|Date||1810 circa; 1700 (NHS)|
Metal (silver and ?) oval shoe buckles (2) with a scalloped edge (two tined)
See notes about confusion
Four pair of antique silver shoe buckles, fine condition, circa 1810. (Simon Nager, 1979) [only two are left in 2002]; oval shaped buckles with scalloped edge. Clasps are shaped differently on a and b. (Newport Historical Society)
|Material||Metal (silver and ?)|
|Dimensions||W-4.8 L-3 cm|
|Credit line||Gift of Miss Ellen Townsend|
|Provenance||Probably belonged to Captain Nicholas Easton (d. 1711). (Newport Historical Society)|
"9 Shoe-Buckles" lent to NHS in 1910
in paper record from September 22, 1994 notes that "four pair of antique silver shoe buckles, fine condition, circa 1810. (Simon Nager, 1979)"
Picture from the NHS taken that shows three pairs of buckles, a pair of spurs, and a wooden rectangular piece of wood with a bone circle. Also another picture was taken of part of a shoe.
Do not understand note in 2002 that states only two are left - found three pairs of buckles - not four pairs that were noted in 1979 (Allison Barker December 2014 - Inventory Project Assistant)