Overall: 3 5/8 x 3 1/8 x 5 3/8 in. ( 9.2 x 7.9 x 13.7 cm )
Silver Weight: 164 oz (troy) 12 dwt (256 g)
Wrought silver mug; circular body with straight sides tapered from applied, molded base band, with meander wire mid way, to an applied, molded rim; applied, molded mid-band with meander wire midway; wide, plain s-scroll handle with a semi-circular terminal; lower, front body engraved with a heart-shaped reserve surrounded by foliate scrolls, " I S E" cipher in the center of reserve; "S/ I * E" engraved in block letters on the handle; maker's mark on the base.
Gift of Miss Elizabeth Harison and William Harison
Inscription: engraved cipher "ISE" framed in heart with Baroque mantling of tendrils surmounted by foliate bud; "S/I+E" engraved in block letters along upper arc of handle.
Maker's mark: stamped on base: "K TE" in block letters conjoined in a rectangle
Johannes Schuyler (1668-1747) and Elizabeth (Elsie) Staats Wendell (ca. 1658-1737); to their son Johannes Schuyler (1697-1741), who married Cornelia Van Cortlandt (1698-1762); to their son Philip Schuyler (1733-1804), who married Catherine Van Rensselaer (1734-1803); to their son John Bradstreet Schuyler (1765-1795), who married Elizabeth Van Rensselaer (1768-1841); to their son Philip Schuyler (1788-1865), who married Grace Hunter (1790-1855); to their daughter Elizabeth Van Rensselaer Schuyler (1815-1866), who married Richard Harison Ogden (1811-1859); to their daughter Gertrude H. Ogden (b. 1843), who married Richard Morley Harison (1833-1895); to their children Elizabeth (1873-1956) and William Harison (1870-1948), the donors.
Hofer, Margaret K. "Seventeenth-and eighteenth-century family silver." The Magazine Antiques 167 (2005): 156-161.
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