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Stephen & Carol Huber Antique Samplers

Hubers@AntiqueSamplers.com - 860-388-6809

Antique needlework canvaswork pictures
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Parrot in Tree
Canvaswork Picture
Boston, MA c.1750

Huber -  Bluebird c.1750 canvaswork
Canvaswork Picture
Bluebird and Woodpecker
Massachusetts c.1750

 Lee family   Virginia - Huber
Lee Family
Canvaswork Picture
Virginia mid-18th century


Huber - Canvaswork flowers c.1750
Canvaswork Picture
Vase of flowers
Probably American c.1750

 tent stitch tree of life from Huber
(It's all about love)
Tree of Life Courting Scene
English canvaswork c.1700
 

 needlepoint picture c.1750 from Huber
Seated Lady
Probably English c.1750
 


(The below sold items are a pleasure to browse through even though they're no longer available.)

 canvaswork tent stitch
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Reclining lady
England c.1750
tent stitch needlework

Boston tent stitch - Huber
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Tent stitch needlework picture Boston c.1760

 canvas work
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Floral canvaswork picture
circa 1775
 Antique needlepoint tentstitch


 

 Huber - canvaswork flowers mid-18th century
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Canvaswork Picture
Vase of flowers
American or English c.1780

Antique needlework tentstitch pole screen Boston from Huber
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Margaret Hammond
Boston, MA dated 1775
Antique needlework tentstitch pole screen
 

 
 


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Shepherd and Shepherdess
Courting Scene c.1770
Probably Boston, MA

 Huber - Coat-of-Arms -? Boston, MA
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Probably Boston, MA c.1740
Coat of Arms

Boston Fishing Lady - Huber
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Fishing Lady
Boston, Massachusetts c.1760
Descended in the Murdock family.
 

 

 

Canvaswork pictures: This category refers to a well known group of needlework pictures or needlepoint pictures, executed in "tent" stitch, predominately made in the mid 18th century in Philadelphia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, the Boston area, and in England. They often depict a shepherd and shepherdess or a hunt scene with a pastoral background. They vary in size from about 4" x 6" to massive and impressive works of art referred to as "over mantles" that can be 2 feet high and 5 feet wide. This type of needlework folk art is some of the most highly prized and aggressively collected antique needlework on the market today.

STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER

(860) 388-6809