Bradley & Hubbard"Winter" Plaque

No. R17404

Bradley & Hubbard calling card tray or plaque. It has dramatic detail. The color remains with appropriate wear. On the back it has “B & H 1811”. The chain on the back is still in good condition too. This is the women with a shawl “Winter”. Circa 1900.

In 1895, in a biography of co-founder Nathaniel Bradley, Henry Hall described Bradley & Hubbard as, "This company has enjoyed almost phenomenal success, and from a small concern, employing only six workmen, it has grown to own and occupy an immense plant of brick buildings, with a floor area of nearly seven acres, employing about 1,500 operatives, with offices and sales rooms in New York, Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia."

  • OriginAmerican
  • Circa1900
  • RegionConnecticut
  • MaterialCast Iron
  • Depth1 1/2 in
  • Diameter7 3/4 in
  • Price$450.00
Bradley & Hubbard"Winter" Plaque - R17404

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Bradley & Hubbard"Winter" Plaque - R17404 Bradley & Hubbard"Winter" Plaque - R17404

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