One Patch Quilt in Squares: Ca. 1880; Maine   $1,435.00   

Nicely made One Patch quilt in which the pieces are set on point in groups of squares. The groups, made primarily of printed fabrics, are separated by solid white diamonds making a nice distinction between groups. It has a wonderful array of late 19th century fabrics. White binding is the backing turned over. Excellent condition; there is damage to one square. Measures 62" x 75". Maine origin; circa 1880.      
  
One Patch Quilt in Squares: Ca. 1880; Maine
Silver and Copper Necklace with Rose Quartz
  Silver and Copper Necklace with Rose Quartz   $750.00

Handmade silver and copper box links necklace interspersed with balls of rose quartz. Designed by Violante Ulrich in Mexico. Violante's father purchased the Spratling ranch after Spratling's death. She grew up surrounded by the designs and craftsman of the Mexican silver master. The necklace measures 27" wearable length. Links are 5/16" wide.

LeMoyne Stars Crib Quilt: Circa 1900   $1,095.00  

Red and blue LeMoyne Stars crib quilt made even more charming by the quilted inscription "Grandma's Darling". Finely quilted with patterns of small squares. Measures 36" x 43". Three striped borders continue the patriotic theme. Excellent condition with very slight wear to a small part of the binding.
LeMoyne Stars Crib Quilt: Circa 1900
Basket of Flowers Doorstop: Circa 1920
  Basket of Flowers Doorstop: Circa 1920   $195.00

Elongated Flower Basket doorstop dating to the 1920's. Made of heavy cast iron. Nice patina.

Painted Frame with Mirror; Circa 1900   $595.00  

Beautifully painted frame with red flowers that extend over the beveled glass mirror. An unusual feature of the frame are the painted gold three dimensional circles around the edge. The frame measures 22 3/4" square. There is a small piece missing from the upper right corner of the frame; everything else in very good condition.
Painted Frame with Mirror; Circa 1900
Gambler's Choice Quilt: Circa 1960
  Gambler's Choice Quilt: Circa 1960   $2,900.00

This is certainly a one of a kind quilt made for the card playing or craps playing gambler. The green fabric is also reminiscent of the top of a pool table. Dice are shown in the corners as well as the inner medallion. Hearts, spades, diamonds and clubs surround them. This is the ultimate crossover quilt with traditional star and tumbling blocks patterns as well as the gambling theme. Measures 80" square. Clever use of polka dot fabric for binding and backing that continues the dice theme.... Click for details

Light and Dark Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1920; Pa.   $625.00  

Striking Log Cabin quilt that makes several light and dark patterns. Consistent use of solid colored red and blue give the quilt lots of zing. It is as crisp and pristine as the day it was made in the 1920's. The backing is made of large blocks of solid color pastels. Measurements are 76" square; Pennsylvania origin.
Light and Dark Log Cabin Quilt: Circa 1920; Pa.
Tin Basket with Wood Bottom: Circa 1900
  Tin Basket with Wood Bottom: Circa 1900   $625.00

Handmade basket of heavy tin with a wood bottom. The hinged lid opens from both sides. Measures 18" to top of handle and 16" in length.

Hexagons Hooked Rug: Circa 1920   $1,675.00  

Unusual hooked rug of hexagons filled in with a variety of patterns. It is made of wools; circa 1920. Mounted on a stretcher and ready to be hung either horizontally or vertically. The stretcher is 36" x 73. The rug is in excellent condition. There is a puncture on the foamcore backing that does not go through to the rug.
Hexagons Hooked Rug: Circa 1920
One Patch Bars Quilt: Circa 1880; Maryland
  One Patch Bars Quilt: Circa 1880; Maryland   $650.00

This country quilt has a bit more sophistication than most. The blocks filled with One Patches are set so that there are diagonal lines of color. Bars between the blocks are solid color red while the border is a small print very close in color. Excellent condition; short green Bars between the blocks started as a darker color but have faded uniformly to a soft green. Measures 66" x 70". Frederick County, Maryland origin; circa 1880.

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