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Circa 1780 Pin Prick Embroidery On Paper Mrs Bagshaw The American Lady Rare Folk Art

Circa 1780 Pin Prick Embroidery On Paper Mrs Bagshaw The American Lady Rare Folk Art

Ann Hunsicker Needlework Theorem Vase of Flowers, depicting a large white vase of flowers and leaves sewn onto a linen ground with a saying along the bottom, signed lower right "Ann Hunsicker", 17 3/4" square, custom framed under glass, although no provenance comes with this piece there have been other Barbara Hunsicker made samplers from the Shippack, Pa area in the early 19thC, we believe this could have been done by her sister which corresponds to when we believe this theorem was sewn…

Ann Hunsicker Needlework Theorem Vase of Flowers, depicting a large white vase of flowers and leaves sewn onto a linen ground with a saying along the bottom, signed lower right "Ann Hunsicker", 17 3/4" square, custom framed under glass, although no provenance comes with this piece there have been other Barbara Hunsicker made samplers from the Shippack, Pa area in the early 19thC, we believe this could have been done by her sister which corresponds to when we believe this theorem was sewn…

Woolwork diorama of a bird, 19th c., perched on a branch, 13 1/2" x 18"

Woolwork diorama of a bird, 19th c., perched on a branch, 13 1/2" x 18"

Late 18th-century Schoolgirl embroidery at the Litchfield Female Academy, Connecticut - "This delightful courting scene depicts shepherd and shepherdess in a landscape complete with sheep, cows and dog with a house spewing smoke from the chimney and a tree laden with grapes. Garden and pastoral scenes were romantic indulgences and often created in paint or needlework."

Late 18th-century Schoolgirl embroidery at the Litchfield Female Academy, Connecticut - "This delightful courting scene depicts shepherd and shepherdess in a landscape complete with sheep, cows and dog with a house spewing smoke from the chimney and a tree laden with grapes. Garden and pastoral scenes were romantic indulgences and often created in paint or needlework."

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