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White Work Quilt, early 19th century

Lot 0331 Details

Description
White Work Quilt, early 19th century
trapunto worked quilt, signed "AK" in red cotton end edge, central twelve-pointed star encircled by floral border.
Very nicely stitched needlework and finely rendered overall design.
101 x 94 in.

Condition
Minor soiling, without original fringe.
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White Work Quilt, early 19th century

Estimate $400 - $800
Sep 18, 2010
Starting Price $200
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0331: White Work Quilt, early 19th century

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Est. $400 - $800Starting Price $200
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Lot 0331 Details

Description
...
White Work Quilt, early 19th century
trapunto worked quilt, signed "AK" in red cotton end edge, central twelve-pointed star encircled by floral border.
Very nicely stitched needlework and finely rendered overall design.
101 x 94 in.

Condition
...
Minor soiling, without original fringe.

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