Attributed to Clement Jackson, Jr. (1741–1777)
Object Place: Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
Buhler, 1972, No. 480
28.57 cm (11 1/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Ladle with turned wooden handle pinned at incised rim into tapering cone seamed at back, adjoining one seamed at side; incised bands above forked joining with ruonded tips to slightly everted leaf-ornamented rim of circular deep bowl.
Engraved on front of bowl: JSF / 1734 [sic]
Marked C with a barred I, each with heavy serif at top, in a small rectangle.
Made for a member of the Stavers family of New Hampshire; descended in the family to the donors.
Gift of Caroline and Louise Sullivan Stavers