was acquired through the Juli and David Grainger endowment.
Swansea cream tureen This cream tureen is based on type made by several porcelain factories in Paris during the early nineteenth century. It is painted with a band of garden flowers including morning glory, pink roses and tulips. The Swansea factory was celebrated for the quality of its flower painting and this is probably the work of David Evans, who later worked at Grainger's in Worcester and in Staffordshir
A rare Grainger Lee and Co. vase of Welsh interest, circa 1825 Of ovoid shape with a lobed rim and square plinth, painted by David Evans with a continuous band of plants and flowers in 'Garden Scenery' style, within gilded borders, 21cm high, 'Grainger Lee and Co Worcester' in red script