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Coverlet
JC813110

A mid-nineteenth century, seemless, hand loomed Jacquard Coverlet, red on a white background with a central medallion, pheasants, flowers and a saw tooth pattern along the border, very minor fringe loss, but with no holes, tears, or stains, 82" X 88", not including fringe. Coverlets of the era were woven on hand looms with Jacquard attachments by professional weavers. They were easier to acquire than entirely hand sewn quilts of unique design. Production was mostly in the Middle Atlantic and... Click for details

$450.00





Coverlet
JC813108

An early 19th century hand loomed seemless Jacquard Coverlet, 78" X 88" not including fringe, red on white background, central star medallion and with turkeys, deer and cathedral buildings , excellent original condition with no tears, holes or fading, one small stain on reverse side. In the 19th Century, up until the Civil War Americans liked bright colors and bold patterns in their homes. Coverlets of the era were woven on hand looms with Jacquard attachments by professional weavers. They were... Click for details

$450.00





Planter
813100EA

A unusual wrought iron planter with old paint, in solid condition, late 19th - early 20th century, 13-1/2" H. X 9" dia. at top X 11" dia. at base. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** BX31

$85.00





Coverlet
813109JC

A mid-nineteenth century Hand loomed seemless Jacquard Coverlet, fruit, flowers, eagles at four corners and a central medallion, brown, green and red, probably Pennsylavania origin, 78" X 78" not including fringe, in excellent original condition with no fading, tears, stains or holes. In the 19th Century, up until the Civil War Americans liked bright colors and bold patterns in their homes. Coverlets of the era were woven on hand looms with Jacquard attachments by professional weavers. They were... Click for details

$475.00





Hessian Andirons
8132322TB

Cast iron andirons in the form of Hessian Soldiers, The best-known pattern of early 19th century cast andirons is that of Hessian Soldiers. It is believed that these were inspired by the dislike of the mercenary troops brought here by the British in the American Revolution. Hence, they were being burned in effigy, these are solid cast, not hollowed out in the rear, and unlike any others we have seen, unmarked but most likely American and late 19th or early 20th century, with old paint showing... Click for details

$595.00





Coverlet
813107JC

A mid-nineteenth century Hand loomed seemless Jacquard Coverlet, fruit, flowers, eagles at four corners and a central medallion, brown, green and red, probably Pennsylvania origin, 78" X 78" not including fringe, in excellent original condition with no fading, tears, stains or holes. In the 19th Century, up until the Civil War Americans liked bright colors and bold patterns in their homes. Coverlets of the era were woven on hand looms with Jacquard attachments by professional weavers. They were... Click for details

$475.00



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