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Silver rectangular stock buckle with four raised knobs to button on one end of the stock and four hinged teeth on the chape. The buckle is marked on the verso with the silversmith's initials.
"DR" (Maker's Mark)
Title Pair of watch guards Accession Number 1925.344 ab
Title Pair of bracelets Accession Number 1925.359 ab
Title Necklace Accession Number 1925.360
Title Hair pins Accession Number 1925.361 ab
Title Buckle Accession Number 1925.362
Title Buckle Accession Number 1925.363
Title Cameo brooch Accession Number 1925.364
Title Cuff links Accession Number 1925.365
Title c - Brooch, pin and cuff links Accession Number 1925.366 a
Title c - Buckle and hook-eye on cardboard Accession Number 1925.367 a
Title Shoe buckle Accession Number 1925.368 a
Title Stock buckle Accession Number 1925.368 b
Title Buckle Accession Number 1925.369
Title Buckle Accession Number 1925.370
Title Buckle Accession Number 1925.375
Rogers, Daniel, 1735-1816 (Silversmith)
Clothing -- Accessory
1 3/4 x 1 1/8 x 1/4 (HxWxD) (inches)
"Hidden Treasures from Elegant Eras," Historic Jewelry from the Collections of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities presented by Shreve, Crump & Low, September 15 - November 30, 1995. "Jewelry at Historic New England," Online exhibit presented by Historic New England launched September 30, 2007 at www.historicnewengland.org/jewelryhistory/.
For more information on the silver maker Daniel Rogers see Belden, Louise Conway, "Marks of American Silversmiths in the Ineson-Bissell Collection," (1980): 363-364; Buhler, Kathryn, "American Silver, 1655-1825 in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston," vol. 1 (1972): 381-383; Fales, Martha Gandy, "Daniel Rogers, Ipswich Goldsmith (The Case of the Double Identity), "Essex Institute Historical Collections," 101 (January 1965): 40-49 and "Daniel Rogers, Silversmiths," in "Antiques," 91 (April 1967): 487-491; Kane, Patricia E., "Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers," (1998): 858-863.