POWDER AND SHOT (AKA) by Boston and Sandwich Glass Company (Operated: 1825-1887), C. 1870's
• AKA: Horn of Plenty; Powderhorn and Shot
Note: Sid Lethbridge 2019: Any assignment to B&S should be treated as speculative because there is no documentation to back it up. Many of the pattern assignments to Boston & Sandwich were made during the period where everything that could not be documented to Bakewell, Pears and McKee was automatically B&S. We know that there were about thirty companies making tableware during the flint era but only a handful get credit for most of the production.
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Shape: Spooners
Contributor: George C. Nesmith

Shape: Assortments
Contributor: Janet Borden

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: Janet Borden

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Stemware
Contributor: Calvin Wilberger

Shape: Stemware
Contributor: Liz Roach

Shape: Stemware
Contributor: Jeffrey S. Evans

Shape: Salts, open
Contributor: John Ragsdale--master salt

Shape: Creamers
Contributor: Jim Thielen

Shape: Creamers
Contributor: Jim Thielen

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Winfred Huff

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Elaine Huddleston Henderson