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See “Eclectic Taste: Victorian Silver Plate” online at https://t.co/S32Y1mThfT #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on August 04, 2020.

See “Eclectic Taste: Victorian Silver Plate” online at https://t.co/S32Y1mThfT #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on September 14, 2020.

Victorian silver plate designers often combined elements of Gothic, Rococo, and Italian Renaissance styles with Greek and Egyptian Revival influences to create contemporary interpretations of historical styles. #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on September 14, 2020.

The most elaborate items were found in the dining room and main parlor, where they served a variety of entertainment functions. Decorated beverage services such as this lemonade set were very fashionable. #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on August 04, 2020.

Silver-plated housewares are lustrous and ornate examples of Victorian style. Produced in large quantities in England and the United States, silver plate was a hallmark of eclectic décor during the Victorian era (1837-1901). #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on August 04, 2020.

Today is #NationalDogDay. During the 19th century, pet-keeping became an important part of European culture. Dogs began to decorate more household objects, such as this silver plate card receiver. What’s your favorite type of dog? #VictorianSilverPlate https://t.co/S32Y1mBGol

This tweet was posted on August 26, 2020.

Items were decorated with many motifs including animals, ancient Egyptian figures, and Roman goddesses. In this fruit bowl, two Renaissance putti figures sit atop a barge adorned with shells inset with smaller putti at the base. #VictorianSilverPlate #MuseumFromHome

This tweet was posted on September 14, 2020.