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Huge Native American Turquoise Ring: Circa 1950   $785   

This Native American (most likely Navajo) ring is the largest I have seen. It measures 2 3/16" tall and 1 5/8" wide. It is interesting to note that because of its large size, the maker had to solder two pieces of silver together to create the backing. It is set with round and pear shaped natural turquoise stones. The ring is size 7 1/2 but can easily be sized up or down. Made circa 1950; found in Arizona.      
  
Huge Native American Turquoise Ring: Circa 1950
Hopi Shadowbox Cuff Bracelet with Turquoise
  Hopi Shadowbox Cuff Bracelet with Turquoise   $985

This Hopi silver bracelet with natural turquoise is wonderfully three dimensional. The four irregularly shaped turquoise stones are set below the surface to create a shadowbox. The surface on which the stones are set is oxidized with the black giving the appearance of additional depth. The bracelet is stamped with an abstract design of circles and continuous curved lines on the top and bottom. It weighs a very substantial 123 grams. The inner diameter is 2 1/8" across with an opening of 1". The... Click for details

Roosters Hooked Rug: Circa 1930; Pennsylvania   $875.00  

This charming rug depicts three roosters in profile. It is made of cottons; circa 1930. The front is in excellent condition. The backing has some stitched reinforcements along the binding. They are not visible on the front. Measurements are 22" x 39". Pennsylvania origin; circa 1930.
Roosters Hooked Rug: Circa 1930; Pennsylvania
Navajo Turquoise Rings; Circa 1940's
  Navajo Turquoise Rings; Circa 1940's   $295

Handmade Navajo silver and natural turquoise dating to the late 1940's. The cluster ring on the left measures 15/16" in diameter. It is size 8 3/4. $295 The large triangular ring on the right measures 1 3/8" wide x 1 1/2" tall. It is size 8 1/2. Both rings can be sized up or down. Arizona origin.$275

Barnraising Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania   $1,675  

This is an extremely finely crafted example of one of America's most classic quilt patterns - Barnraising Log Cabin. It is as crisp as the day it was made in the 1880's. It has a wonderful and unusual border. Rather than the more traditional piano key in which all of the strips face the same direction, this divides in the middle of each side to create a V in the center. It is made of a well placed combination of solid and printed fabrics. Measurements are 82" square. Brownstown, Pennsylvania... Click for details
Barnraising Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1880; Pennsylvania
Delectable Mountains Quilt: Circa 1850; New York
  Delectable Mountains Quilt: Circa 1850; New York   $2,200

This Delectable Mountains quilt is delectable not just for the name of the pattern. The choices of color and printed fabrics are equally delectable. The quilt has a wonderful zigzag border in a print very similar to the brown used in the body of the quilt.It is in pristine, unwashed condition. New York State origin; circa 1850. Measurements are 83" x 92".

Quaker Silk Herringbone Doll Quilt: Circa 1870; Pa.   $695  

This Quaker silk Herringbone doll quilt makes a dramatic three dimensional pattern. It is made of a combination of solid and printed fabrics. They are in slightly delicate condition as one usually finds with silks. It is professionally mounted on a stretcher measuring 17 1/2" x 20". The quilt is from Chester County, Pennsylvania; Quaker origin; circa 1870.
Quaker Silk Herringbone Doll Quilt: Circa 1870; Pa.
Elsa Peretti for Tiffany Gold Heart Pendant
  Elsa Peretti for Tiffany Gold Heart Pendant   $785

Medium size Elsa Peretti for Tiffany iconic open heart pendant. It measures 13/16" tall. Perfect on either a gold chain or velvet cord. Made in Spain; circa 1990.

Alphabet Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania   $4,400  

Alphabet quilts are rare and in this eye popping color scheme, even more so. A white pattern on a colored ground is the reverse of what one would usually find in any quilt pattern. The stars used for corner blocks add additional "pop". The quilt measures 68" x 80". It is quilted with concentric circles over each letter and straight lines between. Excellent condition. Franklin County, Pennsylvania origin.
Alphabet Quilt: Circa 1890; Pennsylvania
Lone Eagle Airplane Quilt: Circa 1929
  Lone Eagle Airplane Quilt: Circa 1929   $975

This Airplanes with Eagles quilt pattern was created in 1929 to commemorate Charles Lindberg's 1927 transatlantic flight in The Spirit of St. Louis from Long Island to France. Lindberg flew solo in 33 1/2 hours and became known as The Lone Eagle. The flight made Lindberg an American hero. This quilt alternates pieced airplanes with quilted eagles. It is in excellent condition. Measurements are 68" x 88".

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