Lot 333    

Blue and White Quilt, Goose in the Pond Pattern,
2007 SpringAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, June23
fourth quarter 19th century. A pieced quilt constructed of calico and solid cotton; the seamed back is natural cotton brought around front to form binding. All hand-sewn and quilted in a shell pattern; 70.5" x 74".

Condition:  
Scattered very minor stains on front and back.
Sold: $632.50
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