Catalogue


Tree Everlasting with Applique Quilt;Ca. 1870   $2,200   

To the best of my knowledge, this is a unique pattern. The bars are an unusual variation of Tree Everlasting and combined with the Crossed Tulips, I believe it to be one of a kind. The use of solid colors further sets off the wonderful center. Excellent condition; has been professionally washed. Measures 87" x 97"; circa 1870. Pennsylvania origin.      
  
Tree Everlasting with Applique Quilt;Ca. 1870
Three Sigi Pineda Silver Brooches; Circa 1950
  Three Sigi Pineda Silver Brooches; Circa 1950   Sold

Three silver brooches by Sigi Pineda in his characteristic biomorphic style. Fish measures just under 3" wide and 1 1/8" top to bottom. Eye is a silver bead. $195 Flower with green stones that are probably aventurine measures 3" tall and 1 1/2" wide. SOLD Abstract brooch measures 2 1/2" wide and 1" tall; $225.

Wool Crossroads Quilt: Circa 1870   $795  

Rich colored fine wools were used to make this exceptional version of the Crossroads pattern. Highly unusual cotton printed fabric on the back would make this an equally interesting whole cloth quilt to be used on the reverse.Excellent condition on both sides. Measures 81" square.
Wool Crossroads Quilt: Circa 1870
Streak of Lightning with One Patch Quilt; Oklahoma
  Streak of Lightning with One Patch Quilt; Oklahoma   $695

This is a dynamic country quilt with a native American feel. The solid red and blue chambray of the streak of lightning jump out from the plaids and checks. In excellent condition. Back is dark blue and white gingham check. Measures 67" x 83". Oklahoma origin; circa 1910.

Reversible Barnraising/ One Patch Quilt; Circa 1880   $695  

This bold Barnraising Log Cabin is made of wool challis from the 1870's. It reverses to a cotton calico One Patch. Dazzling use of stripes in the center. Some damage to the wools, much of which is visible in a close-up. It does not detract from the overall dramatic impact of the quilt. Measures 68" x 87"; Pennsylvania origin.
Reversible Barnraising/ One Patch Quilt; Circa 1880
3 Hector Aguilar Silver Pins; Circa 1950
  3 Hector Aguilar Silver Pins; Circa 1950   Sold

Three pins by the well known Mexican designer, Hector Aguilar. The stick pin has an onyx stone; the decorative portion of the pin measures 1 inch in length; price is $325. Triangle pin measures both 2 1/4" in width and in length; $475. Bar pin is 2 1/2" wide and 1/2" tall; $325. Both bar and triangle pins are illustrated in Penny Morrill's "Silver Masters of Mexico".

Half Circle Hooked Rug; Circa 1930   $495  

This unusual half circle rug is both graceful and folky. Subtle variation in the background color adds to the depth of the design. Reminiscent of the classical urn themes seen in many decorative arts of 100 years earlier. Circa 1930; Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin. Wool; measures 37" wide and 24" tall.
Half Circle Hooked Rug; Circa 1930
Lancaster Co. Amish Braided & Knitted Rug
  Lancaster Co. Amish Braided & Knitted Rug   $395

This combination of braiding and knitting is typical of the rugs made by the Lancaster County Amish. Beautiful use of color and tone highlighted by the criss cross pattern in the center. Measures 31" x 41"; cotton. Circa 1930; excellent condition.

Ocean Waves Quilt; Circa 1910, Penn.   $695  

This is a pristine Ocean Waves quilt with a pieced bars back, typical of eastern Pennsylvania. Background color is an unusual slate blue/ gray highlighted with quilting in white thread. The quilting patterns alternate between bars and flowers. Nice variety of turn of the century fabrics. Measures 74" x 76".
Ocean Waves Quilt; Circa 1910, Penn.
Amish Philadelphia Pavement Quilt; Ca. 1930
  Amish Philadelphia Pavement Quilt; Ca. 1930   $1,475

The complex Philadelphia Pavement pattern is not often seen, particularly done by the Lancaster County Amish. This version is in pristine, unwashed condition. It has a wonderful contrast of lights and darks, made more intense by the shadings of blue blocks. Measures 86" x 88", large enough for a queen size bed. Lancaster County, Pa. origin; circa 1930.

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