American Federal Style Eagle and Flag Emboidery

(#GRS233)

American (19th Cent) Federal style quilted silk embroidery of an eagle with a stars-and-stripes shield and flags with the motto: "e pluribus unum" in a wood frame.
Item #
GRS233
Category
Art
Cleared Art
Tapestries/Embroidery
Style
American Federal
Color
Gray, Red, Blue
Dimensions (in)
Width:24.5"
Height:19.0"
Price:

In Stock

American Federal Style Eagle and Flag Emboidery

Price

#GRS233

In Stock

American (19th Cent) Federal style quilted silk embroidery of an eagle with a stars-and-stripes shield and flags with the motto: "e pluribus unum" in a wood frame.
Item #
GRS233
Category
Art
Cleared Art
Tapestries/Embroidery
Style
American Federal
Color
Gray, Red, Blue
Dimensions (in)
Width:24.5"
Height:19.0"

American Federal Style Eagle and Flag Emboidery (#GRS233)

Price:

In Stock

American (19th Cent) Federal style quilted silk embroidery of an eagle with a stars-and-stripes shield and flags with the motto: "e pluribus unum" in a wood frame.
Item #
GRS233
Dimensions (in)
Width:
24.5"
Height:
19.0"
Style
American Federal
Color
Gray, Red, Blue
Federal

Federal

An American period 1780-1830 influenced by English Adam, Sheraton, Regency, Hepplewhite, French Directoire, and Empire. Mahogany was used extensively but cherry, pine, and maple were also used. The most common ornament on this period of furniture was the eagle.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Decorative needlework, worked on fabric by hand or machine with a silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

Federal

Federal

An American period 1780-1830 influenced by English Adam, Sheraton, Regency, Hepplewhite, French Directoire, and Empire. Mahogany was used extensively but cherry, pine, and maple were also used. The most common ornament on this period of furniture was the eagle.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Decorative needlework, worked on fabric by hand or machine with a silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

Federal

Federal

An American period 1780-1830 influenced by English Adam, Sheraton, Regency, Hepplewhite, French Directoire, and Empire. Mahogany was used extensively but cherry, pine, and maple were also used. The most common ornament on this period of furniture was the eagle.

Embroidery

Embroidery

Decorative needlework, worked on fabric by hand or machine with a silk, cotton, wool, rayon, or metal thread.

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