Wethersfield, CT needlework sampler worked by a 14 year old in c.1818
Note the "one horse roadster", that's really is what they called it, on the bridge and the early steam
Wethersfield, Connecticut circa 1818
Antique needlework sampler
Wethersfield, CT samplers are often embellished with townscapes, and flowered garlands suspended by an eagle
and bowknots surrounding a family record. This stunning example is exceptional with the large beautifully designed
and executed scenic panel at the bottom complete with a "one house roadster" on the bridge, that's really
what they called it, and a very early steam powered boat. The original frame is highly developed and it retains
its wonderful original glass.
Celia Talcott (1804-1886) was the daughter of Wethersfield druggist William Talcott and Amelia Hanmer. She married
Illustrated in Girlhood Embroidery volume 1, fig.265 by Betty Ring
Silk, paint, and painted paper on linen; 21 ½ x 27 ½ inches.
STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER
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