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Straight Furrows Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1870; Pennsylvania   $1,425   

Striking Straight Furrows Log Cabin quilt done in fine wool challis with an elegant glazed cotton backing. The quilt is made with beautifully combined jewel toned printed and solid fabrics. The centers are unusual in that they are Four Patches rather than the usual single block. The binding is a narrow red wool tape. Measurements are 84" x 85". Pennsylvania origin; circa 1870's.      
  
Straight Furrows Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1870; Pennsylvania
Patriotic Shields Quilt: Circa 1915; Pennsylvania
  Patriotic Shields Quilt: Circa 1915; Pennsylvania   $1,425

This patriotic Shields quilt is unusual in both pattern and size. It measures 58 inches square. The quilt is from Hometown, Pennsylvania (Schuylkill County) and was probably made at the time of World War I. It is in excellent, unwashed condition. There are a few light smudges in the border that can likely be removed with washing. The background is made of several different white cotton fabrics. The border is quilted with concentric chevrons that may have been intended as Victory V's. The... Click for details

Floral Applique Quilt: Circa 1860   $2,400  

This four part floral applique quilt appears to be an original pattern. Each stem of two flowers is part of a group of four that creates a dense cluster. The same flowers "grow" out of the swag border. It is very well quilted with feathery designs throughout the white sashing. The quilt has been professionally laundered and is in excellent condition. Measurements are 84" x 92". Made circa 1860.
Floral Applique Quilt: Circa 1860
Linda Lee Johnson Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings
  Linda Lee Johnson Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings   $395

Sterling silver dangle earrings by Linda Lee Johnson. Johnson (1944 - 2018) is best known for being the first jeweler to sell her collection at Barney's in New York in 1989. Prior to that, her work was represented by Tiffany. These earrings measure 1 7/8 inches in length and 1 inch at their widest. Backs are posts inside of which is Johnson's signature triple lobe crown mark. Weight is 37 grams. Made circa 1990; excellent condition.

Hexagon Quilt: Circa 1850; Maine   $7,800  

This overall Hexagon quilt is bursting with diamonds and hexagons radiating out from the center. The very center hexagon is a fussy cut duet of roses. Bands of the two shapes are made with an exquisite group of printed fabrics from the second quarter of the 19th century with nice use of light and dark. Quilting is done with diagonal lines. The quilt is in excellent, unwashed condition. The fabrics are strong and totally intact. There are a few smudges that are fairly inconspicuous due to the... Click for details
Hexagon Quilt: Circa 1850; Maine
Album Patch Quilt: Circa 1850; Yardley, Pennsylvania
  Album Patch Quilt: Circa 1850; Yardley, Pennsylvania   $2,950

This is an elegant version of an Album Patch (aka Chimney Sweep) quilt done in a glorious grouping of fabrics from the second quarter of the 19th century. The binding is a hand loomed tape. The center is signed with the name Martha Harper. She was from Yardley, Pennsylvania; born in 1807. The fabric used for the diagonal sashing and border looks to be pieced but is actually one blue and brown printed material. The quilt is in excellent condition. There are several light water marks on the back... Click for details

Wagon Wheels Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania   $1,800  

This Wagon Wheels quilt has the finest quilting imaginable. The white ground is filled with swirling, intersecting feathers. The center white border is also done with a feather pattern flanked by chevrons in both red borders. Quilting of this quality is not often seen but particularly not in a straightforward pattern like this. The quilt is in excellent, unwashed condition. There is one tiny smudge about the size of a pea that seems to be from the pencil marks outlining the... Click for details
Wagon Wheels Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania
Sewing Roll Up Huswif; Connecticut; Circa 1850
  Sewing Roll Up Huswif; Connecticut; Circa 1850   $975

This exquisite huswif sewing pocket is made of a beautiful grouping of printed fabrics from the second quarter of the 19th century. Each pocket and the border are different materials. They are all in perfect condition. The pocket measures 4 inches wide and 11 1/2 inches long. It is accompanied by a family history indicating it was from the home of Martha and Joshua Marcy who lived in Woodstock, Connecticut.

Caesar's Crown Quilt: Circa 1850; Maryland   $2,850  

This is an elegant example of a Caesar's Crown quilt. It is extremely finely quilted with a feather border and floral motifs throughout. The teal blue/green and reddish/brown prints are "dressier" than many of the more traditional reds and greens. The sawtooth border in a lighter color sets it all off well. Some might want this washed but it is not imperative. The small spots could certainly be removed with a bath and the already dense quilting would appear even more prominent. That said, to my... Click for details
Caesar's Crown Quilt: Circa 1850; Maryland
Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver Bracelet
  Eduardo Herrera Oxidized Silver Bracelet   $1,750

Dramatic, articulated bracelet by Mexican architect turned jeweler, Eduardo Herrera. He oxidizes the surface of the 950 silver (higher quality than sterling) to create the black surface. The multiple links make it surprisingly fluid and comfortable to wear. The bracelet measures 8 inches in wearable length and 1 3/4 inches wide. The multiple rivets seen on the back demonstrate the care and intricacy with which the bracelet is made. The bracelet is sold in a wood box custom made by Herrera.

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