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Research on the seventeenth century case furniture of Essex County, Massachusetts and its makers

Updated: Mar 13


James Symonds (American, 1633-1714) valuables cabinet, 1679, made for Joseph Pope and Bathsheba Folger of Salem Village. Courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum. Collections link: http://explore-art.pem.org/object/american-decorative-arts/138011/detail

The PEM acquired the antique chest in 2000 from Christie’s Auction House and paid $2,422, 500 for it. It is now on view in the Barbara Weld Putnam Gallery. An image used in "Early Quaker Meetings Raided by Salem Authorities."


Full PDF Benno M. Forman "The seventeenth century case furniture of Essex County, Massachusetts and its makers."


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Other references “Patronage in Early Salem: The Symonds Shops and Their Customers,” published in “American Furniture 2000” by Martha H. Willough.


The Osborne family chest rediscovered Benno M. Forman


The Osborne family chest rediscovered
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