Three Mennonite Quilts
- Sold for:
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 3023T
- Date / Time :
- August 04, 2017 12:00PM
Three Mennonite Quilts, Waterloo County, Ontario, c. 1890-1950, a "Four Path" pattern quilt composed of blue and rose blocks, separated by a white diamond grid within a red printed cloth border; a quilt composed of blue and white spiral-form blocks; and a quilt composed of stylized stars on a black background, lg. to 85, wd. to 73 in.
Note: The "Four Patch" pattern quilt and the stylized star quilts were made by the grandmother of Leonard Bauman, Wallenstein, Waterloo County, Ontario; and the blue and white spiral quilt was made near Glenallan, and was acquired from the family of Joseph D.M. Martin.
Blue and white spiral quilt has light soiling; red bordered quilt has light soiling and a few small spots; the black quilt appears to be in good overall condition.
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