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American Album Quilt Oven Mitt and Pot Holder

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Price: $29.95
Member Price: $26.95

Item# 80-020414 







Description

Our charming oven mitt and pot holder show details from a nineteenth-century album quilt (ca. 1860) in the Museums collection. Made by members of the First Reformed Churches of Fishkill and Hopewell, New York, the original quilt has a white cotton ground with cheery designs appliqud in red and accented in blue-green and green.

Polyester fill.

Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L.
Pot holder: 8'' x 8''.

  • Polyester fill

  • Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L
  • Pot holder: 8'' x 8''

Art History

During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, American women of all social strata made quilts and coverlets. Album quilts were extremely popular in the mid- nineteenth century and were made in every part of the United States. They often commemorated an event such as a birth, marriage, retirement, or leave-taking.

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Description

Our charming oven mitt and pot holder show details from a nineteenth-century album quilt (ca. 1860) in the Museums collection. Made by members of the First Reformed Churches of Fishkill and Hopewell, New York, the original quilt has a white cotton ground with cheery designs appliqud in red and accented in blue-green and green.

Polyester fill.

Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L.
Pot holder: 8'' x 8''.





  • Polyester fill

  • Oven mitt: 13 1/4''L
  • Pot holder: 8'' x 8''




Art History

During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, American women of all social strata made quilts and coverlets. Album quilts were extremely popular in the mid- nineteenth century and were made in every part of the United States. They often commemorated an event such as a birth, marriage, retirement, or leave-taking.


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