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Quilt..hexiequilt. date:19th century..England,, fabric from 1790 to 1820...

British Quilt - met museum of art The number of differently patterned printed cottons used in this quilt top, ranging in date from the to the

The Sēnmurw Silk Object: Woven silk Place of origin: Iran (possibly)  Central Asia (possibly, made) Date: 7th century to 8th century  Materials and Techniques: weft-faced compound silk twill, one repeat Museum number: 8579-1863 | V&A

The Sēnmurw Silk (Woven silk)

The Sēnmurw Silk Object: Woven silk Place of origin: Iran (possibly) Central Asia (possibly, made) Date: century to century Materials and Techniques: weft-faced compound silk twill, one repeat Museum number:

I bought this off my friend,Ethel.Ethel made it in a class with Sue Cody....Appliqué Coverlet.

I bought this off my friend,Ethel.Ethel made it in a class with Sue Cody. From the collection of Lisa Egan

Diamond Field quilt, maker unknown, probably made in New England, circa 1830-1850, 124 x 106 in, IQSCM 2006.043.0074

Diamond Field Quilt Maker unknown Probably made in New England Circa 1830 - 1850 x Chintz border and Turkey red prints, fussy cut patches.

A very large early 19th century cotton chintz patchwork quilt

A very large early century cotton chintz patchwork quilt. Featuring a Mariner's Compass and star centre surrounded by a deep border of hexagons, smaller Mariner's Compasses and diamonds,

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