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Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand

Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand

Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand    Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand

Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand. 1810 Sampler by Elizabeth Sand. Framed in an old wood frame with gilt slip and glass. Mounted on acid free card with chipboard backing. The sampler is worked in silk on canvas ground, in cross stitch throughout.

Colours green, cream, gold, brown and blue. Signed and dated'Elizabeth Sand 1810'. A good set of motifs, including a house with a garden, birds, potted flowering plants, stags, fruit baskets, sheep, a lion and butterflies.

Quality Items At Fair Prices. 16ins by 16.25ins wide. No stains other than uniform age darkening of the ground.

Stitch losses to the border. Colours are slightly faded, but still well defined. Our small team is based in Essex, UK and Georgia, USA. Madelena is a member of LAPADA, the largest trade association for professional art & antiques dealers in the UK. We are dedicated to providing you with a safe, simple, trusted and enjoyable antiques shopping experience.

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This is our Satisfaction Guarantee. We recommend that you keep the original packing materials we have used, until you are sure you will not be returning the piece to us. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution. The item "Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand" is in sale since Thursday, July 20, 2017.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Fabric/Textiles\Samplers". The seller is "madelena2" and is located in Wickford. This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, United States, Canada, Australia.
Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand    Antique Sampler, 1810, by Elizabeth Sand