Potholder

Collection Type

  • Textiles

Date

ca. 1858

GUSN

GUSN-33185

Description

Round. Side one: quilted with cream and green stripes; silk and silk satin. Side two: cream cotton. Green silk binding. Lavender silk ribbon loop.

Details

Descriptive Terms

potholders
cookware
cotton (textile)
stitching
quilting
satin
silk (textile)
textiles
Cotton
Silk
Satin
Hand Stitched
Quilted
Unidentified Textile
POTHOLDER

Inscription

In black ink on reverse side: The Lord hath made be us/his holy arm in the right of/all the nations; and all the ends/of the earth shall see the revolution/of God; the watchmen shall/see eye to eye with the voice together/shall they sing Keep Sake/for Mifs Mary Hopkins. from/her old friend Ruth Croswell/aged 94 1858

Maker

Croswell, Ruth Pierce, 1764- (Maker)

Object Type

Food Processing T&E

Dimensions

6 (diameter) (inches)

Accession Number

1930.222

Places

Probably New York state (United States)
Probably