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miniature sample 2" by 2" square

Elizabeth Searles 1701- This recently rediscovered sampler belongs to a group of ten outstanding samplers worked under the instruction of Judith Hayle of Ipswich, England, between 1691 and 1704

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Rare Needlework Sampler, signed Margaret Palfrey, Boston, Massachusetts, Dated 1739

This beautiful band sampler is reproduced from the Burrell Collection in Glasgow. An almost identical band sampler dated 1667 is privately owned. Jane would have been an accomplished needlewoman to have worked this band sampler and would have completed several others before this one

Small Quaker sampler - featuring a white swan and full alphabet. Stunning.

Band Sampler, English, Elizabeth Short, 1661

Fanny Smith, Aug 23 AD 1797 in the 14th year of her age. Elaborate execution

Quaker Bluebird Sampler - Willow Hill Samplings

English Darning Sampler Needlework Picture C 1780-1820

ACKWORTH SCHOOL SAMPLERS WORKED BY HANNAH HICKS AND HER DAUGHTER RACHEL WILSON English, dated 1790 and 1818 Samplers made by young girls at the Ackworth School, a Quaker institution in Yorkshire, England, form a distinctive group of samplers worked from the late eighteenth century when the school was founded through the middle of the following century. Hannah Hicks and her daughter, Rachel Wilson, were Ackworth pupils twenty-eight years apart. In their needlework are embroidered motifs that


Amager, Denmark 1799


It was madeby Hannah Arkell of St. Joseph County, Ontario, Canada, who was born in 1819 and died in St. Joseph County at age 94 on January 7, 1913.