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ELIZABETH TICE (1810)

ELIZABETH TICE (1810)Elizabeth's delightful sampler is of British origin. Samplers and needlework pictures of a lady fishing a pastoral setting were a well known subject in the late 1700's and early 1800's and as a group became known as "the fishing lady". Our sampler has the lady seated in a flowering arbour and she's caught a fish from the pond at her feet. She's surrounded by various animals, birds and insects. A tent is to her right and a bird in a cage hangs from a branch. A verse on creation is enclosed in a lovely border. Worked in mainly cross stitch with some free hand stitching for the leaves.

Size: Finished Size: 14.5" x 17" (37cm x 43cm) on 40 count (16 thr/cm) on dyed linen.
Thread Count: 16.5" x 20.5" (42cm x 52cm) on 35 count (14 thr/cm) on dyed linen.
Colour:
Recommended Level: Intermediate
Cost: Kit: Cotton - $69.00.00 Silk - $99.00 Chart - $15.00
Categories: 19th Century English
ID: 172

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