Betsey Telford-Goodwin's Rocky Mountain Quilts 130 York Street York Village, Maine 03909 207-363-6800
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Special Notice
Betsey Telford-Goodwin will give a talk on
"The Sociology and History of the Early New England Quilt: 1780 to 1890"
Sat Nov 5 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Cabot Mill Antiques
14 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME 04011

All quilts are sent on approval

All quilts are guaranteed for authenticity and condition.

Please enjoy seeing our new family of
Big Belly Bears.

And be sure to check out our newly added copious array of
Finished Fragments

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Picture of the front of the Rocky Mountain Quilts shop.

Please feel free to ask about our payment plans!
We are happy to ship internationally.

Welcome to our online Antique Quilt Gallery where you can ask to see an Antique Quilt on Approval in the privacy of your home, or find information on our Quilt Washing and Quilt Appraisal services. Does your quilt need Restoration?

Over 95% of our vintage quilts are in completely original condition, and many of the quilts are in unused condition. We also sell stuffed animals created from over-loved antique quilts, ready to become someone's treasured friend.

We preserve every restored quilt's integrity by using only same date or older original fabrics. See our Restoration information page or call us.

Shopping is made easy with our policy of sending quilts to you on approval for review in the privacy of your home before purchase. Please call us about any quilt you're thinking of purchasing or with a question about any of our antique quilts, quilt tops, quilt blocks and vintage fabrics - we're happy to help you.

Our York, Maine antique quilt shop hours

Summer (May 1 to Oct 31)
Monday-Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5

Winter (Nov 1 to Apr 30)
Monday-Saturday 10-4, Sunday by chance or appointment

Or call for other times -- we are usually available


We're at the southern tip of Maine just 10 minutes from Portsmouth, NH in lovely and scenic York Village. If you'll be visiting our area and are hoping to purchase a quilt or would like an appraisal please call for an appointment. Click here for detailed driving directions.

20 Categories of Antique Quilts to View - Click here to view my Antique Quilts for sale.

Betsey Telford-Goodwin's Rocky Mountain Quilts

Betsey Telford-Goodwin is a member of the prestigious Antiques Council of America, as well as the Maine Antiques Dealers Association (MADA), the New Hampshire Dealers Association (NHDA),the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiques (SPNEA).

Rocky Mountain Quilts specializes in the full range of antique quilts dating from 1780 to 1950. However, our African American pieces date from 1880 to the 1960's. Our inventory reflects all categories of quilts; pieced, appliqued, folk art, Mennonite, Amish, African American, Victorian Crazy quilts, and Broderie Perse, among others. Antique quilts can be made solely from cotton, wool, or silk, or made from a combination of these fabrics. Our antique quilts are truly textile art for the wall or bed. We also offer antique quilt tops, blocks, quilt fragments, feedsacks, and vintage linens.

Did you know that antique quilts are the most under priced art form in America today? Purchase with confidence; all of my quilts are guaranteed for authenticity and condition.

Shopping for Antique Quilts in Our Online Gallery

If you do not see just the right quilt on our webpage to suit your particular needs, then please call or email us so we can look among the quilts in the shop and help you find the perfect quilt. We have many more quilts than are on the web page.

All quilts can be shipped on quick approval, and all quilts are guaranteed for dating, condition and value.

When you are ready to purchase a quilt on our website, please do not email any credit card information, as our site is not secure. Call 1-207-363-6800 and we will work out all of the purchase and shipping details at that time.

The Rocky Mountain Quilts Shop

Rocky Mountain Quilts is located in a wonderful 270 year old post and beam barn attached to my home in York Village, Maine. It is filled to the brim with over 500 antique quilts waiting to continue their histories with new families.

For those who enjoy the great outdoors, there are wide sandy beaches for relaxing, rivers and harbor for kayaking and the Nubble Light House standing guard on Cape Neddick for sightseeing. There are many historic buildings to visit in York Village, as well as privately owned shops to explore at your leisure.

Contact Us

Telephone - for orders, questions, and to make appointments - Shop numbers: 207-363-6800 or 207-351-3380

Email - Betsey@RMQuilts.com

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Shipping FedEx address -
130 York Street
York Village, Maine 03909


Payment Methods:

Rocky Mountain Quilts is happy to accepts cash, checks, American Express, Visa, and Master Card. Bank wire transfers are an easy method of payment for both domestic and international sales. If you are traveling, we will be happy to ship your purchases via FedEx at your convenience. Click here for Contact information

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Star of David Folk Art Original Design with Miniature Stars of Bethlehem Quilt Top
An image of a quilt top
Judea folk art is very rare. A Judea quilt top is even more rare. This amazing quilt top encompasses both categories. Created somewhere between 1875 and 1920, this wonderful piece of art was made before Adolph Hitler came to power.

It has The Star of David all around the border in the 3-1/2" squares. There are 8 turkey red Star of David throughout the quilt. There are 14 blocks of a beautifully pieced Star of Bethlehem. Each triangle has 1" sides. The Star of Bethlehem is comprised of fabrics dating from the middle of the 19th century.

Is it possible that this fabric was the clothing of some very beloved individual? In the middle is the initial "E", which I assume stands for the individual's last name. It is pieced on blue and rose color chambray fabric. Hand pieced. All done by hand with a running back stitch. This quilt top has been entirely pieced and appliqued by hand. The piecing has been done with a running back stitch indicative of the 19th century when individuals created either clothing or textiles meaning never to take them apart.

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