A double sided pinball comprised of velvet ground with decorative silk embroidery. Made by Lucina S. Schultz (1875-1892), as a young girl. She died at only seventeen years old. Lucina was the daughter of Joel S. (1832-1900) and Sarah K. (Schultz) Schultz (1836-1920), of East Greenville, Montgomery County.
1770-1800 double sided pinball, silk ground with silk embroidery. One side consists of a peach queen-stitched ground with four strawberry motifs in green and orange. reverse side consists of a brown ground with cross design flanked by four small floral motifs in orange, yellow, pink, green and brown. Encircling the 8" circ. seam is a 1/2” wide light pink ribbon with cream silk herringbone embroidery.