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Vases of Coxcombs Ca 1850 Appliqué Friendship Quilt
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American (Belmont Co, Ohio), ca 1850. A lightly stuffed friendship quilt featuring 10 appliqué vase of coxcomb patterns in red, orange and green calico fabric facing various directions, having a border of an appliquéd curving vine with small flowers in matching fabrics, all on a white ground featuring feathered wreath and crosshatch stitching and having green binding with red interior piping, signed in black embroidery along bottom binding Mary. E. Soalterday, Julia. A. Shepard., Isaac. Shepard., William. H. Lourgo., Nancy. Lourgo, Margaret. A. Gladden; ? 82 x 86 in.

Provenance:  
Property from a Cincinnati, OH Collector


Condition:  
Staining along fold creases. Scattered stains, more significant on back.
Sold: $780.00
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