9th Feb, 2024 10:30 GMT/BST

Costume, Accessories & Textiles

 
  Lot 2079
 

2079

Late 19th Century Patchwork Quilt, comprising different coloured pyramid blocks created by smaller triangular shapes, in a variety of striped and checked cotton fabrics, alternated with white cotton, backed with pink and green printed white cotton, diamond hand quilting, 148cm by 196cm

Sold for £110
Estimated at £120 - £180


 

Some slight fading/discolouration to the front, some staining to the reverse and a patched repair to one corner, front and back

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Auction: Costume, Accessories & Textiles, 9th Feb, 2024

A host of beautiful 18th and 19th century costume and accessories redolent of the English Country House will go under the hammer in the Costume, Accessories and Textiles Sale on 9th February, including a rare set of 19th century men's livery uniforms, a group of parasols which once belonged to Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood and daughter of George V, 18th century silk shoes and dresses, a 1930s lady's motoring outfit and a carved knitting stick inscribed 'Rudding Park', the fine Georgian manor on the outskirts of Harrogate.

Also of note in the sale is a circa 1911 Steiff teddy bear, and a good collection of Lace from a Private Collection, which includes fine examples of Late 19th Century Irish Youghal Needle Lace, Late 19th Century Swiss Whitework Lace, and Early 20th Century Honiton Lace.

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Tuesday 6 February - Wednesday 7 February 10am-4pm, Thursday 8 February 10am-5pm and morning of sale from 7.30am

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