Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts designs in collections and exhibitions (2016)

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Regarding brand names, in 1896, Wilcox & Evertsen was bought by the Meriden Britannia Co, and moved to Meriden. In 1898, Meriden Britannia Co. became part of the International Silver Company.


A. Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts (1892-1968) designs in collections [1]

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1920s

Pepper shaker

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / International Silver Company. (1928). Pepper shaker set number 591. Silver and bakelite. (Accession no. 2009.11.3.2. Viewed 8 April 2016. B00116.)

Salt shaker

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (1928). Salt shaker set number 591. Silver and Bakelite. (Accession no. 2009.11.3.1. Viewed 24 April 2016. A00427.)

Sugar bowl

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). Sugar bowl. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.110.3. Viewed 9 April 2016. A00347.)

Compote

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (1928). Compote number 331. (Accession no. 2009.11.2. Silver. Viewed 31 March 2016. A00202.)

Creamer

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). Creamer. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.110.2. Viewed 31 March 2016. A00203.)

Tray

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" luncheon tray. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.109. Viewed 27 April 2016. A00434.)

Cigarette container

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). Cigarette container. Enameled silver and jade. (Accession no. 2002.29.23.A-C. Viewed 27 April 2016. A00445.)

Coffeepot

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). Coffeepot. Silver and ebony. (Accession no. 2002.29.110.1.A-B. Viewed 31 March 2016. A00204.)

Candelabrum

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.3.1.A-B. Viewed 30 March 2016. A00201.)

Candelabrum

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.3.2.A-B. Viewed 30 March 2016. A00200.)


1930s

"Empress" pattern silverware

Alfred G. Kintz for Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (designed 1932). "Empress" pattern silverware. Silver. (Accession nos. 1998.171.1-4. Viewed 7 March 2017. A01688-91.)

Cocktail shaker

Lurelle Guild for Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / ISC. (1934). Cocktail shaker. Silver. (Accession no. 2002.29.54.A-B. Viewed 30 March 2016. B00062.)


B. Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts designs in exhibitions

1920s

29 March - 3 May 1925. American industrial art: Ninth annual exhibition of current manufacturers designed and made in the United States at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Viewed 25 August 2016. AAA00098.)

4 December 1926 - 5 January 1927. American industrial art: Tenth annual exhibition of current manufactures designed and made in the United States at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Viewed 25 August 2016. AAA00095.)


2000s

5 venues: 2005 - 2007. Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design. (Viewed 21 March 2016. A00140.)

> Exhibition venues: Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; Nevada Museum of Art, Reno; Dallas Museum of Art; The Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL; The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN.


2010s

18 November 2016 - 12 November 2017. Shaken, stirred, styled: The art of the cocktail at Dallas Museum of Art. (Updated 2 December 2016. AAA000155-56; AAA00542-43.)


Footnote:
[1] Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts operated in New York (1892-96), Meriden (1896-1929), and Wallingford (1929-68). The company became a division of International Silver Company. [See (a) Stern, Jewel. (2005). Modernism in American silver, page 357. Dallas Museum of Art and Yale University Press.] Viewed 16 May 2016. [A00667]



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