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Needlework Sampler Wrought by Boston BOY, Very Few by Boys Extant
“Wrought in the year 1856 by George Nichols Lincoln Aged Twelve Years”
Date/Period: 1846 - SOLD


Needlework Sampler Wrought by Boston BOY, Very Few by Boys Extant “Wrought in the year 1856 by George Nichols Lincoln Aged Twelve Years”, entire view

Measurement: Width: 16.5”, height: 17”

Material: Floss on linen

Condition: Excellent, appears to have originally not been framed

Additional Information: In extremely few cases were both sexes participating in
knitting, sewing, and sampler-making instruction. Master Lincoln wrought five alphabets
and “George Washington Born Feb. 22 . 1732 .” above verse and his identifying
line…beneath is found stitched vignettes. Pinned to the sampler was found a note in
nineteenth century script: “Worked by my brother George and given to me by my Mother
10 yrs before her death. Marg.”

SOLD

223-23




Middletown, Connecticut House
Sampler, Dated 1828
Dolly Ann Cornwell Wrought this in the 11th
year of her age / Middletown / Dec 1828
Silk and wool on linen - SOLD


Middletown, Connecticut House Sampler, Dated 1828
Dolly Ann Cornwell Wrought this in the 11th year of her age / Middletown / Dec 1828
Silk and wool on linen, entire view

Dolly worked this classic Middletown, Connecticut, sampler in the 11th year of her age.
The solidly worked bottom panel depicts prominent buildings and fruited trees in
Middletown. She included a beautiful gentle verse and the most popular verse known on
samplers. A floral border surmounts the triple alphabet registers; the work centered by
strawberry borders. She was the youngest of six children born to David Cornwell and
Grace Johnson. She married Jared Cotton and died at the young age of 22. (Very good
condition, strong color,19 ½" x 18 ½" archivally framed.)

SOLD

324-71




Antique Needlework Picture, Canvas Work, Wool
Anonymous, America or England, Circa 1750 - SOLD


Antique Needlework Picture, Canvas Work, Wool
Anonymous, America or England, Circa 1750, entire view

The work remains in very good condition and is tacked to wooden board; small area of
thread loss to her dress centered between stomacher and central scalloped decorative
band; tiny amount of thread loss to his shoes…all else fine. The work is mounted within
an early 19th century walnut frame.

(View: 21.5 by 25.5-inches; overall: 24.25 by 28.25-inches)

SOLD

925-40




Antique Silk on Silk Needlework, Dover Castle,
Balloon to Calais, January 1785
The First Crossing of the English Channel by Air - SOLD


Antique Silk on Silk Needlework, Dover Castle, Balloon to Calais, January 1785
The First Crossing of the English Channel by Air, entire view sans frame

This little needlework picture shows the balloon carrying Jean Blanchard and Dr. John
Jeffries departing the English coast for Calais, January 10, 1785. Dover Castle and
White Cliffs on the left, with a crowd gathered to watch the departure.

After a picture painted by T. Rowlandson that was engraved by W. Birch; published
August 1, 1789 by Wm. Birch, Hampstead Heath & sold by T. Thornton, Southampton
Street. Covent Garden, London. There are a few splits in upper left of silk, else fine;
frame: 8.75" x 7.5"; view: 4.75" x 3.25".

SOLD

171-133



Marking Sampler, Polly White, Salem, 18th Century
A little girls marking sampler - SOLD


Antique Needlework Marking Sampler by Polly White of Salem, 18th Century, entire view

(New Frame: 8.5 by 8”, sight-size: 7.5 by 7”)

 

1096-64 - SOLD




Embroidery, Silk on Silk Floral Needlework - SOLD


Antique Embroidery, Floral Needlework, Silk on Silk, close up view

19th Century American polychrome needlework in excellent condition
Dimensions: 28.25 by 24-inches.

SOLD

413-1




17th Century Tent Stich Embroidery,
QUEEN of SHEBA visiting KING SOLOMON
English, Circa 1660
Silk, pearls, braids and metallic thread on linen; 16 1/8" x 20 1/4" framed - SOLD


17th Century Tent Stich Embroidery,
QUEEN of SHEBA visiting KING SOLOMON
English, Circa 1660, entire view

This fine tent-stitch picture depicts the Queen of Sheba (now the country of Yemen) visiting King Solomon: circa 1000 BCE and was worked in England around 1660. Executed with variety of colored silk threads in extremely fine tent-stitch; selvedge features twisted metallic thread…the piece is representative of the finest needlework of the period. According to the Bible, the Queen of Sheba visited King Solomon: in Jerusalem to observe the splendor of his new temple and test his famed wisdom with hard philosophical questions and riddles. During Solomon’s reign this type of quizzing was fashionable entertainment among the elite. Solomon: was known as the great solver of riddles and it is likely that the Queen of Sheba also shared his passion.
(Generally excellent condition, couple small losses at extreme edges)

324-46 - SOLD




Sampler, Embroidered Needlework, Massachusetts
House Sampler, Animals, People, Birds, Verse
Elizabeth Walker, Barre, Massachusetts, August 6 1808
Lovely, neatly wrought; good color and clean
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD


Antique Sampler, Embroidered, Barre Massachusetts, 1808, entire view

(Frame: 20.25 by 20.25"; view: 17.25 by 17.25")

593-61 - SOLD




Needlework, Family Record, Floral, New Hampshire, New Ipswich, 1830 Wrought by Elizabeth T. Sanderson, New Ipswich, AD 1830 Silk floss on fine linen - SOLD


Needlework, Family Record, Floral, New Hampshire, New Ipswich, 1830 Wrought by Elizabeth T. Sanderson, New Ipswich, AD 1830 Silk floss on fine linen, entire view

Meandering floral border typical of New Hampshire; undulating leafy vine displaying lush flowers predominantly wrought it shades of blue. (The view area is 16.25” square; there is a stain just above “Family Record” else fine. We have not examined to work out of frame)

497-131 - SOLD




Embroidery, Silk on Linen Canvas-work, Shepherdess Seated in Landscape
England, circa 1740; possibly earlier
Satin floss worked with silk threads worked in a fine variety of stitches - SOLD


Antique Silk Embroidery on Linen of Shepherdess Seated in Landscape, English, Circa 1740, close up view

The seated shepherdess holds a crook in one hand, a flower in the other; she is centered by flora and fauna including birds, snail, her dog; sheep, flowers, trees, and a sun-face dipping below clouds. The work is sealed within a japanned fame having the collectors’ label of Ria Ponsonby (born Victoria Lily Hegan Kennard [1874-1955], daughter of Colonel Hegan Kennard) who married Frederick Ponsonby, 1st Baron Synsonby 17 May, 1899. Ponsonby was private secretary to Queen Victoria and later Edward VII. (The work is in very good condition; some scattered gesso loss to gilt frame liner. Frame: 15 by 12”, sight-size: 12.5 by 9.5”)

1032-124 - SOLD




Needlework Sampler, Townsend, Massachusetts, Wrought 1824, Lucy Pierce
Aged 11 Years, Born October 15 – 1813 - SOLD


Antique Needlework Sampler by Lucy Pierce, Townsend, Massachusetts, Wrought 1824, entire view

Marking sampler, 3 alphabets, fruited plant centered by basket of flowers and stylized tree; Frame: 14.25 by 10.75"; view: 13.25 by 9.75".

1032-53 - SOLD




Needlework, House Sampler,
Mary Brown, Pennsylvania, Dated 1812
Silk on linen; 19 ¾” x 20” framed - SOLD


Needlework, House Sampler,Mary Brown, Pennsylvania, Dated 1812

Mary was a 10-year-old schoolgirl when she worked this impressive house sampler. She included a large brick center-hall house flanked with paired birds, trees, and various flowering motifs and a verse of encouragement for progressive young ladies that still rings true today. “Virtue and wit with science join-d/ Refine the manners form the mind/ And when with industry they meet/ The female character’s complete.”

324-48 - SOLD




Seventeenth Century English Needlework, Embroidered Sampler, Fine and Clean
Wrought by MB, 1658, Silk Floss on Linen - SOLD


Antique English Needlework Embroidered Sampler, English, Dated 1658, entire view

(Frame: 34 by 8”)

1136-2 - SOLD




Needlework Sampler, Marking Sampler and Family Record, Mitchel
Danvers, Massachusetts, Wrought by Rebecca Mitchel, 1818, Aged 12
Neatly wrought border, alphabets, family record and verse - SOLD


Antique Needlework Sampler, Marking Sampler, Danvers, Massachusetts, 1818, entire view

(Generally very good with no holes; staining at top left; minor stain at bottom left, else fine; frame: 23.5 by 23.5"; view: 16.25 by 16.25")

1104-2 - SOLD




Embroidery, Silk Embroidery on Laid Paper, Girl with Birds, Treed Landscape
Anonymous, 18th or Early 19th Century
A charming young ladies effort - SOLD


Antique Embroidery, Girl with Birds, Silk on Paper, 18th or 19th Century, entire view

(Good condition; mounted within period painted frame; frame: 10.75 by 9", sight-size: 8.5 by 6.75")

1032-127 - SOLD




Needlework, Sampler, Polly Howard, Age 12
Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, 1799
Silk on green linsey, some losses to silk - SOLD


Antique Needlework, Sampler, Polly Howard, Massachusetts, 1799, close up view

Polly's family history is written on the back of the frame.
The border was torn and could not be framed; fortunately much was saved.

Polly Howard Aged Twelve 1799
How Blest The Maid Whom Circling / Years Improve Her God The
Object Of Her Warmest Love Whose Useful Hours / Successive As
They Glide The Book The / Needle And The Pen Divide
(Dimensions: 11 by 11" frame, 9.75 by 9.75" sight-size)

1032-137 - SOLD




Needlework, Sampler, Ann Elliott
Worked in the 12th Year of her Age, 1803
New England, possibly New Hampshire
Silk on linen - SOLD


Antique Needlework, Sampler by Ann Elliott, age 12, 1803, entire view

This marking sampler-embroidery featuring double alphabet and numerals, above two baskets of flowers and birds centering a young girl holding a flower spray, all within floral border. The work remains in good condition with only minor thread loss and one small hole at the foot of basket on right. (Frame: 18.5 x 17.75 inches; view: 16.75 x 16.25 inches)

274-109 - SOLD




Woolwork Picture, American Sailor's Woolie, Wooly [sic], American Flags
Mid 19th Century
Underway in rough sea - SOLD


Antique Woolwork Picture, Wooly, Sailor Work, entire view

An exceedingly rare skillfully wrought needlework design featuring a port side view of an American ship under sail flying her colors, and a red, white, and blue banner flutters from her main mast. The work is mounted within original molded and gilt frame; original backboards. In generally excellent condition other than some overall fading. (Frame: 20 by 24.75"; view: 17 by 22")

935-3 - SOLD




Samplers, Pair, Done by Sisters
1817 - SOLD


Antique Samplers, Pair, Done by Sisters, entire and ruler views

Almira, age 14, and Eveline, age 13, worked these samplers in Worcester County in 1817.
The sisters were born in West Bolyston, MA (genealogy available).
They are worked with silk on linen.
Dimensions: 11.5 by 10" frames, 10 by 8.5" sight-sizes.

1032-25 - SOLD




Applique and Embroidery Still Life, Fruits and Birds
Probably English
19th Century - SOLD


Antique Still Life, Applique and Embroidery, close up view

Birds, baskets of cherries and strawberries; grapes, pineapple, melon and other fruits worked in cut and applied wool with embroidered detail. (The period frame measures 23 by 19.25"; view: 20.5 by 16.75")

384-48 - SOLD




Needlework, The Story of Abraham
England
18th Century English Canvas Work
Wool on canvas - SOLD


Antique Needlework, The Story of Abraham, Silk on Linen, close up view

This anonymous work is most likely copied form a print source and tells the story of Abraham. He is depicted in the center with Hagar, his wife's handmaiden, by who he fathered the child Ishmael (Sarah's idea) who she is holding by the hand. Sarah, his wife, standing under the tent holding her son Isaac by the hand, waves them aside. Banished to the desert Hagar is seen praying while Ishmael sleeps, and the angel of the Lord points to a well.

The scene includes numerous 17th century emblematic birds and insects. A pond with fish and birds and the ubiquitous castle complete the image.
(16.75 by 20.75" sight-size, 22.5 by 26.5" frame)

324-44 - SOLD




Silk Embroidery, Shepherd and Shepherdess and Lady
Worked by Rebecca Green Butler
Connecticut, Circa 1800 to 1810 - SOLD


Antique Embroidery, Silk, Shepherd and Shepherdess, by Rebecca Green Butler, close up view

Silk on silk embroidery worked using a wide variety of stitches. Although the faces are worn the needlework is exquisite.
Dimensions: 16 by 17-inch sight size, add 2.5-inches for frame.
Genealogy available.

903-4 - SOLD


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