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OHIO ATTRIBUTED "LIBERTY" JACQUARD COVERLET

Lot 0043 Details

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OHIO ATTRIBUTED "LIBERTY" JACQUARD COVERLET, red, green, and dark blue wool, and light blue and natural cotton, two joined panels, center featuring repeated floral and geometric motif pattern, three edges with fringe and a border of church-type buildings flanked by tulips and eight-point stars alternating with potted flowers. Bottom corners with spread-wing eagle above "LIBERTY". Possibly Daniel Pursell, Portsmouth, Scotio Co., OH. Second quarter/mid 19th century. 78" x 72" with fringe.
Very good overall condition with some toning and stains, spots of losses to wool fringe, light fading to green wool along top edge and ends of fringe, wool with some scattered small spots of losses/pulled threads mostly to the red color.
Literature: Parallels Anderson - American Coverlets and Their Weavers, pp. 100, 101, corner blocks.
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.
Condition
Very good overall condition with some toning and stains, spots of losses to wool fringe, light fading to green wool along top edge and ends of fringe, wool with some scattered small spots of losses/pulled threads mostly to the red color.
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OHIO ATTRIBUTED "LIBERTY" JACQUARD COVERLET

Estimate $200 - $400
May 22
Starting Price $100
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0043: OHIO ATTRIBUTED "LIBERTY" JACQUARD COVERLET

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Est. $200 - $400Starting Price $100
The Routson Americana Collection - Part 1
Sat, May 22, 2021 09:00 AM
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Lot 0043 Details

Description
...
OHIO ATTRIBUTED "LIBERTY" JACQUARD COVERLET, red, green, and dark blue wool, and light blue and natural cotton, two joined panels, center featuring repeated floral and geometric motif pattern, three edges with fringe and a border of church-type buildings flanked by tulips and eight-point stars alternating with potted flowers. Bottom corners with spread-wing eagle above "LIBERTY". Possibly Daniel Pursell, Portsmouth, Scotio Co., OH. Second quarter/mid 19th century. 78" x 72" with fringe.
Very good overall condition with some toning and stains, spots of losses to wool fringe, light fading to green wool along top edge and ends of fringe, wool with some scattered small spots of losses/pulled threads mostly to the red color.
Literature: Parallels Anderson - American Coverlets and Their Weavers, pp. 100, 101, corner blocks.
Provenance: From the collection of Nick Routson, Phoenix, AZ.
Condition
...
Very good overall condition with some toning and stains, spots of losses to wool fringe, light fading to green wool along top edge and ends of fringe, wool with some scattered small spots of losses/pulled threads mostly to the red color.

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