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American Antique Quilts Created in Maine

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Q9092
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Q9092 "H" Block Log Cabin Quilt
c.1870
65 x 76 inches
Bethel, ME
$1,600

Mint Condition!
A very hard to find, mint condition, child's quilt. This c.1870 "H" block Log Cabin design is comprised of mint fabrics dating back to c.1840. Upon very close examination one can discern some very early treadle machine stitching along with the tiny hand stitching. The Apx. 10" blocks are comprised of 1" width "logs". The configuration of the colors have created the "H" block pattern...There is a tiny 1/4" applied off white binding finishing this stunning, calming and graphic quilt.
Created in Maine using a method indicative of New England....the way the individual blocks are joined on the back. Because this quilt was foundation pieced the sewer negated the need for quilting and as a result created a summer weight quilt. The colors that seem the most prominent are red, white and blues. There are dozens of different calicoes and prints. This perfectly executed quilt is a perfect wall art size for many homes.....or a great size to use as a summer "throw".
Ready to be sent for your at home approval.



Q9059 Grandmother's Flower Garden
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Q9059 Grandmother's Flower Garden
c. 1950
58 x 88 inches
Maine
$650 or $1,200/pair

There are two of these, almost but not quite identical. They share many of the same fabrics...What a happy room these would create!
The Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern can only be pieced by hand. The second most popular quilt pattern during the Depression, it is still much loved and treasured. The amount of work that goes into the composition of this pattern is staggering....the earliest patterns were Mosaics, usually made from silk, many foundation pieced, without the specific color order we see on 20th century quilts and came to us from England. The name and design of this pattern was created in the 1920's.
This quilt was created in the 1950's and used many of today's, in fashion, colors...GREY!!..and more.
Made for a twin bed, this quilt can also be used, because of its size, as a throw for any size bed....or anywhere else you may want a cuddly coverup.
Each side of these (hundreds) of hexagons measure 3/4"..the outside ring of each garden is a solid color, the inside row is a coordinating calico, the center of each is a yellow/gold solid. The order of the print and solid rows is juxtaposed to the normal design and therefore rare and unusual. There is a separate applied 3/8" binding. The outside edge of each row is quilted, the center circle is outline quilted and the Gardens are joined by a white path.
In unused condition, organically hand washed by Betsey, this very happy feeling quilt is ready to be sent for your approval.





BTG71
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BTG71 "Blue Work" Embroidered Child's Quilt
c.1925
75 x 85 inches
Maine
$1,400

During the 1890's there was a craze for the style called "Red Work "...The Victorian era was rich with beautiful embroidery embellishment on silk and woolen quilts. A simpler style was created where the sewers could iron on stencil patterns then execute the stitching...usually a simple embroidery stitch. These quilts were created mainly using cotton fabric and therefore children could join in the style of the era. At that time the quilts were mostly red and white with the embroidery executed in red thread.
This C.1925 ..what I am calling "Blue Work" quilt, is the only one I have ever owned. I am surmising that the sewer was probably older...Maybe a Grandma making this for her grandchild :-)....She was using a style that was meaningful to her and deemed by her family too precious to use.
Created from 42 blocks, each measuring apx. 7-1/2" square, this quilt is a simple blue and white, the most popular color in our country. We have embroidered pictures of children, animals, flowers, days of the week, fairy tales and much more.
The sashing on this quilt, evoking happy feelings, measures 3-1/2" ..there is a double outside border with the blue measuring 3-1/8" and the white measuring 3-1/2". The perfectly executed quilting designs are : 1-1/4" crosshatching in the squares, "X" quilting design in the joining blocks, chain design in the sashing with diagonal quilting 1-1/2" apart on the borders. This quilt is finished with a separate applied white binding.
Appearing to be unused condition and now organically hand washed, this quilt is now ready to be sent for your at home viewing.



BTG63 H-Block Log Cabin Fragment
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BTG63 H-Block Log Cabin Fragment
c.1845
58 x 61 inches
Maine
$2,300

This wonderful H-Block Log Cabin quilt has been created from very, very fine wool challis, even having a wool challis backing. This quilt fragment is a large size. Where this quilt has been rebound with origional, same mid 19th century wool schallis fabric, one would assume the quilt to be of origional size. There was one end of the quilt that was not good so we removed that end and then rebound the quilt. Now that this quilt is not an origional size it becomes a fragment. This quilt appears to be in perfect condition.
The quilt was executed using( approximately 7-1/2 inch blocks. Naturally, at this age, everything was hand pieced. The fabrics were very, very expensive fabrics. The blue was a very 1840s blue. It's a deep rich cobalt blue, and the green calico is just absolutely gorgeous.
This quilt has been in my collection and is now ready to go up for sale.
Ready to be sent for your in-home approval.



Q6261 Courthouse Steps Quilt
Q6261 Courthouse Steps Quilt
c.1875
82 x 84 inches
Maine
SOLD

This very sophisticated Sunshine and Shadows Log Cabin Quilt appears to be in unused condition. Very generous in size, measuring 82 x 84 inches, this quilt will completely cover the top of a king size bed or will fit a queen size bed perfectly with 12 inches over the sides. Made around 1875, many of the fabrics date back to the 1840s. This quilt comes from Maine and appears to be in unused condition. The binding is a 3/8 inch hand applied binding. The whole quilt is foundation pieced and made in a method that is indigenous to New England. It's foundation pieced in squares with extra backing fabric, then the squares are sewn together. This is a summer coverlet, a quilt withouit batting. You can use it all year. You can use this quilt in the summer instead of a blanket or use just a sheet with it, and in the winter it's perfect over a down comforter or any other kind of blanket, giving you warmth.
This quilt's design and colors are stunning. It's graphic and would decorate a wall in a great room exquisitely, or would be absolutely gorgeous on your bed. When looking at this quilt the first color I notice is red, turkey red, and then after that there are blues, more red calicoes, and browns. It's basically reds, blues, greens and browns, and it is gorgeous.
This stunning quilt is ready to be viewed in your home.



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Q9095A Squares on Point Youth Quilt
c.1845
58 x 60 inches
Brewer, ME
$1,600

Simplicity can be so graphic as we see here in this wonderful mid 19th century Youth quilt. This early quilt measures approximately 58 X 60 inches and contains over sixty 4-1/2 inch blocks on point and approximately 25 half blocks surrounding the outer edge of this quilt. There is a 2-1/2 inch border with a 3/8 inch separate binding finishing the quilt. There is a vast array of mid to early 19th century cotton prints creating a wonderful piece of art work. The binding frames this quilt perfectly. The backing is a gorgeous c.1845 print. Completely pieced and quilted by hand in the Brewer, Maine area....a New England textile treasure. In my possession are 2 youth quilts believed to be made by the same woman. The other one was started in 1828 and finished many years later. There is a hand written note on the back of the other quilt.. I would like these two to stay together and will offer a discount for keeping both together. Organically hand washed and ready for your at home viewing. Please ask for more information.



Martha Washington
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CONET3 Martha Washington
c.1880
68 x 76 inches
Lebanon, Maine
$2,500

Meticulously hand quilted, this pieced quilt is one of my favorites. The small triangles measure apx 1-1/2 x 1-1/2 x 2", the large triangles measure 5 x 5 x 7”. If this quilt did not have a split center...two triangles..one white and one blue..the name of the pattern would be ocean waves, but with the split squares the name changes to Martha Washington. The applied binding appears to be put on by machine and finished by hand. This 19th century blue is a wonderful mid century shade of indigo; sought after by many people. Actually blue is the most popular color in our country. This graphic quilt will fit perfectly on a twin, double or the top of a queen size bed. A beautifully graphic quilt it can also hang as an art piece for your wall. Made in Lebanon, Maine, the family name will be given upon sale.



conlk6 Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt with Native American Symbols
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CONLK6 Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt with Native American Symbols
Dated February 18, 1894
66 x 82 inches
Found in Maine
$1,600

After looking at and researching dozens of Crazy quilts to the best of my ability, I believe that this Maine quilt has definite Native American influence and symbolism. This original piece of art is comprised of 20 blocks, each measuring apx 16” square. A Victorian crazy quilt that is totally unique. There is Native American symbolism thoughout the quilt. This quilt has embroidered names, auld lang syne, staffs of wheat and ears of corn and planted rows in a field. Wonderful colors with wonderful motion and one of a kind. The front fabrics are wool, wool challis, wool silk and heavy cotton. The backing is all wool. This piece would provide great warmth as a quilt on a bed. As a piece of art,on a wall, this quilt would be artistically wonderful and soothing to the eyes. Ready to be sent for your viewing and approval.



conclk2 Folk Art Crib Quilt with Embroidered Swan
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CONCLK2 Original Folk Art Embroidered Table Embellishment
c.1890
28 x 38 inches
Found in Maine
$2,900

In complete original condition, this creatively embroidered table embellishment is comprised of 24 7” blocks with wool embroidered motifs on black wool. We have a swan, which to me represents a relationship lasting a lifetime, flowers and leaves representing spring, summer and happiness. There’s a bird with “AM” embroidered on its wing. Created in the 1890s, it appears that the maker was incredibly creative and probably came from a less affluent family. The backing of each block is a much earlier homewoven fabric. There are sleeves or what are called pockets sewn on the back making it ready for hanging. Equally beautiful would be as a center focal point of your dining room table...Ready to be sent for your viewing and approval.



Q9004 Miniature Blocks: Silk and Silk Velvet Log Cabin Barn Raising Quilt
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Q9004 Miniature Blocks: Silk and Silk Velvet Log Cabin Barn Raising Quilt
c.1870
60 x 65 inches
Maine/New Hampshire
$5,100

This silk velvet log cabin has a specific way to hang because the top of the quilt is without a border. I’m assuming they wanted that to be at the head of the bed. In mint condition, this exquisite quilt has a 4” golden silk velvet border that has been turned back to make a pillowcase edge.

The piecing was done with 1/2" logs and a 1" center chimney. Completely pieced by hand, these diminutive pieces create an exquisite outcome. Created over 150 years ago, it is ironic that these are all today’s colors. The backing is 19th century dress lining. This extraordinary textile will make a perfect focal point for your living room or great room. Silk fabrics will pulsate when properly lit, almost taking on another dimension. This quilt already has sleeves sewn on the back in case you would like to hang it as art on a wall.



Q9095 Early New England Child's Bars Quilt
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Q9095 Early New England Child's Bars Quilt
Signed and dated 1828
42 x 50 inches
Bethel, Maine
$1,600

I found this rare, and what appears to be unused, child's quilt in Maine where it originated from the Bethel area. The fabrics used in making this child’s quilt are from the very early 1800s with one fabric possibly from the 1700s. It contains 4" and 5” alternating strips, 3-1/2” square diamonds. There is a handwritten note on the back where this quilt has been signed and dated 1828. A wonderful, rare child's quilt appearing to be in unused condition. This quilt has fabrics that I have never seen in my 31 years of business. The back is an amazing and rare whole cloth backing of a very early block print calico. The rarity and yardage of these fabrics point to the fact that the creator's family must have been very well off. This special quilt has been organically hand washed by Betsey and is ready to be sent on approval.





Q7034 Folk Art Broderie Perse Quilt
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Q7034 Folk Art Broderie Perse Quilt
c.1860
68 x 82 (172.7 x 208.3 cm)
Maine
$975

A totally unique folk art rendition of an earlier Broderie Perse style, this quilt has been arranged in block formation with 2 ¼ inch Turkey red sashing and border. Many nineteenth century fabrics have been cut out in various shapes and hand appliquéd with miniscule stitches. The diagonal line hand quilting is spaced approximately 1 inch apart. The border includes a 3/8 inch wide separately applied Turkey red binding and the backing is muslin. Professionally hand washed by Betsey; please ask her for more details.



Q9066_A Courthouse Log Cabin
Q9066_A Courthouse Log Cabin
c. 1880
46 x 68 inches
Maine
SOLD

Foundation pieced in a manner used only in New England. Each square was separately foundation pieced, and the edges were turned under and joined on the back. There is no batting in this child's quilt (youth bed), therefore it can also be called a summer quilt. However it is perfect to use this over a warm blanket in winter. The creation of each block results in the quilting that you see on the back. The turkey red floral binding is much older and can date from the 1850s. The array of fabric used to create this sunshine and shadows quilt dates from 1850 to 1880. Graphically wonderful, this is the perfect size quilt ot use for a wall hanging, on your couch, or s throw on a bed. It was meant for a youth, so is a perfect size for a youth bed. Found in Maine. Professionally hand washed by Betsey. One piece of the binding has been restored with the identical fabric. The rest of the quilt is in original condition.











BTG65 Unusual Log Cabin Quilt
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BTG65 Unusual Log Cabin Quilt
c.1920s
70 x 84 inches
Maine
$900

An unusual Log Cabin design. Sounds like an oxymoron to me.... There are many, many different Log Cabin patterns that have been created using every imaginable fabric that can be stitched in strips. Most are variations of commonly known patterns. Here is one that is very unusual....Created all by hand in 7-1/2" blocks..80 of them in total ...and made up from 1" logs using cotton fabrics dating from the 1860's to the 1920's. The 5/8" binding is turned over from the front to the back, a continuation of the 6-5/8" turkey Red border. This binding technique is unusual for New England. The quilt is a summer weight, meaning that there is no batting. The backing is a khaki color dress lining fabric. Could this woman have been a dressmaker and these are left over scraps? If so why the huge range in fabric dates? The center red chimneys are quilted using red thread. Condition of this quilt appears to be unused and would adorn the top of a king size bed or drape over the sides of a queen size bed. Yes, this quilt would also be a wonderful piece of art for your wall and can easily be folded in half or quarters for a smaller space.
Organically hand washed and ready to be sent for your at-home approval.



Q9121 Wool and Cotton Flannel Cozy Nine Patch Quilt
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Q9121 Wool and Cotton Flannel Cozy Nine Patch Quilt
c.1920
68 x 78 inches
Maine
$1,400

This very, very cozy quilt is comprised of 13-1/3” blocks with each of the nine squares having sides measuring apx 4-3/8”. These squares are joined with 4-1/2” sashing of a gray cotton flannel. The intersecting blocks joining the squares measures apx 4-1/2” and are a soft medium blue flannel fabric. The nine patch blocks are comprised of both flannel and wool. There is a 3” blue cotton flannel and a gray cotton flannel around two sides of the quilt. The whole cloth backing is gray flannel which has created a warm, cuddly yet very graphic quilt. There is a separate applied 3/8” flannel binding. The entire piece has been quilted in a diagonal quilting pattern. All work has been executed by hand. It appears this quilt has never been used...now ready to keep you warm and cozy.
Always sent for your approval.



DQ304 Trip Around the World Doll Quilt
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DQ304 Trip Around the World Doll Quilt
c.1928
11 x 11-1/2 inches
Maine
$165

This precious little doll quilt is in complete original condition. Lovingly pieced and quilted by hand and finished with a pillowcase edge executed in teeny tiny stitches. The 1” squares create the trip around the world using a variety of 1920's-30's calicoes. This diminutive quilt appears to never have been used and now organically hand washed and ready for your approval.





QT233 Political and folksy Red Work Child's Quilt Top
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QT233 Political and folksy Red Work Child's Quilt Top
Dated and Initialed 1904-1910
48 x 61 inches
Maine
$625

This one of a kind Red Work Child’s Quilt appears to have taken 6 years to complete as it is dated 1904-1910. This special political, folksy Red Work quilt top has been created from 30 6-1/2” blocks joined together with a 3-1/2” red sashing. There’s an American flag flying over embroidered and dated initials, embroidery representing fireworks, probably representing the 4th of July celebration. This piece is filled with Victorian symbolism and items important to a little girl's life. Antique quilt tops are never washed until they are quilted, so this is in original, as found condition. Discovered in Maine. All ready for you to quilt or collect as is.





Q7066 Dresden Plate
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Q7066 Dresden Plate
c.1928
80 x 96 inches
Maine
$900

The Dresden Plate pattern was one of the three most popular patterns during the depression era. It is a pattern loved by many and treasured to the extent that many were not used and have survived in perfect condition. This is one such quilt. It’s rare to find a Depression era quilt created from solid color fabrics. Most of the quilts from this era were scrap bag quilts. This quilt is one created from purchased fabrics. It has never been used. It could have been made for a cherished family member, a wedding present or friend who may have moved away. The blocks measure 16-3/4” square, the binding is 1/4” and the long spokes measure 4-1/2” in length. The center circle of the plate has a 3-1/2” diameter. It’s unusual that this quilt pattern is finished with scalloped edges. Such edges are seen on the Double Wedding Ring pattern. Because of the size, this quilt can easily fit a queen size bed. The background fabric is slightly off-white. It is in perfect, unused condition. The solid fabrics go well with most decors.



Q8131 Steeple Chase
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Q8131 Steeple Chase
c.1900
78 x 80 inches
Maine
$1,400

The hand quilting on this piece is incredibly executed. One can still see the faint pencil marks for the quilting design. It is comprised of hundreds of 1-1/4 inch squares on point. Most people are more familiar with the Irish chain pattern where the piecing of that pattern is on the diagonal. The steeplechase uses the same construction, but on the vertical and horizontal. The minuscule salmon check fabric almost appears as a solid color from a distance. Completely pieced by hand, it's finished with a binding measuring only a little over 1/8 inch. The six open areas of white measure 12 inches square, the twelve rectangular blocks measure 12 x 5-1/2 inches and the four inside corner blocks are 6 inches square. Each block is heavily embellished with a whole leaf design, half leaf design and quarter leaf design. They are executed by using perfect small quilting stitches. The outside edge has a double border; one row measures 2 inches wide while the other measures 3-1/2 inches. These borders are quilted with a swag design and diagonal quilting. I find this quilt to be very sophisticated with simplicity. It appears to be unused. The woman who made this was probably from a prosperous family where she could create this masterpiece without using it as a bed cover. Professionally hand washed by Betsey and ready for a new home. This quilt could fit a twin, double or queen size bed.



Q9077 Dresden Plate Summer Coverlet
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Q9077 Dresden Plate Summer Coverlet
c.1930
74 x 91 inches
Maine
$395

In perfect unused condition. The plates measure 11-3/4 inches tip to tip. The plate is made up of 4 inch long segments with a 3-1/2 inch diameter peach circular center. This summer coverlet will completely cover the top of a king size bed with a little over 5 inches on each side. There is no top or bottom to this piece so it will fit a queen or double bed depending which way you turn the quilt. There is a 1/4 inch hand applied scalloped binding. All work is executed by hand with minuscule stitches. Believed to be from west central Maine.



Q8953 Yoyo Coverlet with Lavender Paths
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Q8953 Yoyo Coverlet with Lavender Paths
c.1930
86 x 108 (218.4 x 274.3 cm)
Maine
$750

This is the largest Yo Yo coverlet I have ever seen! The picture you are looking at is actually the coverlet shown on my king size bed.
Hundreds and hundreds of 2" yo yo's are artistically placed to create a visual impact. There is a lavender "path" joining the 8" square blocks that each contain 16 yo yo's. I have been told that some women really enjoyed making these because you could easily take fabrics with you to work on...also because small pieces could be used in their construction.
There is every color you can imagine used here in the dozens and dozens of different calicoes from the 1920's into the early 1930's. The fabrics appear to be all unused...the coverlet appears the same. After months or years taking to make this captivating piece of art...I guess it was too special to use...now it is all ready to be a showcase on either a queen or king size bed.
Ready to be sent for your "on the bed " approval.



CQ347 Little Bo Peep Crib Quilt
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CQ347 Little Bo Peep Crib Quilt
c.1945
32 x 43 inches
Maine
$350

This charming little bo peep kit quilt was made somewhere between 1940 and 1945. All the applieque and quilting are done by hand. The little soldiers are carrying American flags, which would have been very patrioitic for that era, therefore I am placing it around 1944-1945. The binding is all done by hand. The chevron, floral and cross hatch quilting are all done by hand using pink quilting thread. the back kof the quilt is pink, the fabric being a nice cozy flannel. Created in Maine, this adorable quilt appears to have been hardly used. On this littl bo peep quilt we also have an embroidered humpty dumpty, little tin soldiers, and another nursery rhyme applique. This sweet quilt would be an adorable piece of art for a baby's room. Created in Maine, this quilt is in complete original condition. Professionally hand washed by Betsey.



DQ122 Doll's quilt created by a child
DQ122 Doll's quilt created by a child
c. 1928
11 x 20 inches
Maine
$165

Complete original condition. One can easily tell by the shape of this quilt and some of the pieces that a child definitely had a hand in its creation, probably alongside her mother or grandmother.





QT500 Mosaic Quilt Top
c.1830
82 x 74 inches + 16" tail
Maine
$625

When this quilt top was created, the pattern's name was a Mosaic. The Grandmother’s Flower Garden pattern was not designed until the 1920’s. This top was created for an early four post bed. New England was the only area that created quilts with "cut outs" for 4 post beds. The fabrics are unused, the colors are vibrant and in perfect condition, looking as if it were created yesterday. Each hexagon has 1-3/4” sides. The quilt top is comprised of a chrome yellow calico, a turkey red calico, double pink calico and over-dyed green calicos, representing the four colors of each garden. The "gardens" are joined with white paths. The green and pink calicos are very unusual. The fabrics by themselves are worth far more than the price of the top. At the time this quilt top was made, all these fabrics were very expensive, possessed only by affluent families. This quilt top can be finished for a bed, as is, or the tail removed and the fabric used to create pillows. Ready to be sent for your approval.



QT236 Bricks/Streak of Lightning Quilt Top
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QT236 Bricks/Streak of Lightning Quilt Top
c.1880
80 x 80 inches
Maine
$525

The red and white calico pieces are apx 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches alternating with a black and white diminutive star print. This is one of the very few pieces in my shop that I know is from York, Maine, where my shop is. Pristine condition and ready to quilt. I’m also able to sell the same date fabric if someone chooses to have that. This will fit a queen size bed. Hand stitched.



QT219 Nine Patch quilt top
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QT219 Nine Patch quilt top
c.1880
69 x 69 inches
Maine
$385

This nine patch is comprised of 11.5" blocks made up of 4" squares. These blocks are both hand and machine pieced. An unused quilt top is perfect to take apart, harvesting the fabric to make a miniature quilt. 4,761 square inches of fabric gives a quilter a lot to work with All the fabric appears to be unused. There is a small amount of fading on a few of the solid blues where it was folded. Other than that, the colors appear to be perfect.



QT804 Mosaic quilt top
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QT804 Mosaic quilt top
c.1928
76 x 90 inches
Maine
$475

All hand pieced wonderful array of 1920s fabrics with a pale yellow center of the mosaics and the same center joining the paths. This is very unusual. Perfect condition. Beautiful piece.







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