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"Logging" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Logging" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Fern and Daisy Perfume Bottle No. 2661"
Tiffany and Company
American, founded 1837
New York, New York
"Fern and Daisy Perfume Bottle No. 2661", 1870/75
"Maple Sugaring" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Maple Sugaring" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Farming" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Farming" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Lobstering" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Lobstering" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Ice Cutting" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Ice Cutting" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Marble Quarrying" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Marble Quarrying" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"Grist Mill" plate, "New England Industries" series
Designed by Clare Veronica Hope Leighton
English, 1899-1989
Wedgwood
Barlaston, England
"Grist Mill" plate, "New England Industries" series, 1952
"LCW" Lounge Chair
Designed by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
American, 1907-1978 and 1912-1988
Manufactured by Evans Products Company,
American, 20th century, Grand Haven, Michigan,
for Herman Miller Furniture Co.
American, founded 1905, Zeeland, Michigan
"LCW" Lounge Chair, designed 1945; made 1946/49
"DKR" Side Chair
Designed by Charles Eames and Ray Eames
American, 1907-1978 and 1912-1988
Made by Herman Miller Furniture Co.
Zeeland, Michigan, founded 1905
(note: Herman Miller Furniture Co. became Herman Miller Inc. in 1960)
"DKR" Side Chair, designed 1951; made 1951–1967
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