Quilt No.841AG - Annette Gero

Annette Gero
Owner: 
Annette Gero
Location: 
NSW Sydney
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
ENGLAND?
Date: 
1851 - 1880
Description: 
Hand pieced frame quilt with centre frame of hexagons and radiating borders of cotton and chintz. There is a heart at each of the 4 corners on the second border. It is hand quilted. There is no padding.
1900 x 1900mm
History: 

The quilt is thouight to probably date to c.1880. It was found in Sydney. It is now in the collection of Annette Gero.

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