Provident Companies, Inc. Gifts to Worcester Art Museum

I. Paul Revere Silver
Pepper Box, 1725-40
Cream Pot, 1755-60
Salver, 1760
Pair of Salvers, 1760
Butter Boat (Sauceboat), 1760-70
Cann, 1760-70
Porringer, 1760-70
Coffee Pot, 1760-70
Tankard, 1760-70
Snuff Box, 1760-70
Cream Pot, 1762?-70
Spoon, c. 1770
One Tablespoon, and One Teaspoon, probably 1770-75
Teaspoon, 1770-90
Sugar Bowl, 1780
Salt Spoon, 1781
Ladle, 1780-95
Tablespoon, 1780-95
Cream Jug, 1784
Pair of Scalloped Teaspoons, c. 1785
Teapot and Stand, 1785-90
Cann, 1785-90
Butter Boat (Sauceboat), 1780s
Child's Porringer, 1785-95
Cream Pot, c. 1790
Bowl, c. 1794
Sugar Urn, c. 1795
Six Teaspoons, 1790-1800
Sugar Tongs, c. 1795
Three Teaspoons, c. 1795
Goblet, c. 1795
Tankard, 1795-6
Child's Whistle and Bells, 1795-1800
Bowl, c. 1800
Cream Pot, c. 1800
Pitcher, 1804
Six Teaspoons and One Tablespoon, c. 1805
Pitcher, 1806
 
II. Engravings
"Landing of the Troops," 1770
"Boston Massacre," 1770
 
III. Furniture
Hepplewhite Mahogany Grandfather Clock, 1790-1810
Hepplewhite Sideboard, 1780-1790
Queen Anne Highboy, 1740-1750
Cherry Chippendale Secretary, 1770-1780
 
II. IV. Promissory Note
Promissory Note, 1777