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Double Wedding Ring Quilt

Woodard & Greenstein

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Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt
Double Wedding Ring  Quilt

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Country of Origin:
86" L x 68" W
other; hand-wash with care

Why We Love This

Vintage double wedding ring quilt, circa 1925. Pieced of colorful period prints, this pattern was challenging to the maker. Intricate, curvilinear piecework is complicated by the need to maintain a constant eye on harmonious color arrangement. "4-Patch" squares of solid pink and green connect the rings, which are filled with fine "follow-the-pattern" quilt stitchery. The perfect wedding gift then and now.
As described by Woodard & Greenstein

About Woodard & Greenstein

Woodard & Greenstein's New York City Gallery houses their antiques collection of rare 19th and early 20th Century quilts, country furnishings, and unique Americana. Authors of three books on antique textiles, Blanche Greenstein and Thos. K. Woodard specialize in American patchwork and applique quilts, woven and hooked rugs. Also found in their collection are fine examples of painted country furniture, political bandanas, paintings, pottery, and American folk art.