Three Needlework Samplers and a Hollow-cut Silhouette
- Sold for:
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2922M
- Date / Time :
- August 14, 2016 10:00AM
Three Needlework Samplers and a Hollow-cut Silhouette, Beverly, Massachusetts, early 19th century, one with twelve lines of alphabet worked in wool threads, a small sampler with two lines of alphabet and two lines of stitched patterns, and a sampler with nine lines of alphabet and numbers, stitched inscription reading: "Hannah Standley [sic] Aged 9 1811" and accompanying hollow-cut silhouette of Hannah Stanley in a black frame, all samplers stitched to cotton backing, (toning, one sampler with hole), ht. to 10 3/8, wd. to 8 in.
Note: According to a note on the back of the silhouette, Hannah Stanley was born June 30, 1802, was married to Captain Jonathan Batchelder, and died April 27, 1882.
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