c1550s_Portrait of a Noblewoman Unknown artist - Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
* Swedish Beiderwand Panel, c. 1690 double-woven cloth consisting of two layers of tabby weave joined only along the edges of the pattern.
Schleswig-Holstein, Denmark Dated 1697 Beiderwand woven panel of green wool and ivory linen with a religious pattern of "The Good Samaritan".
83: A pair of Beiderwand panels, German, late 17th - 18 : Lot 83
Sampler, 1821. Medium: silk embroidery on wool foundation Technique: embroidered in counted cross, satin, eye, stem and running stitches on plain weave foundation.
Phebe Wood, Danvers, Massachusette, 1796. Worked in brilliantly colored silk stitches on a linen ground, with all-over stitching in the borders centering bands of alphabets and a verse. sold for $53,125
Needlework sampler dated June 4,1799, by Lydia Richardson, 11 y.o., Salem, MA from Stephen & Carol Huber
Alice Mather included a scenic panel with the unusual addition of a floral chintz border. The stitched black background appeared in Norwich in the 1760s, as did a Greek key pattern. The blue house is found on earlier Norwich canvaswork and the same verse (Proverbs31:10) is found on a sampler worked by Naby Lord of Norwich in 1765.The reclining shepherdess was popular on canvaswork in Boston and the palm tree characteristic of later work from the Misses Pattens' school in Hartford.