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Highlights : Art : Arts and Crafts

Subcategory Arts and Crafts contains 17 item(s).

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front Kelley's blacksmith sign
c. 1900
Cornelius Kelley hung this iron sign in front of his blacksmith shop in Deerfield, Massachusetts at the turn of the 20th century.
front "Witch" basket
The black and orange cats and jack-o-lanterns woven into this raffia basket made during Deerfield, Massachusetts' arts and crafts movement led its owner to call it her "witch basket."
front Shoes with buckles
c. 1910
A Deerfield, Massachusetts resident commissioned a Deerfield artisan to make a pair of silver shoe buckles in an effort to "colonialize" this pair of leather shoes.
front Blueberry basket
Hand-woven reed basket produced during the Arts and Crafts movement.
front Wallhanging-Rose Tree
This Japanese-inspired hanging depicting a rose tree was produced by the Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework and exhibited in arts and crafts shows.
front "Potter's Assistant"
c. 1911
Frances and Mary Allen of Deerfield, Massachusetts, often documented artisans in Deerfield's Arts and Crafts Movement.
front "Palm Leaf Basket Maker"
c. 1902
The Deerfield Basket Makers coordinated many Deerfield, Masachusetts, women to create and sell baskets in the early 20th century.
front Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework
The emphasis in the Deerfield, Massachusetts, Society of Blue and White Needlework was on hand production in a home as opposed to mass production in a factory setting.
front Margaret Christine Whiting (1860-1946)
c. 1895
Margaret C. Whiting (1860-1946) co-authored "Wild Flowers of the Northeast" with fellow artist Ellen Miller in the year this photograph was taken.
front Pocumtuck Basket Makers
In Deerfield, Massachusetts, women of all ages wove raffia and grass baskets during the Arts and Crafts movement.


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