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An American hooked rug called "The Fruits of Industry" c.1925

An American hooked rug called "The Fruits of Industry" c.1925

19th Century Charming Free Hand  Graphic Design Hooked Rug

Century Charming Free Hand Graphic Design Hooked Rug, Wool on burlap century. Hooked Rug in original colors. Some slight fading & repairs, but very unusual design.

Quilt by former slave, Harriet Powers. One of our country's most famous examples of true folk art at its finest.

Pictorial Quilt 1898 Quilter --Harriet Powers Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Massachusetts

American hooked rug, 19th c., depicting two stags beneath a stylized floral tree, 42 1/2" h., 36" w.

American hooked rug, c., depicting two stags beneath a stylized floral tree, 42 h.

Bonhams 1793 : An American wool hooked rug: The Rivals

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Made in United States, North and Central America  Late 19th to early 20th century    Artist/maker unknown, American    Wool yarn loops hooked through plain weave bast fiber; woven cotton binding.  35 1/2 x 54 3/4 inches (90.2 x 139.1 cm)

Hooked Rug Artist/maker unknown, American Geography: Made in United States, North and Central America Date: Late - early century Medium: Wool yarn loops hooked through plain weave bast fiber; Dimensions: 35 x 54 inches x cm)

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