Antique Sampler, 1834, by Mary Farrall

Dimensions (excluding frame and slip):

14.5ins by 15.5ins wide




USD$ 625

GBP£ 415

Sorted: FRESH


Period: William IV, dated 1834


1834 Sampler by Mary Farrall. Framed in an old wood frame with glass. Fixed to linen with wood backing. The sampler is worked in thread on a canvas ground, in cross stitch throughout. Meandering strawberry border. Colours black, blue, green, brown and cream. Verse reads 'Jesu permit thy gracious name to stand> As the first effort of a female hand> And whilst my fingers on the canvas move> Engage my tender heart to seek thy love'. Signed and dated 'Mary Farrall Aged 10 1834'. A good set of motifs, including a fruit tree with a snake wrapped around the turnk, flowering plants, dogs, fruit baskets, butterflies, hearts, fir tree and birds.

Condition Summary:

Good. Any fading, hole, stain, defect or stitch loss that may be present, is minor and not detracting.

Shipping notes:

Price USD$ - Item dispatched to the USA, from Essex, UK, via Fedex. ETA 1-3 working days. Import taxes/duties: There will be no additional charges to pay.

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