Elias Pelletreau Long Island silversmith by Dean F. Failey

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Statementby Dean Frederick Failey.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 51092 (N)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 190 leaves
Number of Pages190
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Open LibraryOL1826737M
LC Control Number89893714

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Oct 09,  · Account Book No. 2, kept by Elias Pelletreau, circa –65, – Leather binding and laid paper; 13 by 8½ by /8 inches. Long Island Collection, East Hampton Library. Elias Pelletreau Jr. store account books, Elias Pelletreau was born on August 24,in Southampton, New York, the son of silversmith Elias Pelletreau () and.

An entry in Elias Pelletreau's Account Book 2, p. 34, dated Februarylists a tankard made Elias Pelletreau book Nathaniel Woodhull, of 30 oz / 3 pt / 12 gr, with charges for the fashioning at 2/6 per ounce and "Ingraving ye Sipher" for 6 shillings.

The order also included a pepper box, milk pot and teapot, among other objects. May 21,  · By MABEL C. WEAKS; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, May Southampton, Long Island, is the place where Captain Elias Pelletreau was born, May 31, There, today, in the old cemetery, may be seen an ancient brown tombstone thus inscribed: “On Memory of Capt.

Elias Pelletreau who died Nov. 2, in the 85, year of his age.”. Get this from a library. Elias Pelletreau, Long Island silversmith, and his sources of design.

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Exhibition The only serious studies of Elias Pelletreau have been two articles written by Mabel C. Weaks which appear in Antiques magazine in Miss Weaks's list Elias Pelletreau book his silver served as the point of departure for the present exhibition.

Apr 21,  · Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith And His Sources Of Design [Elias Pelletreau, Arthur J. Pulos, Marvin D.

Schwartz] on letoitdebois.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying letoitdebois.com: Elias Pelletreau. Nov 12,  · Article on Elias Pelletreau, Colonial silversmith who worked from shop in Southhampton, NY; illus shows examples of work (L) Serving the 18th‐century version of the island's “Blue Book. The son of Elias, John Pelletreau (b.

) continued the silversmith business established by his father in the town of Southampton. John's work also drew great attention and popularity. John occupied the position as silversmith until his death in when his son William Smith Pelletreau (b.

Get this from a library. Elias Pelletreau, goldsmith of Southampton, Long Island, New York. [Bennett W Trupin] -- Captain Elias Pelletreau was born 31 May He was born in Southampton, Long Island. Francis Pelletreau and his wife Jane Osborn Pelletreau were his parents.

Elie Pelletreau, who emigrated to. tion in the exhibition “Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith and Entrepreneur,” on view at Long Island Museum through December Deborah Dependahl Waters, a former Museum of the City of New York curator and Failey’s Winterthur classmate, served as the show’s guest curator and a contributor to its accompanying publication, Elias.

“This book about the life and work of Elias Pelletreau makes the past come alive. It will give those who read it something to think about on the way to the Hamptons ” Click the link below to read Lita Solis-Cohen’s full review of our latest publication, Elias Pelletreau: Long.

A Book Review Long Island’s Leading Silversmith by Lita Solis-Cohen T his book about the life and work of Southampton, New York, silversmith and entrepreneur Elias Pelletreau () makes the past come alive. It will give those who read it something to think about when stuck in traffic on Long Island’s Route 27 on the way to the Hamptons.

Elias Pelletreau, the grandson of a Huguenot emigre, was a truly distinguished citizen of Long Island and important as a skilled craftsman, one of the first to be successful on Long Island. Fig. Engraved teapot by Elias Pelletreau. Lent by the Minneapolis Institute of Art Fig.

Cann by Elias Pelletreau. The account book of Elias Pelletreau (b. ) which covers from to provides a list of customers, prices and projects Elias worked on as a silversmith. This account book coupled with his indenture of apprenticeship, provide a glimpse at the trade of silversmith in early America.

Elie Pelletreau, Jean Pelletreau, Paul Pelletreau, Francis Pelletreau, Magdalena Pelletreau The following is the introduction in the Pelletreau Family book, author William Smith Pelletreau: The ancestor of the Pelletreau family, according to tradition, was a Sieur Pelletreau, who was a physician to Admiral Coligny, and with his illustrious.

Feb 04,  · Elias Pelletreau Long Island Silversmith and His Sources of Design; published by the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New york.

Dimensions 6" width by 9" height and weight grams, 52 pages. Jan 23,  · An entry in Elias Pelletreau's Account Book 2, p. 34, dated Februarylists a tankard made for Nathaniel Woodhull, of 30 oz-3 pt gr, and with charges for the fashioning at 2/6 per ounce and "Ingraving ye Sipher" for 6 shillings.

The order also included a pepper box, milk pot and teapot, among other objects. January 27, A large and comprehensive exhibition of the work of Elias Pelletreau (), Long Island’s most important silversmith, will be on view in the Brooklyn Museum’s Special Exhibitions Galleries from January 27 through March Dec 11,  · A rare book from Special Collections is currently on loan and on view in the Long Island Museum exhibition “Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith & Entrepreneur” through December 30, The exhibition examines and showcases Pelletreau’s unique works of silver crafted in Southampton and New York City, his career, and his patrons.

Elias Pelletreau, if he is the maker, had a long career, working actively from until his death in (there are account books from his last years), and so had several punches over the course of the years. A FINE SILVER TANKARD MARK OF ELIAS PELLETREAU, SOUTHAMPTON, Tapering cylindrical, with a molded foot rim, the hinged flat-domed cover with openwork thumbpiece and serrated rim, the scroll handle with applied baluster at the grip, the cover engraved with the monogram JLG, the base later engravedmarked twice on body 7¼ in.

high; 35 oz. Elias (Elie) Pelletreau and his brother Jean (John) Pelletreau were made freemen of the city of New York, June 10,when William Merritt, Esq., was Mayor.

These two brothers engaged in an extensive business on the north side of Hanover Square, near William Street, in. forthcoming publication of its latest book, Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith and Entrepreneur, – Targeted for release in early Decemberthis work represents a return to Preservation Long Island’s roots in the study of historic decorative arts which began in earnest with the.

For additional information about him, see Dean F. Failey, "Elias Pelletreau, Long Island silversmith," thesis, University of Delaware, SCOPE AND CONTENT. There are accounts for silver, sewing equipment, pewter, brass, furniture, etc. The last account book,was kept by John and Charles Pelletreau after Elias’ death in Made by John, but marked with his father's mark.

InJohn Lyon Gardiner commissioned a pair of porringers, which are documented in Pelletreau's account book. As here, the surviving porringer is also marked with his father's mark. John married Mary Smith on 9 Apr (Mary Smith was born about in Southampton NY and died on 2 Dec ).

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Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith and Entrepreneur, – explores the life and work of one of early America’s most accomplished rural artisans.

Although objects made by Pelletreau are now in the collections of major American museums, he has garnered less scholarly attention than his better-known contemporaries, such as silversmiths Myer Myers (–) in New York and Paul.

The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation grant supported the publishing of Preservation Long Island’s latest book, Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith and Entrepreneur, Released in Novemberthe book explores the life and work of one of.

Oct 23,  · On Saturday, Oct. 27 from a.m. to p.m. The Long Island Museum, Route 25A, Stony Brook will present Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith & Entrepreneur, an all-day symposium exploring this early American silversmith’s life and work, as well as the Long Island Colonial and Revolutionary War-era in which he lived.

Elias Pelletreau () was also an apprentice for seven years, dating from January 12, Soumaine married Susanna Bourdett in New York City and is known to have owned at least one slave. Inwhen the "Negro Plot of " threatened, his slave Tom told authorities that the conspirators asked him to get swords from his master's.

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Lukacs. Mark saw it on my page called "Books. on Antique Bottles, Glass, Stoneware, Ceramics" in a discussion with stoneware collector Timothy Bailey. Jun 02,  · Bennett Trupin, himself a well-known silversmith, acknowledged that his interest in writing the book was inspired nearly four years ago by Roy L.

Wines, Mayor of. A rare book from Special Collections is currently on loan and on view in the Long Island Museum exhibition “Elias Pelletreau: Long Island Silversmith & Entrepreneur” through December 30, The exhibition examines and showcases Pelletreau’s unique works of silver.

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May 06,  · Between andElias Pelletreau crafted the tankards, flatware, porringers and other highly artistic but utilitarian items that are today collected by museums and fetch thousands of dollars.

During the Revolutionary War, Pelletreau organized the local militia and could frequently be seen drilling his forces.

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