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Embroidery picture contained in original eglomise frame. Black and white, much in-painting in grey tones. Sarah Cookson Deblois ran a children's school c 1820-1835. She was baptized May 1, 1794, an...


Map of the United States. State borders worked in polychrome chenille, other decorations with water color and ink. Ann Mann was the fourth cousin of Sarah Cookson (Scott) DeBlois (c. 1794-1835), ne...


Wide floral border, two alphabet sequences, two number sequences. Blue house with tree and figures. Cross stitch is used solely. Verse reads, "Seize mortals seize the transient hour, improve each m...


Coat of arms worked in golds, reds, blacks and metallic yarns. Design source is the arms of father of her great- great- grandfather, Richard Scott of Providence, RI. Embroidered over a full size tr...


Long and narrow canopy border or petticoat hem. Flowers and strawberries embroidered in crewel throughout. Worked in flat stitch.


Long format; floral border and patterns; three alphabet sequences; floral center; good verse; stitches: eyelet and queen; verse reads: "It is no wonder that men turn to clay when rocks and stones a...


VERY LONG, FINE WORK, FINE WEAVE, MANY DECORATIVE, STYLIZED FLORAL PATTERNS IN PASTEL COLORS.


Square ooden frame with coloring fading to the outside, light to dark. Good colored rope detailing about the inside edge of the frame. Hunter green background fabric embroidered details in four cor...

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