Object Place: Pennsylvania, United States
154 x 39 cm (60 5/8 x 15 3/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Linen with linen embroidery, drawnwork and self fringe
Not On View
White linen ground divided into squares or rectangles; embroidered with white, blue, red and a little green and brown in cross and drawnwork stitches; at top, turned over edge with fringed warps; in order from top to bottom; narrow band of herringbone, broad band with stars and central flowering plant with perching birds springing from crown, Polly Kaufman, 1826, two composite lozenges flanking cock perching on flowering plant, three geometric forms based on lozenge and square; two bands of warp fringe (piece of linen added), one band of tassels, deep section of squares alternating drawn work in geometric forms and cross stitch in highly conventionalized plant forms and one geometric form; three rows of warp fringe at bottom.
Special Textile Fund