Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co., Hartford designs in museums and exhibitions (2016)

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This compilation focuses on designs by Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. and exhibitions including their work. For design catalogues and other historical information concerning Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co., click the link above. For comparable material about other Meriden-related Rogers silver and cutlery companies, see the Rogers section (under "B. ISC, predecessors and divisions") on the Design Meriden overview page.

Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. designs in museums

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (1853-56). Presentation tray. 2 5/8 x 31 1/4 x 20 in. Accession no. 1981.68.2. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT— offline. Viewed 15 April 2017. [AAA00591-C07]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (c. 1857). Pitcher. Accession no. 1967.101.0. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT— offline. Viewed 15 April 2017. [AAA00591-C06]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (1853-61). Fruit dish. Silver plate. Accession no. 121578. National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. Viewed 30 December 2016. [A01378]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (1853-61). Tray. Silver plate. Accession no. 71656. National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. Viewed 1 January 2017. [A01420]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (c. 1858). Tea service. (Search the collection). Silver plate. Accession no. JAGA 1450. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 11 April 2017. [A02146]

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Roger Bros. Mfg. Co. (1858). Tea service (6 items). (Search the collection). Accession no. 45.1079; 45-1081. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02127-28]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (undated). Four forks (with ornate handles). Accession no. 1978.103.9.1-.4. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT— offline. Viewed 15 April 2017. [AAA00591-C31]

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Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (undated). Serving fork (with daffodil pattern). 9 x 1 5/8 in. Accession no. 2012.324.3. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT— offline. Viewed 15 April 2017. [AAA00591-C32]



Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. designs in exhibitions

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(1858; specific dates unknown)
Connecticut State Agricultural Society. Rogers Bros. Hartford (presumably Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co.), (recipient of gold medal for best silverplated ware). [1] Updated 15 March 2017. [AAA00588]

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(14 July 1853 - 14 November 1854)
Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, New York. [Rogers Bros. Mfg. Co. (bronze medal).] Updated 15 March 2017. [1] [AAA00325; AAA00588]


Footnote:
[1] May, Earl Chapin. (1947). A century of silver 1847-1947, (p. 368-69). Robert M. McBride & Company: New York. Viewed 15 March 2017. [DM]



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