Betsey Telford-Goodwin's Rocky Mountain Quilts 130 York Street York, Maine 03909 207-363-6800

The heyday of Victorian Crazy quilting was circa 1885. However, these quilts were made from 1880 until the late 1890's. Any Crazy quilt containing a date prior to 1879, would most likely indicate a special date from the family's history.

During the height of the Victorian era, homes could not have enough embellishment. Women wholeheartedly threw themselves into decorating every inch of the floors, walls and furniture. The culture of the times was full of symbolism, poetry and romance. Crazy quilting allowed women to display their artistic abilities in needlework, oil painting, and arrangement of embellishments. Silks, silk velvets and chenille, and threads of every hue were used to incorporate names, dates, pictures, and a wide assortment of symbols.

Antique Crazy quilts are judged by design, graphics, level of embellishment and overall condition. We have antique quilts truly astonishing in their level of needlework and graphic impact, and as always, guaranteed to be the very highest quality.

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uf57 Sophisticated Silk Chenille Embroidered Dogwood Flowers and Leaves on a Twig
UF57 Sophisticated Silk Chenille Embroidered Dogwood Flowers and Leaves on a Twig
c.1885
14" x 14" plus 1/2" turned over seams
$135

Created on Brick Red Silk. Perfect for Crazy Quilt or framed as is.



uf58 Oil Painted Water Lilies, Leaves, Buds in Stems
UF58 Oil Painted Water Lilies, Leaves, Buds in Stems
c.1885
10" x 20"
$175

Oil painted on Olive Green silk velvet. An exquisite piece to add to your creation of a Crazy Quilt... or a sophisticated piece of art to frame as is.



uf59 Oil on Silk of Beach Rose Flowers, Leaves on a Branch
UF59 Oil on Silk of Beach Rose Flowers, Leaves on a Branch
c.1885
12" x 18"
$175

On Aquamarine blue silk around 1885. A perfect piece to use as a center medallion on a Crazy Quilt of your making...or perfect to frame for a sophisticated piece ofo art.



uf60 Oil Painted Bouquet of Daisies, Leaves and Stem on Royal Blue Silk Backed with Muslin
UF60 Oil Painted Bouquet of Daisies, Leaves and Stem on Royal Blue Silk Backed with Muslin
c.1885
14" x 14"
$125

A perfect piece for the Crazy quilt you are making, or wonderful to frame. A sophisticated, 120+ year old, oil painting...call for more information.



uf61 Oil Painting on Burgundy Silk Velvet
UF61 Oil Painting on Burgundy Silk Velvet
c.1885
10" x 11"
$55

This little oil painting of Water Lilies, leaves, buds and stems, is backed with flannel. The silk velvet does show some wear, but is still a wonderful little piece of art, either for the Crazy Quilt you are making or to frame as is a little piece of Victorian Art.



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CONND3A Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
54 x 60 inches
New York
$8,500

On a scale of 1 to 10...this Crazy quilt gets a 20!! By this I mean that this perfect condition quilt is one of the finest examples of an 1885 Crazy Quilt that I have ever seen!

Comprised of 20....11" blocks of the most creative and embellished design work that I have ever seen! The love of the artistic creation of the Crazy Quilt started with the World's Fair exhibit of Japanese Screens....the heyday of these quilts is 1885; here is such an artistic masterpiece.

There are fans in each corner, a well cherished symbol of Japan. However, the designs and embellishments are not what one normally sees on these quilts. Let us start with the amazing heavily embellished 4 corner fans! All embroidery work is over the top. I believe that all the work was accomplished by one woman..one very talented and wealthy woman. Quilts are also a study of sociology and history as well as that of women's talents and creativity. The mark of expertise with Crazy quilts is 100 different stitches...this quilt is way, way over that level. We have all the symbols of the Victorian era...animals, plants, children, etc. A pansy that looks so real, an exquisite butterfly with the same level of embellishment for a bird and so much more. One can look at this quilt for hours, as I have done, and still see somthing not seen before. Outlining of different pieces is sometimes stitched with real gold metallic thread. We have an exquisite array of silk velvet, tapestry fabrics, exquisite silks and embellishment "over the top".

The border is that of 5" silk "tab" points that are also exquisitely embellished with a untold number of complicated embroidery designs. There is a large ribbon with "Merry Christmas", children waiting for Santa in front of a decorated fireplace. Could this have been a Christmas gift? Wow..what a present. There is just too much here to describe...please call or email and I am happy to stand in front of the piece and describe it more fully ..or...I am happy to send with free shipping...for your final approval of this museum quality art.





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CONND3 Original Center Medallion Doll Crazy Quilt
c.1890
11 x 11 inches
New England
$525

What a treasure is this little child's silk doll quilt. The little quilt is in its original, very loved, condition. The only exception is the restored binding as the, same color silk, was in shreds! As a rule all of my quilts are in perfect condition. This is an exception as I feel the wear is character of a very loved little doll quilt. Little antique doll quilts can be a passion to collect. Easy to display due to their diminutive size.

A replica of a Center Medallion quilt has been lovingly recreated in the form of a doll's quilt. The center medallion quilt has the prominent center, sides measuring 1-5/8" and here embellished with the letter "T". Was this the initial of her first or last name? From here the pattern goes out in waves. First a Log Cabin design with 1/2" wide Logs. Triangles measuring approximately 1-7/8" x 1-7/8" X 1" are pieced for the next row. Created during the passion for Crazy Quilts, the maker outlined each piece with beautiful embellishing stitching.

With these fabrics I feel that this is a treasured little quilt that must have come from an affluent family.

This quilt can be sent, with free shipping, for your approval.





Q9291 Quilt
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Q9291 Miniature Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
21 x 21 inches
Maine
$925

A perfect miniature Victorian Crazy Quilt is a rare treasure. In all these years I have found only a few original miniature Crazy Quilts..this one is exceptional, as the quilt is finished with a beautiful deep rust color silk velvet backing!

This diminutive quilt shows a wonderful array of 1870's and 1880's silk and silk velvet fabrics. The embellishment of stitchery is perfect even displaying some stitching I have never seen before...Could the creator have designed these herself? There are dozens of perfectly executed embellishment stitches along with the beautiful fabrics. The little quilt is finished off with a silk rope style cording, in a matching deep rust color to the backing, used instead of a conventional binding adding to the sophistication of this piece of art.

Perfect to be displayed either on your wall, in that special small area, or as a centerpiece for your fabulous table.

All quilts are sent with free shipping for your in-home approval.





Q8317 Quilt
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Q8317 Miniature Grandmother's Fans Quilt
c.1890
76 x 76 inches
Pennsylvania
$1,900

This miniature Fan design quilt is graphically wonderful as well as a perfect cuddle quilt. A woolen quilt with a homespun off white woolen blanket backing lends itself to cold days..OR...a wonderful piece of textile art for your wall.

Comprised of 144.... 6-1/4" blocks in the Fan design. Fan designs are so Victorian as is all the beautiful embellishment around each and every piece. The mark of excellence for a Victorian embellished quilt is 100 different stitches. This quilt passes that mark! The embellishment was executed with fine wool yarns.

The pieces making up the fans measure 1/2" by 2-3/4" by 1". There is a black twill tape binding with 1/4" showing in front. The fabrics are just beautiful and of fine quality. The quilt is actually 4 quilts measuring apx. 38" X 38" with each 6-1/4" block being a complete miniature Fan design repeated 144 times.

In unused condition and ready to be sent, with free shipping, for your approval.





Q9287 Quilt
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Q9287 Wool and Wool Challis Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
74 x 74 inches
Maine
$2,200

Muted colors I find very soothing. We have a Victorian Crazy quilt that was created from all muted colors: burgundies, blues, greens both pine and moss, blacks, rusts, bronze, brick color and bordered with a muted woven wool challie. Some blacks and browns are silk velvet. Created in the earlier 9 block formation with exceptionally exquisite and complicated embroidery around each piece and the entire circumference of the muted burgundy border.

Each block measures 22" X 22", the border is 3-3/4" in width which includes a 1/2" separately applied binding in taupe. The backing is a brown plaid cotton flannel just perfect to cuddle under!

A perfect quilt for your bed, comfortable chair or couch ...it is meant to be used and cherished! A truly fabulous quilt!

Please ask for this quilt to be sent, with free shipping, for your final approval. Please feel free to ask for more information.





Victorian Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
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Q9280 Victorian Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
c.1885
53 x 65 inches
New York
$1,500

A rarity is such an elegant Victorian Crazy Quilt that is constructed from Silk Velvet. This heavily embellished quilt is actually three dimensional in many areas.

The center medallion measuring 12" square is embellished with silk chenille threads, resulting in a three dimensional floral arrangement of Peonies in bloom, leaves, buds and stems. The background fabric is silk velvet as is the entire quilt. The borders measure 8" wide which includes a 1-1/4" silk binding. The four corner blocks measuring 7" X 7" are silk with exquisite embellishment. One corner block is embellished with Pansies, one corner block is embellished with daisies constructed from ribbons, one plain block and the forth block are embellished with a tiny delicate Marguerite flower, stems and leaves constructed from silk ribbons and silk thread.

The backing is silk and the quilt is reverse tied. Crazy Quilts are not quilted.

This is one of the very, very few quilts that I will sell that is not perfect as you will notice from the price. Once hung these imperfections are hardly noticed....What does your eye see?



BTG88 Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
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BTG88 Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
c.1885
59 x 69 inches
New England
$1,900

This mostly silk velvet crazy quilt was created in the 1880s. It was made from nine 17" square blocks and three 10" X 17" blocks. There is an outside 4" border of silk velvet with the edge turned over 1/4" with a hand stitched finishing. There is some wear on the edge of the silk velvet which makes me think someone used it..., or that it was folded and somehow became worn on the edge.

The body of the quilt is perfect, with a minimal amount of restoration done by us. There are six Kate Greenway embroidered pieces, and also a backwards S and a cross. The Kate Greenways are absolutely adorable. Most of this crazy quilt is simple, without a lot of embellishment. The embellishing stitches are of varied colors. The colors of this quilt are warm and pleasant. Due to the wear on the corners, I am pricing this quilt at $1900.

What a wonderful piece of textile art for your home. I am happy to send this quilt, with free shipping, for your in home inspection and approval.



CONMP Silk and Silk Velvet Victorian Crazy Quilt
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CONMP Silk and Silk Velvet Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
60 x 60 inches
New York
$5,200

This very sophisticated Victorian crazy quilt was exquisitely created using a deep red silk velvet fabric as a rare or totally original design element. There is a 14-1/2 inch deep red silk velvet sash going from the top left corner to the bottom right corner. Joining the goldenrod embellished sash is 7 inches of the same deep red silk velvet giving us a dramatic border.

Also totally unusual are the two triangular Crazy Quilt sections each measuring 50 X 36 X 36 inches which were created by the diagonal sash. These are comprised of 9 inch silk blocks all heavily embellished with oil paintings, lace, ribbons, gold metallic threads, trims, the initial H, the crane and more. The crane is the Japanese symbol of long life. There are ribbons..one is of a thoroughbred with a woman lovingly feeding her pet while being adoringly watched by her two dogs.

Each silk Crazy Quilt piece has the circumference embellished as well as so much of the interior. The backing is a burgundy color silk with colorful pompoms adorning the reverse ties of this quilt. To me this embellishment shows the pride the artist took in her masterpiece as this extra was usually not seen by others.

Studying quilts is also a study of sociology. The expensive fabrics along with an expensive fabric for the backing tells me that this amazing quilt was created by a member of an affluent family.

This museum quality Victorian Crazy Quilt is ready to be sent, with free shipping, for your in home approval.





UF44 Herringbone Gold Metallic Hand Embellished Table Runner
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UF44 Herringbone Gold Metallic Hand Embellished Table Runner
c.1885
14 x 54+ inches
New York
$750

I can not imagine the hours of work that went in to creating this magnificent table runner. When one looks closely one can see that the base pattern used to create this masterpiece was actually pillow ticking fabric. In previous eras women created their pillows using this fabric. As it is very substancial and has straight lines, it is a perfect fabric to embellish. Each 1/4" row is embellished with one of approximately a dozen different colored embroidery threads.,. Some of these are actually gold metallic thread. Along each row a strip of either gold, silver or bronze metallic thread was carefully stitched in a cross stitch pattern. On each end there was added 7-1/2" of gorgeous teal in a silk velvet. Finishing off each end are a half dozen silk tassels.

I never cease to be amazed at the creativity of so many women to embellish their homes with exquisite handmade textiles. What a perfect basis for a centerpiece on your table throughout the year.

This one of a kind piece, in complete original condition is ready to be sent for your at-home approval with free shipping.





Q8903 Victorian Crazy Quilt
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Q8903 Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1895
64 x 78 inches
Central Pennsylvania
$1,600

If you like red, white and blue...here is an unusual cotton Victorian crazy quilt in an organized format. The creative quilt artist designed this quilt using a conventional block format with sashing, a rarity for a Victorian Crazy quilt. Created from 8 inch blocks and joined with 2-1/2 inch sashing, then connected with 2-1/2 inch squares. The fabrics are a treat to behold...with dazzling 1890's wild designs, bold plaids and very 1880's conversation prints....the fabrics in this quilt will captivate the viewer.
Completely created by hand..hand pieced and hand quilted in a 2-1/2 inch diagonal grid. The 1/4 inch binding is turned over from the back to the front. The backing fabric is a very muted tanish pink and white plaid. The batting is what I would call thick, thus producing a cuddly and graphically wonderful quilt. Perfect for warmth and perfect for your wall :-)
Appears to be unused...ready to be sent for your at-home approval.



Q9220 Center Medallion Victorian Crazy Quilt
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Q9220 Center Medallion Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
52 x 60 inches
New England
$3,200

This rare and exceptional c.1885 Victorian crazy is filled with much of the symbolism of that era. A partial list includes Japanese fans, cranes, a symbol of long life, horseshoes for good luck, owls for wisdom, a staff of wheat for life and a cross for religion. The embroidery and embelishments are outstanding. They include 3D ribbon work, gold metallic thread embellishment around the border and silk chenille work. The Victorian era symbols were so important to Victorian women: flora and fauna and the love of animals. All of these symbols are represented on this quilt. The silk velvet border measures 4” with each corner having a sophisticated 4” block. These corner blocks are usually seen on Amish Quilts, not Victorian Crazy Quilts. Most of the ribbons, chenille and threads are silk. Two sleeves have been hand sewn onto the back short ends making this quilt ready to hang.



Q9053 Victorian Wool Challis Crazy Quilt with over 100 original flora and fauna oil paintings
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Q9053 Victorian Wool Challis Crazy Quilt with over 100 original flora and fauna oil paintings
c. 1890
70 x 82 inches
Cambridge, OH
$3,900

This wool and wool challis crazy quilt is comprised of 42 12”squares. This quilt is one in a million. There are over 100 flora and fauna original oil paintings covering the entire quilt. It’s actually 42 12” square paintings combined to make up one quilt. The embroidery embellishment surrounding the piece is also beautiful. However, the oil paintings superceed the beauty of everything else. Wool challis always was and remains to be a very expensive fabric. It is a combination of wool threads woven with silk threads. It is executed with an artistic and creative vision. The backing is a 19th century pink peony floral on a brown background. Please look at the close-up photos to see some of the amazing paintings.



conlk6 Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt with Native American Symbols
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CONLK6 Signed and Dated Crazy Quilt with Native American Symbols
Dated February 18, 1894
66 x 82 inches
Found in Maine
$1,600

After looking at and researching dozens of Crazy quilts to the best of my ability, I believe that this Maine quilt has definite Native American influence and symbolism. This original piece of art is comprised of 20 blocks, each measuring apx 16” square. A Victorian crazy quilt that is totally unique. There is Native American symbolism thoughout the quilt. This quilt has embroidered names, auld lang syne, staffs of wheat and ears of corn and planted rows in a field. Wonderful colors with wonderful motion and one of a kind. The front fabrics are wool, wool challis, wool silk and heavy cotton. The backing is all wool. This piece would provide great warmth as a quilt on a bed. As a piece of art,on a wall, this quilt would be artistically wonderful and soothing to the eyes. Ready to be sent for your viewing and approval.



QT820 Foundation Pieced Crazy Quilt Top (can be tied)
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QT820 Foundation Pieced Crazy Quilt Top
c. 1935
76 x 78 inches
New England
$525

Happy, happy, happy :-). This is the best way I can describe this quilt top. As a result of the foundation pieceing, this quilt top doesn’t need to be quilted, only tied. The basic block is a 7” crazy quilt diamond. Then 11 plus diamonds are put together to create a strip 75” long. The next step was 14 of these strips sewn together to created this top. The foundation piecing was done by hand. The blocks and strips were then sewn by machine giving you a sturdy piece to work with. No matter what your depression era color scheme is, those colors are going to be on this quilt top. All of the fabrics on this quilt top are unused. It appears that these were scraps left over from whatever this seamstress was making. The two end rows are solid pieces of fabric instead of being pieced in a crazy quilt manner. This creates two borders for the quilt top. This top can be used in any direction. The photo shows the direction that looks (to my eye) the best when hanging. In unused ...unwashed condition...to be sent for your approval..





Q9083 Strip Pieced Cotton Crazy Quilt
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Q9083 Strip Pieced Cotton Crazy Quilt
c.1928
64 x 74 inches
Pennsylvania
$800

This Strip Pieced Cotton Crazy Quilt was executed in a formation of fifty six 9-inch blocks, pieced by hand and tied. The quilt was tied to secure the thick cotton batting inside, as this was made for warmth. Very happy daisy floral whole cloth backing in blue, white, red and pink. The quilt is reversible because of the whole cloth backing. Hand stitched 1-1/4 inch turned over binding from back to front. Professionally hand washed by Betsey and ready to use.



CONMG7 Cotton Velvet Crazy Quilt
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CONMG7 Cotton Velvet Crazy Quilt
c.1910 front, later back
54 x 62 inches
New Jersey
$850

The addition of bright and lively colors is not common in the world of Victorian crazy quilts. There are 56 blocks with apx 7 1/2” sides. The fabrics used are cotton velvets, cotton corduroys and a very few pieces of silk velvet dispersed throughout the quilt. The mustard gold backing was added later and turned over as a binding. The top stitching embellishment has been executed with various colors of cotton floss. The stitching is simple but adds a graphic touch to this unused quilt. This piece can either be used or hung on the wall as vibrant art.



AMC3 Victorian Crazy Quilt
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AMC3 Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
56 x 66 inches
New England
$3,800

Silks and silk velvets were the fabrics of well to do families prior to the 1890’s. This Victorian crazy quilt, having been made in the 1880’s is comprised of wonderfully made silks and silk velvets. The mark of excellence for a v c q is 100 different stitches This quilt not only reaches this, but surpasses the level of embellishment. These quilts were created using the block formation. Created with apx 10 1/2” blocks, the edge of each block being embellished with various stitches. My feeling is that this quilt was made near the ocean as it was embellished with anchors and fish. Other Victorian symbols used include Japanese fans, as a symbol of the origin of these quilts, owls for their wisdom and of course beautifully painted oil and adorned flowers. The silk velvet border appears to have been used prior to the edging of this quilt. Because of its size, this is a wonderful quilt to hang in the home.



Q9070 Silk Velvet Blazing Star
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Q9070 Silk Velvet Blazing Star
c.1885
15 x 31 inches
New Englaand
$1,200 Sale: $850

This wall hanging was created in New England as an ornamental piece for the home and comes complete with the original diminutive hanging hardware. A radiating center star is very difficult to piece. We know a few things about the woman who made this piece. She was affluent, very talented and had a tremendous amount of patience. All hand pieced and hand embellished, this exquisite little quilt can be hung (in either direction) or be placed on a tabletop. All original and in perfect condition.



Q8102 Miniature Silk Victorian Crazy Quilt
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Q8102 Miniature Silk Victorian Crazy Quilt
c.1885
24 x 24 inches
Massachusetts
$950

All silk and silk velvet, this exquisite work includes ribbon work, embroidery, silk chenille and hand paintings. The 2.5" attached hand crocheted lace border can be removed if you choose to do so. This is a complete original miniature quilt, not a fragment.



f323 Cotton Crazy Quilt Foundation Pieced Fragment
F323 Cotton Crazy Quilt Foundation Pieced Fragment
c. 1880
20 x 30 inches
New England
SOLD

Created in individual squares, then sewn together. Original configuration. Great array of 19th century calicoes.



Q8797 Silk Crazy Quilt with Brick Border
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Q8797 Silk Crazy Quilt with Brick Border
c.1885
60 x 76 (152.4 x 193 cm)
NY
$2,900

A fabulous concoction in jewel toned silks, this antique Crazy Quilt shimmers beautifully in the light. A myriad of silks, mostly solids with some intriguing stripes added for special interest, vary in size from 2 inches to 12 in a variety of geometric shapes. The viewer’s eye is truly focused on the gorgeous array of color and form due to the use of herringbone seam embellishment only. The expanse of solid and striped silks becomes, like pieces in a stained glass window, the focal point of this lovely work of art.

Surrounding the inner design is a 1 1/2 inch wide brick border comprised of various silks used in the interior design forming a lovely frame. The inner seam is embellished with embroidered silk stars. A 1/4 inch hand applied wine silk binding finishes the edge. The backing on this quilt is a medium blue cotton twill.

A lovely silk Crazy Quilt in a perfect size for a wall hanging in that special room. Please ask Betsey for more details and to see this quilt on approval in your home.

Q8771 Victorian Silk Crazy Quilt with Burgundy Velvet Border
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Q8771 Victorian Silk Crazy Quilt with Burgundy Velvet Border
c.1885
63 x 64 (160 x 162.6 cm)
PA
$1,500

A lovely example of the Victorian Silk Crazy Quilt whose design is reminiscent of a stained glass window. Each block, or window pane, measures approximately 9 ¼” x 9 ¼” and is filled with solid and patterned silks and silk velvets in clear, bright colors. Finely executed embellishment stitching in various hues of silk floss cover every seam in every possible variation of stitch design. Interior embellishment designs include rings, floral patterns, chains, fruits, and the initial “L” - we presume for the maker.

This lovely quilt is designed in a 6 x 6 array of window panes which gives a nice sense of order within the crazy cutting of the silks. Framing the interior design is a lush, burgundy silk velvet border 3 ½” wide. The backing is a stunning quilted burgundy silk which is pillowcase edged by hand to the front design for an elegant finish. A beautiful, silk velvet creation that would be gorgeous as artwork on a wall or as an accent piece in any room. Remember, our quilts are always sent on approval.

Q8759 Victorian Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
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Q8759 Victorian Silk Velvet Crazy Quilt
c.1885
74 x 74 (188 x 188 cm)
Chester County, PA
$2,900

A gorgeous silk velvet crazy quilt in excellent condition! Both soft and warm, with an amazingly sophisticated feel, this Victorian quilt has a wonderful mix of jewel toned silk velvets which are completely hand embellished in a variation of the double coral stitch using silk floss, and top tied with multi colored silk and cotton flosses. Four main blocks filled with pieces ranging from a tiny ½ x 1 to 13 x 3 inches fill the center of the quilt. Surrounding this is a crazy pieced border approximately 7 inches wide.

The backing is a cozy flannel windowpane plaid in brown, green, blue and yellow. The applied 3/8” binding is a soft blue with red stripes cotton flannel. This beautiful and very elegant piece of textile art would add a touch of warmth and vitality to any room in your home. Remember, our quilts are always sent on approval. This quilt already has sleeves sewn on the back in case you would like to hang it as art on a wall.

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