Catalogue: Quilts (525)


Nine Patch Crib Quilt: Circa 1870   $585   

This Nine Patch crib quilt is delicate in every way. It has lovely, soft colors. The center of each Nine Patch block has the same oval wreath of flowers. The sashing is a lacey printed design. It is folded in half to create the border. The crib is machine quilted. The fabrics are strong and in excellent condition. Measurements are 28 1/2" x 34". Probably New England origin; circa 1870's.      
  
Nine Patch Crib Quilt: Circa 1870
Baskets Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio
  Baskets Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio   $785

This Baskets quilt is actually pieced as many traditional baskets are but the placement of color makes it an unusual variation. The body of the Basket looks like a Flying Geese pattern because the white triangles are on the outside and it doesn't have the blue to give the appearance of an outline. Whether this was intentional or not, we will never know but it makes for a very interesting pattern. The Wild Goose Chase border is a good anchor for the open, airy pattern. The quilt is in pristine,... Click for details

Thousand Pyramids Doll Quilt: Circa 1870   $485  

Thousand Pyramids doll quilt with a nice combination of soft brown tone printed fabrics. The floral border is a section of the fabric on the back that consists of rows of cherubs alternating with the flowers used on the front. The quilt measures 16 3/4" x 18". It is in excellent condition with the only apology being a nick in the binding. Made circa 1870's.
Thousand Pyramids Doll Quilt: Circa 1870
Basket of Chips Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio
  Basket of Chips Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio   $625

Charming Baskets of Chips quilt done in a soft shade of pink. It is in pristine, unwashed condition. It is nicely quilted with circles and arcs. It is interesting that the quilt is made entirely of triangles. The Basket itself is comprised of three triangles and the border is made of right angle triangles. Measurements are 60" x 72". Made in Ohio; 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 Diamond in Square Quilt: Circa 1920
Windmill Blades Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1880's; Pennsylvania
  Windmill Blades Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1880's; Pennsylvania   $725.00

It is easy to see how this quilt pattern got the name Windmill Blades (aka Pineapple Log Cabin) for it truly conveys a whirling motion. The change of color to yellow in the four corners gives it an interesting turn. The outer border is a dark green calico not black as it may appear on some monitors. The quilt is in pristine, unwashed condition. The back is a pieced Bars pattern, often seen in quilts of southeastern Pennsylvania. This quilt is from Lehigh County, Pennsylvania; made in the... Click for details

Tumbling Blocks Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio   $875  

Unlike the usual overall Tumbling Blocks quilt pattern, this one separates the blocks into clusters. This variation creates six point stars in the white open spaces. The use of solid color fabrics make the three dimensional pattern especially effective. The quilt is in pristine, unwashed condition. Measurements are 72" x 80"; Ohio origin. Made circa 1920's.
Tumbling Blocks Quilt: Circa 1920; Ohio
Fleur de Lis Quilt: Circa 1910; Pennsylvania
  Fleur de Lis Quilt: Circa 1910; Pennsylvania   $725

This Fleur de lis pattern is exquisitely quilted. The ivory blocks have an unusual, four lobe oval design. The quilt is made entirely of a blue printed fabric from the very early 20th century. The quilt is in unwashed condition. Some prefer it that way but a wash would make the fine stitching even more prominent. Measurements are 70" x 84". Pennsylvania origin; circa 1910.

Hawaiian Applique Quilt: Circa 1930's   $5,850  

Hawaiian quilt are sought by collectors for their beauty and rarity. They are traditionally made of a single applique pattern that fills the entire top. The method by which it is created is the same as paper cutting or scherenschnitte, popular with Pennsylvania Germans. The motif usually reflects local flowers and/or vegetation. They are stitched with echo or contour quilting that follows the applique pattern. This fine example is done in a stunning shade of blue. It has been professionally... Click for details
Hawaiian Applique Quilt: Circa 1930's
Reversible Flag/Streak of Lightning Quilt: Circa 1890's
  Reversible Flag/Streak of Lightning Quilt: Circa 1890's   $1,975

This double sided quilt has two patterns that are completely different. One side has a creative version of an American flag with 44 stars. For the most part, they are placed in even rows but one is squeezed on an edge and another placed by itself on one of the red stripes. It's a mystery as to why it was placed outside the canton. The American flag had 44 stars for five years beginning July 4, 1891. The forty fourth star was included for the admission of Wyoming into the Union on July 4, 1890.... Click for details

page:      1 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 23 33 43 53