Dresden Plate Quilt

#1007062

$395.00

A Dresden Plate pattern quilt from the 1930's. It is machine pieced and appliqued. Each block is 17" square. The fabrics are a representation of 1910 to 1930's fabrics including printed feedsacks. The backing of the blocks and the quilt is unbleached muslin. It has a cotton batting. The laterals are 3.5" wide and the border on each side is 7" wide. It has excellent hand quilting with 12 stitches per inch. This quilt has never been used or washed as the original pencil quilting lines are still visible by the quilting on the fabrics. It is in excellent condition with the exception of a few small spots in the top left square.

Dimensions: 73.00 x 87.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Cotton Sateen Crazy Quilt

#31021411

$250.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

An excellent Crazy quilt made of cotton sateen fabrics from 1900 to 1920's.  It is hand pieced and hand quilted with 10 stitches per inch in a clam shell pattern and beautiful feather stitching on the pieces.  It has a cotton batting and a teal cotton backing.   It is mainly plain sateen fabrics but does have 2 pieces of a floral sateen fabric and 1 piece of a silk and cotton fabric.  The navy silk and cotton fabric piece has shattered and needs to be replaced.  It is in very good condition with no fading or stains, but there are a few light colored pieces that have some slight discoloration from age. This is one of several quilts obtained from a quilt collection in Kentucky.

Dimensions: 64.00 x 77.00”

Condition: very good

Material: 100% cotton fabric

Embroidered Floral Quilt

#2303145

$275.00

 

A 1920's to 1930's hand embroidered floral pattern quilt with no fading, wear or damages.  It is hand embroidered and hand quilted with 10 stitches per inch and has a cotton batting. 

Dimensions: 77.00 x 77.00”

Condition: very good

Material: 100% cotton fabric

Grandmother's Flower Garden Quilt

#2303144

$350.00

 

A 1930's Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern quilt in excellent condition with no fading, wear or damages.  It is completely hand pieced and excellent hand quilting with 18 stitches per inch.  The hexagon blocks making up the pattern have been hand appliqued onto the green background fabric making this a different variation of the normal Flower Garden quilt.

Dimensions: 69.00 x 87.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton fabric

Pinwheel Quilt

#2303143

$300.00

A 1950's Pinwheel pattern quilt in excellent condition with no fading, wear or damages.  It is completely hand pieced and hand quilted with 10 - 12 stitches per inch.  Each block is 6" in size.  It appears to have been made of scrap fabrics from the 1940's into the 1950's. 

Dimensions: 74.00 x 91.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton fabric

Hexagon Quilt Star   

#1908122                                                                                   

$375.00

 

A marvelous 1940's Hexagon Star Quilt.   It is completely hand pieced and hand quilted with 12 - 14 stitches per inch.  The blocks are 13" square and the laterals are 2.5" wide.  The body and backing fabric are white 100% cotton and it has a cotton batting.  It is in excellent condition with no wear, fading or stains. 

Dimensions: 64.00 x 84.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Grandmothers Fan Quilt

#1908121

$395.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A marvelous 1940's Grandmothers Fan Quilt.   It is completely hand pieced and hand quilted with 12 - 14 stitches per inch.  The blocks are 10.5" square.  The body and backing fabric are white 100% cotton and it has a cotton batting.  It is in excellent condition with no wear, fading or stains. 

Reference #1908121

Year: 1940’s

Dimensions:  66.00 x 76.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Square In A Square Quilt

#22081112

$395.00

This is a Square in a Square pattern quilt from the 1900's made with 100% cotton fabrics from the 1880's to the 1900's period. It is completely hand pieced and hand quilted. It has a cotton batting and a brown dot backing fabric. It is in excellent condition but does have three small tears to one brown square directly in the center of the quilt where it folds. The backing fabric has 2 small stains and also has a patch of 5.75" x 10.75" in size at one edge. This quilt was obtained from the estate of a lady in southeastern Wisconsin who was an avid quilter and also collected antique quilts. We have a total of 5 antique quilts available for sale from the portion of her collection that the was not retained by the family.

Reference #22081112

Year: 1880-1900's

Dimensions: 72.00 x 76.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% Cotton

Nine Patch Quilt

#1904093

$395.00

A wonderful 1880's nine patch done in the calico fabrics of the period with a double pink 5" border and a muslin backing. It is hand pieced and hand quilted in 1" rows. There are 18 to 20 stitches per inch quilting. Each piece is 2.25" square in the nine patch blocks. The plain pieces in the blocks are a medium pink. It has no stains, or wear or tears. There is one spot at the edge of the quilt that has some slight discoloration or fading in a 3" x 4" area on the top or bottom of the quilt about 24" in from one edge. It is very slight and faint and did not show up in the pictures to show it.

 

Reference : #1904093

Year: 1880's

Dimensions: 64.00 x 84.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% Cotton

Improved Nine Patch Quilt

#1307087

$695.00

An Improved 9 Patch variation within a circle quilt from the 1930's and 1940's era. It has a cotton batting and a muslin batting and gold colored binding. It is in excellent condition with only 2 minor age stains.  It is completely hand pieced and hand quilted with 16 stitches per inch.

Reference #1307087

Year: 1930-40's

Dimensions: 72.00 x 92.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Rolling Star Quilt

#1808081

$450.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A beautiful 1940's Rolling Star pattern quilt. It is hand pieced and hand quilted with excellent 20 stitches per inch. The 6" border is attached by machine stitching. Each star measures 10" across. It has a cotton batting and the same white background fabric for a backing. It has a light yellow binding that is hand sewn. It is in excellent condition with very little use and has no wear or stains.

Reference #1808081

Year: 1940's

Dimensions: 64.00 x 78.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Grandmothers Fan Quilt

#24064576

$725.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a Grandmother's Fan pattern quilt from the 1930's. It measures 66 x 84". It has muslin for the front onto which the fans have been appliqued. The batting is all cotton. The back is a solid pink like the pink in the base of many of the fans. It is hand pieced and hand quilted with 14 stitches per inch. It is in excellent condition with no fading or tears but there is one block that has a small age stain. The colors in the fabrics are clear and bright. The calicos appear to be mostly old feed sack fabrics that were used for anything from clothing to quilts. A truly marvelous old quilt.

Reference #: 24064576

Year: 1920's

Dimensions: 66.00 x 84.00

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Red and Blue Triangles - Double Sided Quilt

#1004065

$300.00

This scrap quilt is done in various red and blue calicos from the 1970's and early 1980. It was completed in 1987 as this is embroidered on the back edge of one side of this quilt along with the name Dot. This was made by Dorothy Brandenburg of Slinger, WI. She and her husband owned and operated the hotel in Slinger, WI. Each block of 4 triangles is 5.5" square. Each block is hand pieced and also hand quilted at 10 stitches per inch. There are 3 rows of quilting in each of the triangles making up this quilt. This is a very unusual quilt since it is "double sided". Each block is identical on both sides making this a double sided quilt. This quilt is almost the same as another made by Dorothy in 1981 which is listed under item #1004066. The difference between the two is that this one is pieced with the bases of the triangles red to blue and then blue to red to make a scrap pattern. The other quilt is also double sided but the triangles are pieced blue to blue and red to red creating a series of blue and red squares set on the diagonal. The sides of each quilt are done in a series of red calico triangles. There are no stains or wear. It appears to have never been used.

Reference: 1004065

Year: 1987

Dimensions: 77.00 x 96.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Blue and Red Triangles - Doubled Sided Quilt

#1004066

$300.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This scrap quilt is done in various red and blue calicos from the 1970's and early 1980. It was completed in 1981 as this is embroidered on the back edge of one side of this quilt along with the name Dot. This was made by Dorothy Brandenburg of Slinger, WI. She and her husband owned and operated the hotel in Slinger, WI. Each block of 4 triangles is 5.5" square. Each block is hand pieced and also hand quilted at 10 stitches per inch. There are 3 rows of quilting in each of the triangles making up this quilt. This is a very unusual quilt since it is "double sided". Each block is identical on both sides making this a double sided quilt. This quilt is almost the same as another made by Dorothy in 1987 which is listed under item #1004065. The difference between the two is that this one is pieced with the bases of the triangles red to red and then blue to blue creating a series of blue and red squares set on the diagonal. The other quilt is also double sided but the triangles are pieced red to blue and blue to red creating a scrap pattern. The sides of each quilt are done in a series of red calico triangles. There are no stains or wear. It appears to have never been used.

Reference: 1004066

Year: 1981

Dimensions: 77.00 x 96.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

Blue and White Triangles - Double Sided Quilt

#1004067

$300.00

This scrap quilt is done in two blue and white calicos from the 1980's. This was made by Dorothy Brandenburg of Slinger, WI. She and her husband owned and operated the hotel in Slinger, WI. Each block of 4 triangles is 4" square. Each block is hand pieced and also hand quilted at 10 stitches per inch. There are 2 rows of quilting in each of the triangles making up this quilt. This is a very unusual quilt since it is "double sided". Each block is identical on both sides making this a double sided quilt. The bases of the triangles are pieced blue to blue and white to white creating a series of blue and white squares set on the diagonal. The edges of each side of each quilt are done in a series of the same blue calico triangles. There are no stains or wear. It appears to have never been used.

 

Reference: 1004067

Year: 1980

Dimensions: 72.00 x 94.00”

Condition: excellent

Material: 100% cotton

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