Nicely scaled variation of a Nine Patch doll quilt in which the squares are divided into triangles, giving it an entirely different look. Has no batting just a top and back. Excellent condition with the sole exception of one corner with some shredding the size of a pea. It is visible in lower left corner. Fabrics on the front are 1870's and 80's; back is a floral print that may be a little later. Measures 16 1/2" x 17.
Well crafted Loveapple quilt, a pattern not often seen. It is beautifully appliqued and nicely quilted with a crosshatch pattern in the body of the quilt and undulating vine throughout the border. The leaves are a rich teal green color. with a droll touch. The print on the fabric is a flower much like the Loveapple in shape.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin; circa 1860.
The quilt measures 88" x 96", long enough to go over the pillows on a bed without shams. This is unusual for ...click for details
A pattern of Light and Dark Diamonds is usually done with the strips of a Log Cabin. This example is unusual in that the maker used triangles to create the same effect. It is in as crisp, clean condition as the day it was made in the 1880's. The interior is quilted with geometric patterns and a cable throughout the border. The backing and border are the same white fabric with a very small red polka dot. Measurements are 76" square; Pennsylvania origin.
This dramatic light and dark pattern is specific to the town of Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania (Montgomery County) in the late 19th century. Squares and triangles are very effectively used to create multiple diamonds and zig zag frames. This example is in pristine, unused condition. It is nicely quilted with diamonds and a cable in the border.
This is a particularly fine example of the desirable New York Beauty pattern. The colors really seem to give off the glow of sunshine. It is well quilted with overlapping circles that are a terrific complement to the round pieced pattern. The New York Beauty pattern was named by Mountain Mist in 1930 when they published it with recommendations for this particular color combination and quilting patterns. Variations of the pattern had been known prior to 1930 but not with this name.
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Richly colored Economy Patch quilt with a unique border.
The indigo fabric is especially deep in color and accented with an orange print. The off blocks are a medium blue printed with both fine stripes and small circles. The border is unique. The corner blocks have a quirky touch- two are medium blue Birds in the Air; one is indigo Birds and the third does not exist. Quilted with starflower patterns in the off blocks. Made circa 1850; Pennsylvania origin. Measures 76" x 82"; excellent ...click for details
Double sided quilt in which both sides are the same Open Center pattern. The body of the quilt is a black on red print with a paisley border. The condition of one side is excellent; the other has a narrow area of fade. Quilted with diamond patterns. Measures 74" x 88"; Pennsylvania origin; circa 1880.
It's safe to say that this doll quilt is unique pattern. It is pieced; appliqued and embroidered and looks something like an aerial landscape of farmland. Measurements are 19" x 26"; circa 1920. It is made primarily of cotton with a bit of wool for the embroidery.
Finely quilted Delectable Mountains crib quilt from the 1920's. The blue is more of a cornflower shade than may appear on the monitor. The Wild Goose Chase border is a clever way of continuing the triangle theme with a different, compatible pattern. Freshly laundered; excellent condition. Pennsylvania origin.
This Lancaster County Amish Center Diamond Quilt is one of the most beautiful I have had the privilege to own. The colors; quilting and condition are outstanding. The photos, particularly the overall, do not do justice to the colors. The outer border is more of a bottle green than may appear on the screen. The red is the warmest tone imaginable. All of the colors are the saturated, jewel tones considered most desirable in Amish quilts. It is made of fine wool with a cotton back. Measurements are ...click for details
Gorgeous, totally hand-stitched Quilt, including the hem, offered by our Dealer No. 401. Measures about 92" x 72", and in great condition with a few minor areas of light soil from age and use. Worth much more than the price!
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This classic Nine Patch quilt is enhanced by a triangle border of a complimentary fabric. The deep indigo of the nine patches are set off by the blue and rose striped triangles. It is very finely quilted with a variety of patterns. It has been professionally laundered and is in pristine condition. Measurements are 96" x 98", ideal for a queen or king size bed. Pennsylvania origin; circa 1850.
Elongated hexagons are combined to form bands of color in this unusual quilt. What makes it most unusual is that it is a charm quilt, meaning that none of the fabrics are repeated. It is truly a library of fabrics of the late 19th century. Measurements are 83" square. The shape of the hexagons creates a scalloped edge on two sides.
This unusual Baltimore Album Quilt incorporates traditional and original blocks that are a combination of bold and delicate. Six different baskets of flowers are all original in design and well done. The crossed tulips, on the other hand, are traditional and fairly simple. Two unusual blocks are chintz applique (broderie perse). The most unusual block is the chain with a padded square on point with a loop. It may be meant to be a potholder. The variations in style indicate that this album quilt ...click for details
Finely crafted version of a classic Barnraising Log Cabin Quilt. Printed wool challis fabrics are beautifully combined to make the concentric diamonds pattern. Solid wools are used for the two borders that are quilted with cable patterns. They beautifully frame the central pattern. Measurements are 82" square. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin; circa 1880.