Four block eagle quilt (1840-1870) on the left
at Julie Silber Quilts booth
One good reason to attend the American Quilt Study Group Seminar, no matter where it is, is the Quilt Dealers Area. The best dealers in antique quilts from all over the U.S. show their stuff.
Kathy Metallica Cray and Julie Silber.
Julie's from Berkeley, California
A very interesting coxcomb and birds quilt (1840-1890)
that went in the first half hour.
Legacy Quilts, Xenia Cord from Indiana
Gerald Roy of Pilgrim & Roy from Vermont
with the famous Ninety and Nine Quilt from the 1930s behind him.
An 1848 New Jersey quilt from his booth
Julia Kelly Hodenius from Atlanta featured
a unique Georgia quilt with tombstones among the circles.
Is that a Portuguese blue stripe on the table? I didn't even notice it
till I posted the photo.
Here's a pile o' toile from her Pique Trouver shop
Nancy Hahn from Country Things brought her Portuguese stripe.
Jane Lury from Labors of Love
Jane & David had lots of cut-out chintz
Stella Rubin from Maryland on the right
Cindy Rennels on the right from Oklahoma
with a couple of Southern beauties below.
A Carolina sundew top from 1870-1900
Whig's Defeat with a chintz border
There were hundreds of quilts to see...
And then in a flash they were gone.