Catalogue: Quilts: Amish and Mennonite (25)


Mennonite Baskets Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania   $1,685   

This Lancaster County Mennonite Baskets quilt is unusual for the small scale of the baskets. Each measures 4 inches tall and is filled with triangles. The off blocks are quilted with cross patterns and cable in the border. The handles are machine appliqued, as is often the case. Everything else is hand sewn.The small scale zigzag inner border is a wonderful complement to the baskets. The background color is a slightly dusty green. The same fabric is used for the entire backing. It is an unusual... Click for details      
  
Mennonite Baskets Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania
Mennonite Princess Feather Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania
  Mennonite Princess Feather Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania   $4,600

The richly colored Princess Feather quilt is a color choice with this pattern seen several times only in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Variations exist in the center motifs but the four block Princess Feather on a rich blue ground with red and orange is a combination found only in Lancaster. This quilt has an especially nice continuation of the appliqued feathers throughout the border. It is well quilted with a waffle design throughout the body. There is a sliver of color loss on one edge.... Click for details

Mennonite Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania   $795  

Un-used Lancaster County Mennonite Log Cabin quilt in rich colored medium weight wools. The quilt is in pristine condition with an unusual cotton cheater's cloth backing. Measurements s 68" x 73". Circa 1890; Pennsylvania origin. The border is a deep purple, not black as it may appear on some monitors.
Mennonite Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania
Mennonite Wreath Applique Quilt and Matching Crib Quilt: Ca. 1880; Pa.
  Mennonite Wreath Applique Quilt and Matching Crib Quilt: Ca. 1880; Pa.   $9,600

I can count on one hand the number of 19th century quilts I have seen with a matching crib quilt. Never have I seen as stunning a quilt with matching crib in such pristine condition. Both are in the spotless, unwashed condition as when they were made nearly 140 years ago.. The full size is quilted with concentric wreaths very similar to the appliqued pattern in addition to stylized flowers. The border is diagonal lines. The swag and tassel borders are great frames for the robust colors and... Click for details

Mennonite Oakleaf Variation Quilt: Circa 1880;Pennsylvania   $3,950  

This Mennonite quilt from Lancaster, Pennsylvania takes the traditional Oakleaf pattern to an entirely new level. The five Oakleaf blocks alternate with diamond blocks that create a continuous overall pattern when seen from afar. Double sawtooth borders create the effect of the Tree Everlasting pattern. The quilt is in excellent; unwashed condition. It is well quilted with wreaths in the green blocks and cable patterning in the wide green border. Stitching in the red blocks echoes the appliqued... Click for details
Mennonite Oakleaf Variation Quilt: Circa 1880;Pennsylvania
Lancaster County Amish Sunshine and Shadow quilt: Circa 1910
  Lancaster County Amish Sunshine and Shadow quilt: Circa 1910   $3,650

It is safe to say that this Lancaster County Amish Sunshine and Shadow quilt is the best of its type. The colors are the rich jewel tones that are most sought after. Exactly the right amount of red is well placed to make the colors "pop". The quilting is finely done with traditional feathering in the outer border. Condition is as pristine as the day it was made more than 100 years ago. The quilt is made of fine wools on both front and back. The letter R is cross stitched on a back corner. The... Click for details

Mennonite Tumbling Blocks Quilt: Circa 1880;Pennsylvania   $1,900  

This wonderfully graphic Mennonite Tumbling Blocks quilt (aka Baby Blocks) is made of fine, light wool fabrics from the late 19th century. The colors are deep and rich - perhaps a tad lighter than on the screen. The corners are quilted with the medallion wreath patterns often seen in Lancaster County Amish quilts. The patterns throughout the rest of the border are unusual designs of leaves; flowers and berries. The quilt is in excellent condition. The backing is a printed polished cotton with a... Click for details
Mennonite Tumbling Blocks Quilt: Circa 1880;Pennsylvania
Lancaster County Amish Diamond in Square Quilt: Circa 1920
  Lancaster County Amish Diamond in Square Quilt: Circa 1920   $6,800

This classic Lancaster County Amish Diamond in a Square quilt is done with the most desirable of jewel colors. The front is entirely made of wool with a cotton backing. The center square is quilted with concentric stars. Both purple interior borders are quilted with what is known as a pumpkin seed pattern. The outer red border has the traditional scrolling feather. All of the needlework is finely done. The in intials SB are embroidered on a back corner. The interior of the quilt is in... Click for details

Lancaster County Amish Nine Patch Quilt: Circa 1930's   $9,500  

This stunning Nine Patch variation has all of the bells and whistles one hopes for in a Lancaster County Amish quilt. The colors are the classic jewel tones used in Lancaster wool quilts. The same Nine Patch on point blocks are used throughout but the use of color creates a center medallion. It is well quilted with a variety of floral patterns. Condition is excellent; measurements are 84" square. Made in the 1930's.
Lancaster County Amish Nine Patch Quilt: Circa 1930's
Mennonite Touching Stars Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania
  Mennonite Touching Stars Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania   $2,200

This Mennonite Touching Stars quilt clearly reflects the Victorian era in which it was made. The stars are made of totally irregular pieces similar to those used in Victorian Crazy quilts. It is all wool with a nice variety of embroidered stitching throughout the stars and the Four Patches between them. It is in excellent condition; measurements are 78" x 82". The backing is a Bars pattern made of red and blue homespun type checked fabrics making it reversible to a totally different kind of... Click for details

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