Ward Hall is located at 1782 Frankfort Road (US 460 W) in Georgetown, KY. Click the "Directions"  button above for more specific directions.

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David Stuart,

Chairman of the

Ward Hall Preservation Foundation, Inc. at

859-396-4257 or wardhall@wardhall.net

Our Mailing Address

Ward Hall Preservation Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 1957

Georgetown, KY 40324


859-396-4257 wardhall@wardhall.net

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Please Donate for Our Silver!

The Ward Hall Preservation Foundation needs your donation to help us with the recent purchase of significant pieces of silver and china originally belonging to Junius R. Ward (1802-1883), who built the magnificent Greek Revival mansion Ward Hall in Georgetown, Kentucky.


These exquisite pieces—many originally purchased from Tiffany & Co—were sold by New Orleans Auction Galleries on July 26, 2015.  Your contribution is very important to covering

the cost of  these beautiful and historically important pieces.


How exciting that these items are coming home to Ward Hall after all these years.


Click Here to Donate online or mail donations to:


Ward Hall Preservation Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 1957

Georgetown, KY 40324


Thank you for your generosity.  Please donate today!

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Labor Day Weekend

September 5-7!

Five Pieces of Tiffany & Co. Coin (.900) Silver and a Silverplate Waiter (mid-19th century, New York).  Four water goblets by Grosjean & Woodward, a John C. Moore & Son covered sugar bowl, and an unmarked silverplate waiter. All pieces monogrammed "JRW." Provenance: Junius Richard Ward (1802- 1883), by descent through the family.

Thirty-Four Pieces of Tiffany & Co. "Oriental" Coin (.900) Silver Flatware, the pattern designed in 1855 by Henry Hebbard (1819-1906), New York, New York, including five four-piece place settings, with seven additional place pieces and seven serving pieces. Each piece monogrammed "JRW." Provenance: Junius Richard Ward (1802-1883), by descent through the family.

Silver Cake Basket by Tiffany & Co. (mid-19th century, New York, New York) Monogrammed, on one cartouche "JRW."  Provenance: Junius Richard Ward (1802-1883), by descent through the family.

Set of Seven Honore, Paris, Hand-Painted Porcelain Cabinet Plates (second quarter 19th century) each with hand-painted centers of fruit or flowers, and a parcel-gilt bleu royale border decorated with hand-painted floral panels and the initials "JRW", the undersides marked "Ed. Honore a Paris" in stenciled green.  Provenance: Junius Richard Ward (1802-1883), by descent through the family.

Photos and descriptions from LiveAuctioneers.com.