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Dinnerware

M.B. stamped on top edge

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial

Metal or wood dinnerware and cutlery was widely used because of its durability. Valuable and breakable dishes, such as china, would have been a family heirloom or handed down. China was not as practical as pewter or copper.
Plate: Pewter, Dia 21, H 1.0 cm
Plate: Pewter Dia 21.2, H 1.0 cm
Teapot: Pewter H 21.5, Dia 11.3 cm
Fork: Wood, iron L 17.5, W 2.0 cm
Fork: Wood, iron L 16.3, W 1.8 cm
Fork: Wood, iron L 17, W 1.2 cm
Fork: Wood, iron L 15.8, W 1.2 cm
Fork: Wood, iron L 16.2, W 1.2 cm

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