Samuel Casey, 1724-?, of Kingston, craftsman, was colonial Rhode Island's most accomplished silversmith. From his shop in Little Rest (Kingston), Casey crafted teapots, tankards, and porringers that are highly prized by collectors and featured in the top museums in America.
Teapot, Samuel Casey, Little Rest, Rhode Island, c. 1755, silver - Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Read more >
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