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Lady of the Lake Pieced Quilt
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, ca 1900. A pieced quilt featuring Lady of the Lake pattern in pale yellow on quilted white ground, having a yellow inner border and white binding; 73.75 x 69.5 in.

Note: According to consignor records, this quilt is a copy of an 1810 Vermont quilt design.


Provenance:  
Property from a Cincinnati, OH Collector


Condition:  
Faded. Significant age discoloration. Display pocket along both ends of reverse. 
Sold: $338.25
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