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18ST233: Old Chapel Field

c. 1637-1660



18CV279: Compton

c. 1651-1685


18CV271: Patuxent Point

c. 1658-1690s


18KE292: Buck Site

c. 1660-1700



18PR6: Mount Calvert

c. 1700-1715


7SG57: Avery's Rest

c. 1690s-1720

 

18QU30: Coursey

c. 1695-1730


18ST390: Mattapany-Sewall

c. 1666-1740



18ST330: Fly-St. Inigoes Manor

c. 1705-1750


18CV91 Smith St. Leoanrd

c. 1711-1760s



18CV60: Angelica Knoll

c. 1650-1770



18DO58: Horne Point

c. 1670-1770s


   

18AN39: Saunders Point

c. 1700-1790s



18PR705: Pleasant Prospect Site 1

c. 1730-1790s


18AN339 Java

c. 1652-1890




18PR175: Oxon Hill / Addison Plantation

c. 1687-1895


18ST704: Charles’ Gift

c. 1675-1943



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Updated: 10/31/2011

Plain flat oval leather ornament from 18PR175-9645. Clear glass inset in a plain copper alloy setting. The inset  has a rounded front and flat back, molded with a motif that looks like a flower  in the center of a wreath of dots - click on image to see a larger view. Faceted clear glass inset. Such insets could be used in sleeve buttons or other jewelry - click on image to see a larger view. Silver button with faceted clear glass inset - click on image to see larger view. Faceted green glass inset discolored by patination or decay. Such insets could be used in sleeve buttons or other jewelry - click on image to see larger view. Octagonal links with a Tudor rose motif at the center and dots around the rim - click on image to see larger view.   Clear conical inset with beveled face. Such insets could be used in sleeve buttons or other jewelry - click on image for larger view. Hollow, domed copper alloy buttons with a basket-weave pattern at the center and curved rays emanating from this center motif to the edges. Two holes are present on the back of each button as is common for domed buttons made in two pieces (back and dome) - click on image for larger view. Sexfoil pattern with raised dots from 18CV91 Smith St. Leonard Site. Clear conical faceted glass jewel in a copper alloy setting with a decorative rim from 18CV91 Smith St. Leonard Site. Cast pewter stud. It may have served as a sleeve button or it might also have been for a collar or other part of clothing. Blue faceted glass jewel in a copper alloy setting with a decorative crimped rim. Clear conical faceted glass jewels in copper alloy settings with decorative rims. Black glass inset with raised dots on the front. Colorless glass sleeve link inset with a claddagh pattern molded into the back Pewter setting fragment with two surviving colorless insets molded with a floral pattern.