The Alice T. Miner Museum

The Alice T. Miner Museum

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Chazy, New York  ·  This fifteen-room Colonial Revival museum houses Alice T. Miner’s collection of Early American furniture and decorative arts.
The Alice T. Miner Museum
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A young visitor to Heart's Delight Farm with a lapful of kittens (ca. 1905)

A young visitor to Heart's Delight Farm with a lapful of kittens (ca.

Alice and Laddie at Heart's Delight Cottage (ca. 1910)

Alice and Laddie at Heart's Delight Cottage (ca.

Small handleless cup and saucer, Chinese export porcelain with elaborate armorial and floral motifs in enamel, early 19th century

Small handleless cup and saucer, Chinese export porcelain with elaborate armorial and floral motifs in enamel, early century

A wide variety of pottery featuring black transfer prints of mothers and children was made ca. 1810-1820. The images reflect a new and more sentimental conception of childhood and the role of mothers.

A wide variety of pottery featuring black transfer prints of mothers and children was made ca. The images reflect a new and more sentimental conception of childhood and the role of mothers.

18th-century salt-glazed stoneware with blue scratched design

salt-glazed stoneware with blue scratched design

This cup & saucer is part of a set produced by Wedgwood during World War I at the behest of philanthropist Lillian Gary Taylor to raise money for Allied charities and the war effort. The sets were sold to a select group of private customers, including President Woodrow Wilson and King George V. From left to right, the flags represent Cuba, Romania, Montenegro, Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Russia, Japan, Portugal, and Serbia. The United States is represented by the shield in the…

This cup & saucer is part of a set produced by Wedgwood during World War I at the behest of philanthropist Lillian Gary Taylor to raise money for Allied charities and the war effort. The sets were sold to a select group of private customers, including President Woodrow Wilson and King George V. From left to right, the flags represent Cuba, Romania, Montenegro, Italy, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Russia, Japan, Portugal, and Serbia. The United States is represented by the shield in the…